So many terrifyingly good bargains.
By Tim Colwill on October 30, 2013 at 9:47 am
Until November 2 there are terrifying savings to be had across the board on a range of Steam titles, some of which are actually horror-themed, and some others which have just gone along for the ride.
Some of the highlights include Outlast for just $13 (read our review here), new TellTale series The Wolf Among Us for $22.49 (our review here) and just $11.99 for the recently-released Ctuhulu roguelike Eldritch.
There’s also some ridiculous savings on some of last year’s best titles. The Walking Dead, which almost single-handedly redefined TellTale as a developer to watch and made our own Jason Imms stop playing and go and hug his children is now just $6.24. Sleeping Dogs, which is just bloody gorgeous and great fun to play, is a steal at $4.99. And if you’re in the market for a new (subscription-free) MMO, you can’t go past The Secret World, which is an absurdly cheap $29.99 and includes heaps of free extras.
New arrivals are also up for grabs: you can get the new (official!) Slender Man game, Slender: The Arrival for just $7.99, and there’s 10% off the early access for Nether, the new open-world sandbox survival game from the ex-midway developers who were working on Project Awakened.