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Steam's summer sale puffs into life

Massive savings across the board.

The Steam "Perils of Summer" sale has begun and boasts savings in "every genre". It runs until 4th July.

Throughout, there will be unique, daily deals. Today, for instance, Trine has been hacked to £3.40, DiRT 2 trodden to £7.50 and BioShock 2 emptied to £10.

More glamorous savings can be made on various publisher catalogues. You can buy 22 Valve-made games for £33; 20 THQ games for £27; loads of 2K games for £70 (down from £200); the Call of Duty Collection for £22; and 13 Rockstar games for £45.

Head over to the Steam homepage to find out more.

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