I wonder: do you end up saving money in sales or spending more because things are on sale? Regardless, Steam is having a sale, a stealth-game sale, which lasts until Friday, 16th October, 6pm BST.
There's a great bunch of games involved and some loose-change prices on offer. Is inspired '80s Far Cry 3 spin-off Blood Dragon even a stealth game? It's £3 whatever it is.
Elsewhere the brilliant Monaco is £1.86, and the fab Gunpoint is £1.50. £1.50! That's how much a special-priced coffee costs at the Nordic Coffee Company on my way to work. I'm not saying I commute via Scandinavia each morning just, you know, Brighton. And then there's Eldritch, "a sweetly toxic blend of Lovecraft, Minecraft, Spelunky and BioShock", which is only 99p!
There are newer games in there with stingier discounts but discounts all the same. Volume - "a simple, elegant and carefully paced stealth puzzler" - is down to a tenner, and "beautiful" turn-based stealth game Invisible Inc. is £9.
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