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Mr. Freeze

Steam Summer Sale Aftermath

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How bad did GabeN hit your wallet this time?

So far I bought:

Fallout New Vegas: Ultimate Edition
Return to Castle Wolfenstein
EYE Divine Cybermancy
Five Nights at Freddy's 3
Vampire The Masquerade: Bloodlines

Still have $15 to spend, waiting for the next flash sales to convince me what to get.

EDIT: Bought Ikaruga and Hotline Miami 2 bringing my total to about $50 spent. Pretty good sale all around!

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Portal 1 and 2
Duke3D Megaton
Blood (because I have no excuse for not playing this yet)
Delta Force

A little over £10 maybe, I'd say I survived pretty well.

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DCS World - AC-10, Huey, and Flaming Cliffs $30 total, mostly spent from refunding Homeworld Remastered since I really didn't enjoy it.
Project Cars - $30 (I'm actually playing this one, yay!)
Metro Redux Bundle - $10
Transistor - $5
Wolf - Old Blood - $10 (Probably not downloading for a while since I've yet to even beat New Order.

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10 - Got Black Ops, the one CoD I really like, when it finally came down to a decent(er) price
2.49 - Fallout New Vegas

I think this was it, so it's been a pretty tame year.

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This is the first time in a while that I bought anything on the Steam sale:


Command and Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars 3.29 USD
Legend of Grimrock 2 5.99 USD
Shadow Warrior 5.99 USD
Wyrmsun 3.74 USD
Metro Redux Bundle 9.99 USD
Spear of Destiny 2.49 USD
Endless Legend - Classic Edition 17.49 USD
Grim Fandango Remastered 7.49 USD

Decent haul. Actually looking forward to playing each one of them. So far I really like Endless Legend, which is pretty much Civ 5 with some minor differences and a different art style. I'm also having fun with Shadow Warrior, though it's got some hit or miss combat scenarios for sure. Wyrmsun is kind of a neat game -- it's basically a clone of Warcraft (original), though it's a little barebones. I wish it had a more engaging campaign.

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I find that I don't have much a problem at all ignoring sales right now, since every time I hover the mouse button over something I remember all the games in my backlog that I haven't gotten to yet.

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GeckoYamori said:

I find that I don't have much a problem at all ignoring sales right now, since every time I hover the mouse button over something I remember all the games in my backlog that I haven't gotten to yet.


This is essentially how I avoided buying anything on steam until I had a reliable source of income. Now, I've made a vow to myself that I WILL play all of the games I purchased, in some way.

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I grabbed Fallout 1, 2, and Tactics because somehow I never bothered to have it on Steam so now officially I own them three times over. >.>

Talisman: Digital Edition season pass because holy shit like $90 worth of content for $18.

And a handful of other games:
Life is Strange
Divinity II
Bulletstorm
Eldrich

Was tempted by a few other offers but I don't play games often enough anymore to justify any more than that.

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Normally, I too end up with a bunch of games in my library which never get played. But I'm surprised at how strict I've been this time. I bought Ori and the Blind Forest for 10 quid, and that's it.

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Clonehunter said:

10 - Got Black Ops, the one CoD I really like, when it finally came down to a decent(er) price

You like the zombies mode too, eh? That was the only motivation I had to help my roommate finish the campaign mode, just so we could play the Nazi Mansion about a 1000 times while cutting class. I think we found a viable strategy for upgrading every single weapon with 2 players. Surprisingly, playing with strangers over the internet was a serious downgrade since there was small chance of coordinating any coherent strategy.

When my best friend first showed me the Pentagon level, I knew CoD should be one giant game about zombies, forget everything else.

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BlackFish said:

Project Cars - $30 (I'm actually playing this one, yay!)

Fancy a race? Hit me up sometime.

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DoomUK said:

Fancy a race? Hit me up sometime.


Let me figure out the game some more and I'll get back to you. Using a controller. :)

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TheCupboard said:

You like the zombies mode too, eh? That was the only motivation I had to help my roommate finish the campaign mode, just so we could play the Nazi Mansion about a 1000 times while cutting class. I think we found a viable strategy for upgrading every single weapon with 2 players. Surprisingly, playing with strangers over the internet was a serious downgrade since there was small chance of coordinating any coherent strategy.

When my best friend first showed me the Pentagon level, I knew CoD should be one giant game about zombies, forget everything else.


The Pentagon level was proof that they needed more maps with Politicians as playable characters. I don't think that ever happened, though.

Actually, a full game where you play as a gun slinging Nixon shooting anything sounds like it could be fun.

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In alphabetical order (because "no particular order" is overrated):

Castle Crashers
DeadCore
Half Minute Hero Bundle
Life Is Strange - Episode 1
Wolfenstein: The Old Blood

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I got Shadowman for $1.19 off of GoG. I received SimCity 2000 as a bonus, so that's good.

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I spent ~50$. Most of that was homeworld remastered, skyrim legendary edition, metro redux, and WH40k: Dawn of war game of the year. And a couple other games. I think I got Valkyria Chronicles on the sale before the summer sale. In any case, I think I made out pretty well, considering all of those were probably 50$+ on release.

If anyone wants a dungeon defenders complete edition, including all DLC, PM me.

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Agarest Zero
AVGN Adventures
Fallout 3: GOTY Edition
The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky
Valkyria Chronicles
Wrack
Ys: The Oath in Felghana

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I've bought nothing. Work is murdering me.

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I bought Shadowgate 2014, Chip's Challenge 1 & Bloody Trapland all for a total of 6.29.

Edit: Bought Duke Nukem Forever & both dlcs for about 7 bucks.

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ARK: Survival Evolved
A Wizard's Lizard
Wolfenstein: The New order
RTCW
Eldritch
Dragon: A Game About a Dragon
Descent 3
Edit:
Ori and the Blind Forest

I'm now up to 102 games. FML.

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Roundabout
This War of Mine
Freedom Planet
Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel
The Whitcher 3: Wild Hunt
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
Microsoft Flight Simulator X: Steam Edition
A deep sense of self loathing

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Since I didn't notice this thread earlier, I'll post what I posted elsewhere:

June 11th:
Outlast: Whistleblower DLC - $1.79

June 12th:
Wolfenstein: The Old Blood - $9.99
Cities: Skylines - $22.49
The Witcher: Enhanced Edition & Witcher 2 bundle(?): $4.48

June 13th:
Pixel Heroes - $2.49

June 14th:
Solarix - $14.99
How To Survive - Storm Warning Edition - $0.99

June 15th:
Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth1, Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth2 - $18.56

June 16th:
Rome: Total War Alexander DLC - $2.49
Dino D-Day: Last Stand DLC - $0.49

June 19th:
Hammerwatch - $1.99

June 20th:
Mass Effect 2 - Digital Deluxe Edition - $6.59

June 21st:
Grand Theft Auto 4 - $4.99

GRAND TOTAL: $92.93

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