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Post by Eorl @ 11:17am 22/06/14 | 10 Comments
Steam's annual Summer Sale has moved into day three of its operation, bringing about more discounted video games than you could possibly want, or need for that matter.

As per usual with the Steam Summer Sale, there's a number of massive discounts across many Windows, Mac and Linux titles for day 2 -- roughly 3,000 or so and counting. This year Valve is once again implementing the daily (changed every 24 hours) and flash sales (changed every eight hours) seen in the past, so check them out below to see what titles will break your piggy bank:
  • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
  • Dragon Age: Origins Ultimate Edition
  • Age of Empires 2 HD Edition
  • Wasteland 2
  • 7 Days to Die
  • The Stanley Parable
  • Contagion
  • Terraria
  • Project Zomboid
  • Alongside the usual sales Valve has also implemented a new means of getting you to spend more money: Summer Adventure. Users are tasked with crafting badges to earn in-game items, community and team rewards, plus the chance to win games off your wishlist if your chosen coloured team wins. The quite extensive FAQ can be found over here if you can be bothered outside of the deep discounts, though we are sure the lure of free games will get anyone.



    steamvalvesummer salediscountsoh god where did all my money go





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    dais
    Posted 01:18pm 22/6/14
    Terraria for $1.99, can't really go wrong there.
    Nerf Stormborn
    Posted 01:23pm 22/6/14
    Personally didn't enjoy Terraria, was expecting a more 2D minecraft and instead got a platformer with pretty rubbish controls imo, and strange scaling of tool effect area compared to character sprite size (having to knock out 3 blocks to fit a character through got old fast).
    dais
    Posted 01:35pm 22/6/14
    I haven't played it but it has a metascore of 83/100.
    carson
    Posted 02:50pm 22/6/14
    I didn't like Terraria either. Same as Nerf. Expected a 2D Minecraft, got a platformer that left much to be desired. Felt way too grindy.

    Today's sales are a bit lame. I sold a dota 2 item last night for $105usd, so now I like $100 sitting in my steam wallet waiting to buy some game, but there hasn't been anything exciting that I don't already own.
    konstie
    Posted 02:52pm 22/6/14
    wtf did u sell
    Nerf Stormborn
    Posted 03:03pm 22/6/14
    Lol I was proud of my $1.41 on steam from selling a few of those damn trading cards yesterday (2 summer sale ones and 2 foil ones from games).
    Eorl
    Posted 03:19pm 22/6/14
    Everyone should get The Stanley Parable, it is the best linear story game ever.
    infi
    Posted 04:05pm 22/6/14
    Picked up AOE2, bargain
    Mr Solis
    Posted 09:29pm 22/6/14
    I agree with Eorl.

    If you're a completionist type gamer or someone who enjoys narrative driven games, I would recommend The Stanley Parable.
    carson
    Posted 05:20am 23/6/14
    I sold this
    http://steamcommunity.com/market/listings/570/Elder%20Timebreaker
    http://dota2.gamepedia.com/Timebreaker
    It cost me 2.50 from a chest back in 2012, sold it for 105. Profit baby.
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