Steam's Summer Sale is now live

75 per cent off Hotline Miami, Scribblenauts Unlimited, and Left 4 Dead 2.

Another year, another ridonkulous Steam Summer Sale. Between now and 22nd July a slew of games will have their prices dramatically slashed on a rotating basis.

Today's selection includes:

  • Defiance - 6.79 (66 per cent off).
  • Left 4 Dead - 2 3.74 (75 per cent off).
  • Hotline Miami - 1.74 (75 per cent off).
  • Toki Tori 2 - 7.91 (34 per cent off).
  • Scribblenauts Unlimited - 3.74 (75 per cent off).
  • Call of Juarez: Gunslinger - 8.03 (33 per cent off).
  • Don't Starve - 9.59 (20 per cent off).
  • Endless Space: Emperor Edition - 8.49 (66 per cent off).
  • Mars: Wars Logs - 10.04 (33 per cent off).

Additionally, the next almost eight hours will see the following titles severely discounted as part of a Flash Sale:

  • The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim - 10.49 (33 per cent off).
  • Dragon Age: Origins - 5.99 (70 per cent off).
  • Counter Strike: Global Offensive - 4.07 (66 per cent off).
  • Grid 2 - 17.99 (60 per cent off).

You can also vote on which games you'd like to see receive major discounts. The current nominees include Dishonored, Borderlands 2 and Far Cry 3.

Less time sensitive sales include 75 per cent off The Cave (2.99), Psychonuts (1.74), and Mutant Blobs Attack (1.37). Darks Souls 2: Prepare to Die Edition is also half off at 9.99.

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