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*** Steam Sale - confirmed by Valve****

Discussion in 'PC Games' started by smogsy, 26 Oct 2021.

  1. Digital X

    Sgarrista

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    Personal recommendations:

    Assetto Corsa for just over £3, fantastic sim and a plethora of mods available for it.
    Kingdom Come Deliverance, medieval RPG but pretty hardcore with a steep learning curve.
    ETS2 & ATS. If you like simulators these are a no brainer at under £4 with unlimited modding potentional.
     
  2. easyrider

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    Shame about the Steam Cyberpunk price…
     
  3. smogsy

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    not great prices although disco is not too bad for the price :)
     
  4. Tombstone

    Capodecina

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    Yeah, I gave it a quick look over and I didnt see anything at all which looked like a decent punt.
     
  5. ic1male

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    No grumbling at prices from me now. Leaving PlayStation (due to lack of PS5 hardware) so the prices on Steam compared to PSN are very welcome.
     
  6. V F

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    It's £24.99 right now. I'm thinking of getting it?...

    Currently have in my cart:

    Cyberpunk 2077 £24.99
    STAR WARS Jedi: Fallen Order Deluxe Edition £23.99
    Assassin's Creed Odyssey - Ultimate Edition £23.99
    Assassin's Creed Origins - Gold Edition £14.99
    Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice Soundtrack Bundle £6.69

    £88.65
     
  7. .Lethal

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    I personally bought Assassin's Creed (both) from Epic Games since it adds the games to Ubisoft Connect too (this allows you to claim a bunch of rewards in game through their app).

    In the x-mas sale next month you'll get Odyssey for £13.99 with the £10 voucher and gold for £4.99, maybe even cheaper since it was a year ago I paid those prices.
     
  8. Digital X

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    I'm eyeing up Gas Station Simulator and Death Stranding (have it on PS4/5 but still.) Not the directors cut upgrade yet.

    I have Borderlands 3 on PS5 but having it on PC would be nice too.
     
  9. mysticsniper

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    The Steam sale is terrible, overpriced old games, apart from Resident Evil village. :(
     
  10. Mark1989

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    Bullet Storm Full Clip Edition, CnC and Metro Exodus all good sale prices, tempted by all 3
     
  11. ic1male

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    Bulletstorm is ACE. There really is nothing like it out there. Shame it never got a sequel.
     
  12. Nate75

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    Going to pick up DOOM Eternal finally £12.49 and also Ghostbusters Remastered £4.99 which I didn't even know was on Steam :)
     
  13. Disco_P

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    I grabbed the eternal DLC, it's a good game that gets better with practice.
     
  14. Cromulent

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    Thinking of getting Total War: Three Kingdoms and all DLC as well as Total War Saga: Troy and DLC.
     
  15. V F

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    I don't get why so many speak highly of this. I've watched a lot of streams for it. Nothing about it said dang! I have to get it.

    I hope that is good but sadly that is from the same developers that botched up Quake Champions. Saber Interactive.
     
  16. Tombstone

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    Village is 12.99 in todays CDkeys sale ;)
     
  17. .Lethal

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    It's crazy how fast prices drop a few months from release.
     
  18. mysticsniper

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    Nice one, thanks for letting me know :)

    Bought, installing now
     
    Last edited: 26 Nov 2021
  19. Amatsubu

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    No idea why so many people think it's better than 7.

    I'm like 3/4 in and it's incredibly disappointing in many regards. Hardly any suspense, too much combat and braindead puzzles with pretty linear exploration. You don't even need to look for the stuff you need, the game just strings you along. Some optional treasures were quite entertaining but that's all.

    It's neither a proper survival game nor a horror game and it feels like it's been patched together from a bunch of random contrasting ideas.

    It's playable but it doesn't do anything for me. Nice graphics and sometimes atmosphere.

    On the plus side, I've just grabbed RE1 HD Remaster which I know will be miles better as a survival horror.