Steam Spring Sales, Day Two: Dark Souls, XCOM, FF7 and more

Steam Sales

By on November 29, 2013 at 10:20 am

The Steam Spring/Autumn (delete as applicable) Sales have rolled on into their second day, bringing even more delicious bargains.

Today you can grab Baldur’s Gate Enhanced Edition for $7.99, XCOM: Enemy Unknown for $17.49, and Dead Island for $4.99.

There’s also Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition (which I’ve just picked up) for $9.99, Papers Please for $4.99 and Game Dev Tycoon for $4.99 as well.

Rounding out today’s specials are Don’t Starve for $5.09, The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing for $5.09, and Final Fantasy VII, for $3.99.

Check out the Steam sale page for more flash sales and to scoop up yesterday’s bargains!

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Amazon has got some great deals on as of now too;
Batman Origins for $20
Farcry 3 (steam version) $7.50
Assassins Creed 3 for $7.50; Assassins creed 4 Black Flag $35(Steam versions available for both of these)

GmG are also currently running their 4 hour flash deals, Good times and empty wallets ahead =)

 

Don’t stop believing, you say sir?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VcjzHMhBtf0

(I can’t get it to embed in a comment, damnit)

 

Does Tim come free with a purchase?

 

Regrettably, no.

 

Alex Walker,

What he is wearing was NEVER fashionable -_-.

It is like Tina Turner woke up as Cher :/…

 
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