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It's Summer Sale time over at Amazon.com|
Quite a bit of stuff, as always. Noticed Assassin's Creed 3 going for $13.31 and I am Alive for $3.74. A lot of dross as well.
Turn-based classics on GOG, at incredible prices:|
vijay_UK wrote:Alpha Centauri now includes the Alien Crossfire expansion, which was definately not the case last time I looked. Time to retire my CDs.
All those games are good but everyone should play Alpha Centauri.
|Anyone got a lead on Left 4 Dead 2? A mate has asked for it for his birthday but I'll be fucked if I'm paying 15 quid for it!|
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“It's not easy to find happiness in ourselves, and it's not possible to find it elsewhere.”
― Agnes Repplier
|Wait for the Steam sale, if it happens soon enough.|
Shikasama wrote:I have a spare copy. How does a fiver sound?
FTL is $2.49 again! Excellent, brilliant, wonderful game. And yes, it's a price repeat... but it's now a Steam Trading Card game, too! That's the developer's site, where you get a Steam key and a DRM-free copy.|
And speaking of DRM-free, the GOG version of the Divinity Anthology is now £6.10... at Gamersgate! Div II Developer's Cut is the ultimate version (after the original not-ready Eco Draconis was eventually replaced with the far-superior The Dragon Knight Saga before finally getting to this one), and DivDiv and BeyDiv are thrown in, too.
Oh, and I hear good things about MMO The Secret World, which is US$9.99 at Amazon at the moment.
Make sure to cancel your weekend plans in preparation for the possibility of an actual Steam event! \o/
FutileResistor wrote:Yeah can do, it'll only be a quid or so cheaper than that in the summer sale. Steam Wallet?
|Midweek sale is Dust and elysian tail for %.99 and Baldur's gate for £3.74|
|Ooops is that ment to be £5.99|
Shikasama wrote:Ok, give me your Steam ID or PM me your email address so I can send the game.
|Cheers man. Is it the billing address, delivery address or both you need to change?|
Magicka (Steamworks) for £1.74. Comes with Steam Trading Cards! (They've also got Precursors on sale, but it's Starforce DRM. Yuck!)|
Can try code elder-geek.com but derp stopped working. I'm not sure about the former though.
Another Steam Trading Card game is Defender's Quest: Valley of the Forgotten, available directly from the developer as a Steam key + DRM-free download for US$3.74.
Trading cards! \o/
Steam database watchers say that loads of different developer bundles have been loaded onto the Steam database.|
|Maybe tomorrow...? *prays*|
'Look at you, hacker: a pathetic creature of meat and bone, panting and sweating as you run through my corridors. How can you challenge a perfect, immortal machine?'
joeymoto108 wrote:This I posted a little while back, I suppose it can be regarded as a guide of some sort:
Previous Steam Summer Sale start dates are:
June 24, 2010
June 30, 2011
July 12, 2012
|That midweek sale of Dust ends at like 4pm tomorrow - some indication?|
midnight_walker wrote:Maybe, in all my years of using steam i've never paid attention before! Funny what the prospect of another sale does to a person
|Are we going to have an EG buy something silly as a group moment again, like the last sale?|