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Zeno Clash currently free on OnLive with promo code

Have you tried OnLive, the service that lets you buy or rent games and stream them to practically any device? Would you like to?

OnLive is running a promotion that will net you free access to Zeno Clash. Just start the process to buy the game, and use one of the following promo codes when the proper field appears: NDFREEUS if you live in the US, NDFREEUK if you live in the UK, or NDFREEBE if you live in Belgium. It's not really clear why Belgium has its own code, but there you go.

Once the deal's page on OnLive's Facebook gets 1000 shares, they'll put a mysterious second game up for free next week as well. It's currently at 800 shares, so check back.

Reported by Rhody Tobin



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