Steam Spring Sales, Day Six: Far Cry 3, Metro: Last Light, The Wolf Among Us

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By on December 2, 2013 at 5:46 pm

We are nearing the closing ceremonies now folks, as the Steam Sprautmng Sales have reached day six, with even more fantastic games on sale. You can grab not one, not two, but three amazing games following the eternally successful ‘six letters then a number’ naming format – Portal 2 for $4.99, Far Cry 3 for $8.73 and PayDay 2 for $13.49.

If you’re looking for something which could in some way be described as light you could pick from Torchlight 2 for $4.99 – which is light on story, Fez for $2.49 – which has a light atmosphere, or Godus for $9.99 – which is light on content. Heh.

And rounding out the Daily Deals at the other end of the spectrum are Metro: Last Light for $18.69, Civilization 5: Gold Edition for $22.49 and The Wolf Among Us for $16.64.

Don’t forget to check the DLC for Civilization 5 if you already own it – Gods and Kings and Brave New World are excellent buys. Naturally there are a heap of other sales going on still along with flash sales, so check out the Steam sale page for more!

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Just found out if you have Civ5 already you can upgrade to the gold pack for $5.

 

Too bad it doesn’t include brave new world. I’d be all over it then.

 

tacitus42:
Too bad it doesn’t include brave new world. I’d be all over it then.

True, but for $5 you get 13 bits of DLC and The Gods expansion. I’m going to buy it then wait for a sale on Brave new world.

 
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