Skyrim, Wasteland 2, The Stanley Parable discounted in latest Steam Summer Sale offers

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By on June 22, 2014 at 11:45 am

Here we are friends: day three of the Steam Summer Sale. How are you going so far? Still going to make rent this month? Significant other hasn’t yet put a block on your joint savings account? Still able to afford food? Don’t worry, we’ll fix all that.

Today’s daily deals are as follows:

  • Contagion – 75% off at $4.99
  • Wasteland 2 – 33% off at $40.19
  • 7 Days to Die – 45% off at $13.74
  • Age of Empires II: HD Edition – 75% off at $4.99
  • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – 75% off at $8.74
  • The Stanley Parable – 60% off at $5.99
  • Project Zomboid – 33% off at $10.04
  • Terraria – 80% off at $1.99
  • Dragon Age: Origins – 75% off at $7.49

You should check the Steam storefront every eight hours for the flash sales, but at time of writing here are the bargains:

  • Darkfall: Unholy Wars – 75% off at $3.73
  • Jazzpunk – 50% off at $7.49
  • Monaco – 90% off at $1.49
  • NBA 2K14 – 75% off at $12.49
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HAHA loading Wasteland 2 I see the buy DLC 49.95 option at menu screen… I totally fell for it. Was going OMG its early access and it has DLC!! I’d have never have bought this! then i click it ( no not to buy ) now this is why Indie is so good!

 
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