Steam Summer Sales, day six: Dishonored at 66% off, Max Payne 3 and more

Gabe Newell

By on July 16, 2013 at 8:14 am

As we roll into the sixth day of the annual wallet-destroying Steam sale, you can now grab some big names like Dishonored for $15.29 (my personal Game of the Year) and Max Payne 3 for just $12.49.

There’s also titles like Dawn of War 2: Retribution for just $9.99, Wargame: Airland Battle for $19.99 (read our recent review) and Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion for $9.99.

On the indie front, you can pick up Terraria for $2.49, Castle Crashers for $3.74 and Dust: An Elysian Tail for $7.49.

For the next two hours, BioShock Infinite is again discounted down to $40, and KOTOR 2 is an appallingly cheap $3.39.

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The Steam news feed says it’s day 5. Not sure which is correct.

 

Since the start of the sale I’ve bought: Bully, Scribblenauts, Surgeon Simulator, Walking Dead 400 Days (Not discounted but meh $5), Sleeping Dogs, Doom 3 BFG, Deadlight, Kerbal Space Program, Spec Ops the line, trackmania canyon, battlefront II, dishonored.

12 Games for USD$100. Pretty happy with that. Not really much out there I want except for Rogue Legacy and the other 2 Trackmanias, pretty new games so they likely won’t be discounted much, if at all.

 
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