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Re: Steam Summer Sale 2013

#21  Postby Mazille » Jul 13, 2013 6:39 am

Yeah, it is. Good choice. :thumbup:

Me, I just earned myself a couple of cents selling a card I had twice on the marketplace. Only 13 cents, but hey. I won't say no to free money.
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Re: Steam Summer Sale 2013

#22  Postby Thomas Eshuis » Jul 13, 2013 6:42 am

Nothing on sale that I really want.
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Re: Steam Summer Sale 2013

#23  Postby Mazille » Jul 13, 2013 6:57 am

Reus might win the Community Vote and be on sale for eight hours in two hours. Unfortunately I have a 15 hour workday ahead of me, so can't buy it. Shite. Kinda hoping it loses now. Well, I'm sure it'll pop up again.

ETA: HA! Another 12 cents for my second duplicate card! :yay:
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Re: Steam Summer Sale 2013

#24  Postby DoctorE » Jul 13, 2013 12:43 pm

Mazille wrote:Unwise to buy the stuff while it isn't on a Daily, Flash or Community Vote deal.


I did buy Brave new world full price, few hours later it went on sale, price lower then the pre-order price. I was like, WTF, new game on sale and shit. Turns out it was a mistake and now Steam gave me Civ 4 for free :)
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Re: Steam Summer Sale 2013

#25  Postby mraltair » Jul 13, 2013 1:49 pm

Bugger I bought something.

Sleeping Dogs. Been on my wishlist for ages and got it for £4.99 (€5.70?)

Well, now that I've bought one there's no reason to hold back. :grin:
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Re: Steam Summer Sale 2013

#26  Postby Bribase » Jul 13, 2013 2:03 pm

Aaand the floodgates have opened.

Now I want Hitman: Absolution and the Batman games.
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Re: Steam Summer Sale 2013

#27  Postby mraltair » Jul 13, 2013 2:09 pm

Mazille wrote:Yeah, it is. Good choice. :thumbup:

Me, I just earned myself a couple of cents selling a card I had twice on the marketplace. Only 13 cents, but hey. I won't say no to free money.


I didn't know there was a Steam Marketplace! Thanks for bringing this to my attention :cheers: I can now get rid of some of this TF2 crap I unlocked.

NOW I care about trading cards. :lol:
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Re: Steam Summer Sale 2013

#28  Postby SPMaximus » Jul 13, 2013 5:20 pm

Tomb Raider 75% off, didnt that game just come out?


Yeees AoE2HD here i come
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Re: Steam Summer Sale 2013

#29  Postby Bribase » Jul 13, 2013 7:31 pm

Bribase wrote:Aaand the floodgates have opened.

Now I want Hitman: Absolution and the Batman games.


Just read a review. I'm not paying 4.99 for a game that'll only piss me off. Perhaps Max Payne 3 and Tom Raider.
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Re: Steam Summer Sale 2013

#30  Postby Seabass » Jul 13, 2013 9:51 pm

All ten Tomb Raider games for $17US. Had to pull the trigger on that one.

Also:
Stardrive - $10
Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion - $13
Hitman Absolution - $6
Sleeping Dogs - $6

I've got my eye on Anno 2070 and the new Civ 5 xpac.


I probably won't even play half this shit, but these deals are too good to pass up.
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Re: Steam Summer Sale 2013

#31  Postby Mazille » Jul 14, 2013 10:06 am

Seabass wrote:

I probably won't even play half this shit, but these deals are too good to pass up.

The story of pretty much every Steam Sale.
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Re: Steam Summer Sale 2013

#32  Postby Munchies » Jul 14, 2013 11:20 am

I'm a bit skint at the moment but I just go Defiance for £7 (Slight reduction on retail price there). I heard a lot of bad things about it but I'm actually enjoying it. Someone commented (IGN I think) that they didn't get the 'Where had my day gone?' feeling that they did with WoW but I did (Well where did those 4 hours go at least) plus I had to force myself not to do one more mission. To be honest an MMO hasn't made me feel like that since I played WoW years ago. Tera, Rift and all those new ones just don't do it for me.

Oh and I got Planetside 2 but that doesn't really count because it's free to play. Incidentally if anyone does play that game on an EU server give me a shout!
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Re: Steam Summer Sale 2013

#33  Postby Mazille » Jul 14, 2013 5:20 pm

So, who are you people on steam anyway?

Me, I go by "mazille" there too.
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Re: Steam Summer Sale 2013

#34  Postby Thomas Eshuis » Jul 14, 2013 6:02 pm

Linthras.
Was wondering whether I should buy Remember Me, but after watching a couple of reviews, I don't think I want to spend 30€ on it.
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Re: Steam Summer Sale 2013

#35  Postby Munchies » Jul 14, 2013 6:37 pm

Moment of weakness - Deadlight, Arma 2 (All DLC), and Fallout Las Vegas (All DLC)
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Re: Steam Summer Sale 2013

#36  Postby Mazille » Jul 15, 2013 6:16 am

Thomas Eshuis wrote:Linthras.
Was wondering whether I should buy Remember Me, but after watching a couple of reviews, I don't think I want to spend 30€ on it.

Yeah, I was thinking the same thing. Looks interesting, but not 24€ interesting. Also, you have an invite. :cheers:
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Re: Steam Summer Sale 2013

#37  Postby Bribase » Jul 15, 2013 6:52 am

Munchies wrote:Moment of weakness - Deadlight, Arma 2 (All DLC), and Fallout Las Vegas (All DLC)


Thanks for the reminder :thumbup:

I was actually replaying New Vegas when the Steam sale hit.
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Re: Steam Summer Sale 2013

#38  Postby Matt8819 » Jul 15, 2013 9:04 am

Nothing too much from this sale that I wanted. I wanted Gunpoint but it didn't make it in the community vote. I may still buy it though.

Kerbal Space Program - $13.79
Civ 5 Gold DLC pack - $10

One thing I'm debating is Articy:Draft. On sale now for half off, but still $50.
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Re: Steam Summer Sale 2013

#39  Postby Mazille » Jul 16, 2013 6:22 am

I need some quick help before I head off to work.
Is it worth it to get the CK2 collection for 20 bucks, which includes everything but the Old Gods expansion, or should I just get the base game for 10€?
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Re: Steam Summer Sale 2013

#40  Postby Mazille » Jul 16, 2013 7:03 am

Never mind. :mrgreen:

So far:

Hotline Miami - 2,12€
FTL: Faster Than Light - 2,49€
The Walking Dead - 6,24€
Crusader Kings 2 Collection - 19,99€
Total: 30,84€
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