It looks like Steam is targeting strategy players this weekend with a few dozen strategy games getting the ol’ sale treatment!
- Distant Worlds: Universe – $19.79 ($59.99)
- Panzer Corps – $4.99 ($19.99)
- Advanced Tactics Gold – $9.89 ($29.99)
- Alea Jacta Est – $9.99 ($24.99)
- Battle Academy – $3.74 ($14.99)
- Battle Academy 2: Eastern Front – $9.99 ($39.99)
- Warhammer 40,000: Armageddon – $14.79 ($39.99)
- Drive on Moscow – $4.99 ($9.99)
- Last Day of Old Earth – $9.99 ($24.99)
And there we have it. Well, some of it. There are actually quite a few more on the list, including a bunch of DLC for Order of Battle: World War II, which itself it free to play.
So, if you’re a strategy or tactics junkie and haven’t been on Steam in a while, now might be the time to hop back on and snatch up a few games.
Also, recording for Until Dawn is almost totally finished, it should be out no later than next Friday. If it’s done sooner, it’ll be up whenever it’s done. Between now and then, I have a few little projects that are going to go up on my YouTube channel. You can find my channel right here. Remember to give the channel a sub and share for me, it boosts my minimal self confidence.
Now, this is a sale!
- Left 4 Dead – $4.99 ($19.99)
- Left 4 Dead 2 – $4.99 ($19.99)
- Crusader Kings II – $9.99 ($39.99, all of the DLC is on sale, too!)
- Red Faction Guerrilla Steam Edition – $17.99 ($89.99)
- Red Faction Armageddon – $17.99 ($89.99)
- Darksiders Warmastered Edition – $17.99 ($89.99)
- Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition – $17.99 ($89.99)
- Titan Quest Anniversary Edition – $17.99 ($89.99)
- Dead by Daylight – $11.99 ($19.99)
- Dead Space – $4.99 ($19.99)
- Trine Enchanted Edition – $2.24 ($14.99)
- Trine 2: Complete Story – $2.99 ($19.99)
- Awesomenauts – $1.99 ($9.99 Absolute steal. Get it now, they just released the 3.5 Update that comes with a free character!)
- Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures – $3.99 ($4.99 Oh c’mon, it’s AVGN…)
- Oddworld: Abe’s Odyssey – $1.01 ($2.99)
Phew, that’s quite the list. Every one of them worth it. Well, at least I hope Dead by Daylight is at this point.
Back to work on the Until Dawn review and some other projects. It’s all coming up on YouTube soon, right over here.
Starting with something that isn’t so much a sale as it is a new release!
Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 has finally launched for PC at $24.99. Not too shabby. It’s a pretty good fighter, and I know at least one person who mains Rocket Raccoon and stomps butts with him.
Apparently Dawn of War III is up for pre-purchase. Not my cup of tea, but it’s really cool to see another installment.
Anyway, on to the sales. In my eyes, the pickin’s are a bit slim, but there are a few gems tucked away.
- Oddworld: Abe’s Odyssey – $1.01 ($2.99) Classic puzzle, platforming goodness.
- The New THQ Classics – $17.99 ($89.99) Not a bad little collection at all. Games like Darksiders, Full Spectrum Warrior, and Red Faction make up a majority of this bundle.
What? I said the pickin’s were slim in my eyes. I wasn’t joking.
Anyway, I’m going to get working on my first review since my return. I won’t be doing a review a week anymore, that’s just a bit too much when this and YouTube aren’t my job(s)…yet. I’m planning to do an actual video review, which will probably have a bit more depth than the written one. We’ll have to see how it goes, I’ve never done reviews this way before. I’m just hoping to have it done before Mass Effect: Andromeda comes out, because that’s absolutely next on the list.
Alright, I’ll see you kids soon. Have fun, chant, and fart.
Steam’s got some pretty fun stuff floating around on sale this week. Some of the ones that stood out to me this time are…
- Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen – $22.49 (Down from $29.99)
- Obscure Collection – $7.49 (Down from $14.99 and includes both games)
- Flatout Complete Pack – $7.99 (Down from $39.99)
- Enclave – $0.59 (Down from $4.99, I should really review this sometime…)
- Earthworm Jim Collection – $9.99 (Down from $19.99. Good old school platforming action. It includes the 3D one, too, but I don’t know if that’s really a selling point…)
Well, those are just the ones that stood out to me this time. Go grab some goodies!
I’ve also got some news on the Nuzlocke front, but more on that later.
Welp, Steam’s got another big sale going on (when don’t they?)!
This time it’s the Lego games. Batman, Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Harry Potter, Avengers, and more. The discounts range from 10%-75% off, so if you’ve been waiting to pick any of them up, now’s the time!
Grab a game or five right here!
Don’t forget to check in tonight with me for the X-Com Enemy Unknown review. It’s going up in about an hour and a half!
Another side note: I just wanted to put it out there again that I’m on Patreon as well if anyone wants to support the blog and help it grow. I’m still testing the waters with it to see just how it works, but if you feel so inclined to give the blog a little push, you can find it right here.
Oh, and while I’m not putting up an X-Com video review right away, I still plan to. I might put up some of the extra footage I have for fun. Maybe a montage of my sniper single-handedly saving multiple squadmates.
That about sums it up for now, I’ll see you kids later.
This isn’t too bad a sale if you’re into Ubisoft games!
Tons of Assassin’s Creed stuff is up there with some Far Cry thrown in. A majority of the discounts are from 50-75% with a few lower ones on some of the smaller franchises.
Not much to say about this sale, really, it’s a pretty good one. You can find it here!
Aside from that, remember to check back in tomorrow for the X-Com Enemy Unknown review. The first real review I’ve done since coming back! I know I said there might be a video with it, and I’ve decided to hold off on it until maybe next week so that we can get the script worked out, filming outside of the game, editing, all that fun stuff done. This leads me to a question, for my readers, though. Would you all prefer if the videos came out the same day, or a different day? It feels to me like it might be too much in one day to put out there. I dunno.
Anyway, I’ll see you guys tomorrow!
Some of you might remember that I reviewed this last year.
Well, now it’s on sale, dirt cheap, on Steam! It’s going for $17.49USD. A huge mark down from it’s standard $69.99USD.
If you’re into 16bit RPGs and want to having some fun making your own, you can’t go wrong with RPG Maker VX Ace. Especially at $18. It does have a bit of a learning curve, but the community for it is awesome and willing to help out if you get stuck.
All this talk about it is making me want to get back to working on my own game.
Anyway, here’s a direct link to the game’s Steam shop page.
That’s all for now!
You folks have fun, take care, and I’ll see you next time.