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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:14pm 12/06/15 | 11 Comments
Just as you're about to overloaded with images and information about the games of the future, comes the annual Steam Summer Sale! The thing that usually ends up with you being overloaded with copies of games of the past. And as with every Steam Sale, many titles will receive substantial discounts over the sale period (June 11-21) and with much of it centered around community participation. Which this year, comes in the form of a Monster Summer Game you can play with friends.

The game, which takes the form of a click-happy co-operative monster fighting thing, will unlock more and more discounts the more people play. Which on paper, sounds like a very cool thing to do. Except for the fact that the Monster Summer Game is not actually working at the moment, due to the sheer number of people trying to play the thing. And even when it was, it was prone to bug out. Because again, Valve underestimated the millions of people willing to play the thing all at the exact same time.

But, enough about that. Onto the sales!



Kicking things off are discounts across the entire GTA, X-Com, Sinper Elite, Oddworld and Darksiders franchises. Plus discounts on recent games like the remastered edition of Homeworld, which is currently 60% off.

Check out all the deals here. And be sure to let us know if you manage to play the Monster Summer Game.



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samatt
Posted 03:11pm 12/6/15
Alien Isolation half price there goes my weekend :)
FSCB
Posted 06:13pm 12/6/15
And yet after so many years, Steam still does regional pricing in US dollars only.
So reduce the price by 30% and then increase by 30% due to the current exchange rate and then add a few bucks for currency conversion fees...Great sale...
ravn0s
Posted 06:46pm 12/6/15
apparently some games had their prices increased before the sale.
nings
Posted 07:17pm 12/6/15
And yet after so many years, Steam still does regional pricing in US dollars only.
So reduce the price by 30% and then increase by 30% due to the current exchange rate and then add a few bucks for currency conversion fees...Great sale...

Yer righto, spose you'll just pop down to jb hifi or eb and get a bargain ay.
You should just go dodgy Russian key or better yet torrent.
carson
Posted 09:08pm 12/6/15
They did Ravn0s. There is a thread on reddit about it. Rockstar and Gaijin are two culprits.
Tollaz0r!
Posted 10:27pm 12/6/15
I bought,

Sir, You are being hunted. 90% off, $2.00 not bad.
WirlWind
Posted 11:31pm 12/6/15
Well, that steam game thing doesn't even launch for me anyway. Just gives me a vague error about how something went wrong.
Viper119
Posted 11:45pm 12/6/15
https://steamdb.info/sales/ - finding this site very useful, if you sign in and get the extension it also shows library/wishlist games.
BladeRunner
Posted 03:30am 13/6/15
I got Valkyria chronicles.
Meddek
Posted 07:35am 13/6/15
European Ship Simulator looks fantastic for $5.99
FSCB
Posted 09:02pm 14/6/15
"Yer righto, spose you'll just pop down to jb hifi or eb and get a bargain ay.
You should just go dodgy Russian key or better yet torrent."

Yer righto, so Valve won't change anything because they know we are a land of stupid consumers like nings who will eat a s***burger as long as it is marketed well enough or "on sale".
Typical Australian, the kind of person who goes overseas for a bargain and thinks they got it with a 10% discount.
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