Dec 27, 2013 at 3:35 PM
Sad that I missed getting Spelunky for 75% off! But I've got so many games that I haven't even touched that I'm sure I won't even play them all before it comes back on sale again next year, ha ha.
Bit of a damn shame I haven't snagged another copy to gift. Then again, there are usually the encore deals on the last day. We'll see.FrozenFire said:Sad that I missed getting Spelunky for 75% off! But I've got so many games that I haven't even touched that I'm sure I won't even play them all before it comes back on sale again next year, ha ha.
Encore deals? Hmm, I'll have to keep my eyes open. I missed it because I worked a long shift and I forgot about using the Steam app on my phone when I went on my break. I was definitely more sad about missing Spelunky than Rogue Legacy. It certainly would be awesome if it went on sale again at the end.JonSpider said:Bit of a damn shame I haven't snagged another copy to gift. Then again, there are usually the encore deals on the last day. We'll see.
Can you please describe to me "NSEEEEI"?X-Calibrate said:Cave Story +
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Stanley was just released in October, so I wouldn't ever expect anything past 33% during the sale. In my opinion, I bought it at 12 USD and absolutely loved it, but the uniqueness of it means that it's definitely not for everyone. The player's personal humor is practically what determines how much they get out of it. (In which case the steam-demo is a great way of feeling it out yourself without spoiling it.)ChimeApple said:...although I haven't read a single reply recommending The Stanley Parable. The game at full price is 15 dollars, which most people wouldn't want to shell out considering that the gameplay is driven by a narrator, and none else. At a cheap price, I'd most indefinitely purchase it.
I suppose Half Life 2 and Episode one and two are still worth the money despite it being released almost an entire decade earlier? Not sure if anyone else has played it.EnlightenedOne said:The entire Half-Life series are on the daily, for those not educated.
Dunc2403 said:VVVVVV is on sale for $0.50. There's no reason not to get it.
I actually bought a second copy for gifting purposes once I saw it win on the community vote. That's one of the greatest deals I've seen (other than the free installs, like L4D2).Thatnamelessguy said:Seriously? I actually convinced one of my friends to get VVVVVV during the sale since I thought it wouldn't go lower than 2.49. I definitely recommend VVVVVV to everyone, best game I've played.
Well, if you haven't gotten it already and if it goes on sale, I recommend The Fall. I made a thread about it a few weeks ago.JonSpider said: