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The STEAM Sales and Releases Thread

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https://store.steampowered.com/bundle/24494/Gold_Box_Classics/

Am I grossly mistaken or were these on sale for far less on GoG? Even the 50% off from buying the bundle seems way more expensive than GoG prices, I thought that shit was in the $10 range for all of it during sales.
Yah - GoG has probably had them all in the $0.97 range at some point. If you still play any of these games, purchase the set. While I'm naturally a cheapskate, the included gui for the launcher, manuals, utilities just make it easier to get up and going for an extra couple of bucks.
 

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The Last Starship is the latest video game from acclaimed Indie developer and creator of Prison Architect, Introversion Software. Start with an empty starship hull and fit her out with propulsion, life-support, weapons and FTL drive, before blasting off into the galaxy to test your design against a range of procedurally generated missions. Build a massive asteroid mining operation; rescue civilians from a transport with a critical engine failure, or build an armada and pick a fight with the pirates who plague the galaxy!
 
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Hadn't heard from Introversion in ages after they sold off Prison Architect, I thought they fell off the planet. Sounds cool though, combination of business management/builder and some freeform Privateer shit. Not really sure it'll be as simmy as the idea suggests just because their games tend to be on the light side but it's a cool concept.
 

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Looking at the screenshots and thinking great another indie spaceship management game. But if it's Introversion I'm genuinely interested. They released Scanner Sombre after PA then I believe they were testing out a bunch of concepts but ditched them all.
 

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Activision brings back Call of Duty to Steam.



They better bring Crash Bandicoot 4 too :argh:

Modern Warfare 2 was the first $60 game on Steam in 2009, now MW2 is the first $70 one. Activision leading the charge, as always.

https://arstechnica.com/gaming/2009/08/modern-warfare-2-gets-console-tax-now-costs-60-on-pc/?amp=1
Modern Warfare 2 gets console tax: now costs $60 on PC
  • Ben Kuchera
  • 08/19/2009 11:03 am
  • Categories:Gaming & Culture
Gamers have long put up with the $60 price tag associated with the release of current-generation console games, but PC games have largely avoided the trend with $50 or under price points for new games. It looks like that trend may be coming to a close, as Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is being spotted online at a $60 price point for the PC.

GameStop? $60 for the regular edition. Amazon? $60 for the regular edition. Best Buy? $60 for the regular edition. It looks like the $10 premium is finally coming to the world of PC gaming.
 

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It's available and in promo
 

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The Explorator, fairy tale meets Serious Sam (wait there was one in SS2) I guess. Gameplay described in the store page sounds different from SS though:





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Vice NDRCVR, 80s narco thriller where you play an agent go undercover as Cartel's computer operator:



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Wastebraver: A Tiny Survival Tale, 1-bit art survival thing with rhythm battle:



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Enemy of the State, top-down shooter set in the Prohibition era:



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I don't know how to post direct steam purchase links, but Ark: survival evolved is free rn
From my friends list Nael and Ormagoedden(? can't tag) want this
 

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