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Post by Eorl @ 11:33am 28/11/14 | 4 Comments
Steam has kicked off the second day of its "Steam Exploration Sale" with a new round of 48-hour and 24-hour deals on various titles that you'll surely never get around to playing.

Today's new daily deals include BioShock Infinite ($9.99), Kerbal Space Program ($17.99), Banished ($7.99), Wolfenstein: The New Order ($27.17), Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor ($44.21), Age of Empires 2 HD Edition ($3.99), Payday 2 ($7.49), Total War: Rome 2 - Emperor Edition ($19.98) and Spintires ($10.19).

For the current 24-hour deal you'll be able to grab Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning ($4.99), Mount & Blade: Warband ($4.99 and probably the best medieval game ever so go buy it), Deus Ex: Human Revolution ($4.99), Shadow Warrior ($3.99), Sniper Elite 3 ($24.99), Might & Magic: Heroes VI ($8.73), Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 ($6.99), Risk of Rain ($2.49), Max Payne 3 ($6.24), Tropico 5 ($13.99) and Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 Full Burst ($9.99).

Yesterday's daily deals are also available, though you'll have to go searching for them as Steam isn't listing past (but active) deals unlike previous sale holidays. Steam Exploration Sale will be running through to December 2nd, so jump on quick before the deals are all gone.



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WirlWind
Posted 05:11pm 28/11/14
If you like hard games / replayability / action platformers, Risk of Rain is a MUST buy.

Even at full price, I feel like I've had my moneys worth months ago. It's great, being able to jump on and have a few runs every now and then.
dais
Posted 06:11pm 28/11/14
Just picked up Risk of Rain for $2.50, thanks for the heads up WirlWind.
Eorl
Posted 06:58pm 28/11/14
If you are already over Dragon Age (who would though), I definitely recommend Amalur. Amazing RPG with some awesome combat that feels very satisfying.
Enska
Posted 04:53am 29/11/14
Amalur is s***, such a massive clusterf*** of wannabe mmo and s***** simplified combat.

seriously, it's f*****g average and offers next to no challenge at all. I say this as someone who originally had massive hopes for the game.
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