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20-12-2012, 08:58 PM #41
Maybe I'll buy it when it's 75% off some day...
ETA: There are several reports on the Steam forums that the game actually does work in Europe, despite the message saying it'll first be available in two months. Reports by people who've just bought the EU version on the sale, that is.
That's not good enough, though.
Last edited by Similar; 20-12-2012 at 09:04 PM.
20-12-2012, 09:01 PM #42
Some interesting deals:
Ignite, an arcade racing game that introduces the fun mechanic of letting you convert score into speed-boosts. Is sacrificing points worth it to get that extra place? For €0,79 it could be fun to give it a try.
Section 8: Prejudice, an nice and interesting online shooter that only seems to get some online activity going in the week after a Steam sale. Worth checking to see some interesting ideas that failed to find an audience. For €3,24.
Nimbus, fun and at times frustrating puzzle platformer that puts you in command of a non-powered aircraft. As you fly around the world, you'll often have to unlock blockades, manouvre other items into place, all the while keeping the momentum up so as not to come to a game-ending halt. For €2,49.
SkyDrift, an air-plane racing game in the style of Mario Kart that I quite enjoyed. Power-ups, rockets, explosions, boosts etc. are all part of the fun. This is a great little game with a nice variety of planes and maps, and even though it's not a massive hit, multiplayer races are usually easy to find. For €2,49.
Cargo! The Quest for Gravity, a game that allows you to create your own vehicles from various parts. Planes, helicopters, submarines, cars, snowploughs, or a combination of all of the above. With these vehicles you solve certain easy puzzles, but more importantly: bring 'fun' - a currency - to the world by reaching high speeds, altitudes and performing goofy stunts. For €2,24.
20-12-2012, 09:48 PM #43
20-12-2012, 09:53 PM #44
Spec Ops: The Line is 9,99€. I'm thinking about picking it up even though it's not daily or flash.
EDIT: I'll wait for the possible daily or flash sale. Amazon has a bundle that has spec ops: the line, bioshock and bioshock 2 for 10 dollars. Too bad I already have both bioshocks.
Last edited by KauhuK; 20-12-2012 at 10:02 PM.
20-12-2012, 09:56 PM #45
20-12-2012, 09:59 PM #46
Especially as it has been cheaper than that, with other games included. Wait for now.
Actually Amazon have Bioshock 1, 2 and Spec Ops for 10 dollars, so 7.50 ish euros here:
20-12-2012, 10:00 PM #47
20-12-2012, 10:13 PM #48
20-12-2012, 10:17 PM #49Add me: Steam, Raptr: mnem
20-12-2012, 10:33 PM #50
20-12-2012, 10:41 PM #51
Not a perfect game, but there's some quirky charm there in terms of the voice acting, quests and actions etc. certainly worth a punt if you're looking for something engaging and light.
20-12-2012, 11:06 PM #52
So far Natural Selection is tempting, but I might have to keep to the vinraith principle and not buy something I don't have time for just now. Could I make time? Is it good enough that I should?
Two more weeks of repeatedly asking myself this question.
20-12-2012, 11:18 PM #53
Just gonna put this out here: I have a spare copy of Natural Selection 2 from my pre-order (well, my pre-order of Overgrowth. But whatever :p) that I'll sell to someone for 5 USD. (Anyone) Send me a PM if you are interested
20-12-2012, 11:36 PM #54
Game of Thrones bundle is 75% off.
GOT RPG was probably my second favorite game of the year, behind Mass Effect 3, which probably means I have terrible taste in video games, or something. But it really does have better writing than any RPG I've played in ages, even if it suffers from terribly low production values.
I'm really happy that Winter Voices is 60% off. Will probably get that at some point.
And once again it doesn't look like Kingdoms of Amular will go on sale at all.
20-12-2012, 11:40 PM #55
- Join Date
- Dec 2011
It goes on sale at Amazon and Origin only because EA published it everywhere else, to my knowledge. You'll most likely never see a Steam sale on the game.
21-12-2012, 12:29 AM #56
21-12-2012, 12:32 AM #57
1. Activision care so much about their customers that they don't want to have to provide lesser support to a sudden influx of new players
2. Activision are in it for making games, not making money. So they sell games at high prices.
3. Call of Duty is primarily a multiplayer game, so there is less incentive for most players to ever buy one that isn't the newest release. But they also need to keep the price on the older versions high enough so that people just looking for a new game will try the newer ones (so that the MP community stays strong). And they are dicks who realize they can price gouge :p
My vote is on 3 :p
21-12-2012, 12:46 AM #58Give me steam and how you feel to make it real.
21-12-2012, 12:50 AM #59
21-12-2012, 12:50 AM #60