Meanwhile, you have until 3AM tomorrow morning to gobble up the Steam Sales

Steam Sales

By on June 30, 2014 at 8:43 am

All of the finest deals from the last 11 days of the glorious Steam Summer Sale have been reborn, like the phoenix, from the ashes of your wallets. Running until 3AM AEST tomorrow morning, you can still pick up some stupidly cheap games to see you through the cold dark until the Halloween Sale.

Our top picks of the final day of the sale to end all sales (until the next one) include Fallout New Vegas for $6.79, BioShock Infinite for $9.99, The Witcher 2 for $3.99, XCOM Enemy Unknown for $8.49 and of course Saints Row IV for $12.49.

You should also look into Far Cry 3 for $7.48, Dishonored for $11.24, Dark Souls for a ludicrous $4.99 and Batman Arkham Origins for $7.49.

Yesterday’s big deals are still valid for the whole remainder of the sale, so check those out as well. Get along to the Steam Store and throw away your money with reckless abandon!

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Was tempted with South Park and Wolfenstein as they’re both below $50, but I’m just too busy with Diablo 3 and BF4 so I’m just gonna wait until the Xmas sale.

 
uglyduckling81

ralphwiggum:
Was tempted with South Park and Wolfenstein as they’re both below $50, but I’m just too busy with Diablo 3 and BF4 so I’m just gonna wait until the Xmas sale.

There is only 10 hours of play in South Park so don’t buy it until it’s $10 or less in my opinion. It was fun but not worth it’s price.

Wolfenstein looks meh… Another bargain bin pickup I’m thinking.

 

Wolfenstein is great. It’s my biggest surprise of the year. Please play it if you can.

 

uglyduckling81,

Wolfenstein is easily the best single-player FPS in recent years, so much detail put into it.

 

Agreed, I was expecting a bargain bin shooter out of wolfenstein, but loved every minute of both playthroughs. Best shooter this year.

 

Bam.

 

I want to get Wolfenstein eventually but I’m waiting for a cheap retail copy, the 50gb download is a killer.

 

Ooooh. You’re twisting my arm here fellas…

 

GABE. you tempt me with sweet sweet deals. BUT THE MONEY SAVED IS SPEND ON MARRIAGE COUNSELLING TO DUMP WIFE AGGRO. NET SPEND = SAME AS ALWAYS.

*SHAKE FIST AT HEAVENS*

 
Some_Bored_Dude

Had no money last fortnight. Got paid thursday night, then homeloan and personal loan came out of my bank friday, and have a power bill due thursday.

No money for Gabe 2 sales in a row!

 

The Wolf Among Us, Naruto Shippuden Ninja Storm 3 Full Blast (if you like the series), Divinity: Original Sin … been a good sale for me.

 

I think I’ve spent enough… just a casual $400. Yeah that SHOULD be enough until Christmas sales :c

 

http://www.amazon.com/Wolfenstein-The-New-Order-PC/dp/B00CPKUV9I/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1404089620&sr=8-1&keywords=Wolfenstein

Amazon has a steam redeemable version of Wolfenstein for a cool $30, a.k.a. no Aussie Tax if someone wants it at a good price.

 

dota2 is free

 

zakynthos:
dota2 is free

Pro: Dota 2 is free
Con: It has a disproportionate amount of tossers ingame

That said if you don’t mind hearing someone lose their nut over trivial things, it is highly entertaining lol

 
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