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#1
Steam sale has begun. Watch your wallets, people!
...and if you tell that to the kids of today, they wont believe you!

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#2
"It's sale time!"


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I strongly suggest anyone who hasn't played Valkyria Chronicles (it was a PS3 exclusive back in the day) to go and pick it up. It's obscenely cheap. That means you Bezza. Now. Mush.

My other two tips are "This War of Mine" & "The Talos Principle". They're discounted currently, but expect them to get the full Steam sale treatment before long.
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#4
I am honestly going to give the sale a miss, I haven't completed a game in ages. Literally the last game I completed (that I haven't before) was Shadow of Mordor, or maybe CoD back in november. I have Dragon Age and Unity to finish... or rather embarassingly even start! Then I have Halo and GTA to polish off, Witcher to lose myself in, State of Decay to have fun in, got to do Bioshock for a video, Dying Light because I have a secret love of it, XCOM is always there chipping an hour a week, then there's Batman next week, or the week after, not to mention Metro, Wolfenstein (x2), Chalice thingy, borderlands (x2), escapists and outlast.

That's not to mention finishing up my faves MGS and minecraft, forza and fifa, and having a dabble on BF4 or Titanfall.

Long story short, I could buy the games on steam but I'd never play them. Im just glad it's cloudy right now, it's 23 degrees but it's cloudy, that means it's ok to be inside and play xbox.
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#5
Is civ 5 any good? Cdkeys have got the goty edition for £4 and I was thinking of getting it for my son.
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Syd says its amazing but I can never find the time to put in to understand how to play it, it is a consumer of time big...time.
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#7
Cheers Bezza. For £4 I'm gonna give it a go.
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#8
Utomik have announced a partnership with SEGA, bringing more games to their subscription service, including everyone's favourite hedgehog, Sonic The.
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#9
GOG.com, run by CD Projekt of The Witcher fame, have instituted a new policy where if you own certain games on Steam that GOG also sell, you can link your Steam profile and get GOG copies for no charge. GOG's games are generally DRM-free, you can usually download offline installers and install them on older machines that you might not want to connect to the internet (ie. Windows XP machines), or if you have older games that require a certain amount of "tinkering" to work on modern systems, like hacking the executables to run in Widescreen resolutions, which might cause problems with Steam. The Steam overlay has been reported to cause problems in certain games, too.

The list is pretty small at the moment, around 20 games, but hopefully if the feature proves popular there'll be a larger list. For reference, I had The Witcher 1 & 2, Saints Row 2, Broken Sword Director's Cut, Unreal Gold and Trine Enchanted Edition in my Steam library and the latter four got unlocked in GOG. I'd already used my Witcher 1 & 2 CD keys to unlock them on GOG, but if you haven't already done that it's not needed any more.

More details at https://www.gog.com/connect
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#10
Steam copies of both System Shock: Enhanced Edition and System Shock 2 up for grabs in our latest giveaway!


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