It’s officially winter. Deep Winter. You know what that means: Steam Sale.
This is the big one, or at least, the final big one of the year. If you need to get some last-second (Christmas is in three days WHAT ARE YOU DOING) holiday shopping done, here you go.
This year’s sale is pretty barebones. No big theme or meta-game or anything. Just the Steam Awards and a lot of discounts. Here are some good ones:
- Doom (2016)—$19.79
- Homefront: The Revolution—$11.99
- The Long Dark—$9.99
- Invisible Inc—$5.99
- Cities Skylines—$7.49
- Hotline Miami 2—$3.74
- House of the Dying Sun—$12.99
- Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic—$2.49
- Grim Fandango: Remastered—$2.99
- Black Mesa—$7.99
- Darkest Dungeon—$12.49
Also Civilization VI has been discounted the teensiest bit, so I guess there’s no better time than the present to go fuck up history.
So then, get to it.
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