Discussion in 'Gaming' started by Greentrident, 11 Jun 2015.
The sales seems rather disappointing.
Depends on what you already own!
I've picked up Witcher 2 for £2.24, all three in the Bioshock series for £5.99 and Lords of the Fallen for £11.99!
Tempted by Total War: Attila, but I've all these games to finish yet!
Yep I have cash to waste
spend but little to spend it on this sale.
Works out well for me because I'm skint but it would still be nice to pick up a few bargains for a rainy day.
I picked up some good bargins, but it is always worth checking the sale prices against the prices on kinguin. Managed to get a game for 79p on kinguin that was several pounds in the steam 'sale'.
Every now and then a little gem. The Talos Principle.
Steam don't even seem to be matching there own previous sales prices, generally I'm disappointed in this sale so far compared to the last couple years.
So Far I have bought via sales.
Among the Sleep.
Metal Gear Solid V.
The Vanishing of Ethan Carter
Sir, you are being hunted.
The Talos Principle. If you are a Portal fan then this will really please you fantastic game and from the Company who Made Serious Sam The First Encounter the first game I played on the PC.
Indiana Jones and the Emperors Tomb.
Legend of Grimrock 2
All told the cost has been a little over 30 quid, so pretty good.
The temptation is too much, I keep hovering over Project cars and so tempted, but playing Dirt rally at present.
Is Project cars worth it if I already have Dirt rally?
So far I have purchased the Metro redux collection for £6.79, I already own the original 2 that were in a past Steam sale.
Project cars is a great driving sim but make no mistake on the higher difficulties that's what it is a sim game. On easy or with full driver aids it's pretty arcade style once you remove them becomes a lot more fun and challenging.
Just looked through the encore and saw nothing interesting so my list this summer is as follows:
Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes
Saints Row 4 GOTC
The Stanley Parable
This War Of Mine
Wolfenstein: The New Order
I was hoping to pick up Dying Light but the discount was minimal just like most stuff this year.
Castle Crahsers - $1.50
Battleblock Theater - $1.50
First Person Puzzle
Stanley Parable - $3.74
Antichamber - $4.99
Point and Click Adventure
Gram Fandango Remastered - $7.49
Goat Simulator - $2.50
Garry's Mod - $4.99
I can say I owned and played all these games before the sale. If you're into any of these genres I can tell you that these games are awesome and totally worth the money. Buy them!
Kinda disappointed with the sale tbh, that said i did pick up the following, in no particular order -
Deus Ex: the Fall
Just reinstalled Battlefront 2 and modern warfare from disk but just come to reinstall world at war and disk is redundant even after clean. Another one in the sale CODWAW.
I had already reinstalled from disk it at the start of the year but after installing windows 10 I decided to install the latest Ubuntu as well which ended disastrously.
So far I have got
Borderlands the pre sequel
Left for dead 2
Project cars - gifted to alfizzle
Bit of a c*** sale to be honest. I bought Telltale Games' Game of Thrones, Crusader Kings II and Max Payne 3, but was hoping for a bigger discount on GTA V.
Added arma 2, grid and payday 2
Nice cheap sale for me, only bought Banished for £3.74
Also sold an item for Warframe for £1, so really only spent £2.74,
$13.59 - Talos Principle:
$3.74 - FRACT OSC:
$7.49 - Grim Fandango Remastered:
$19.99 - Cities: Skylines:
$3.74 - Valiant Hearts: The Great War:
$3.74 - Octodad: Dadliest Catch:
You got me again, Valve! So far Cities: Skylines has been fun. I'm especially looking forward to FRACT OSC and Talos Principle as well.
I did sell $5 worth of trading cards during the sale, so that's an extra 10% discount.
Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood
The Long Dark
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