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19075 No. 19075 ID: f7ae22

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No. 19076 ID: c7b6c2

I just bought AAAaaaAAA for Awesome. I loved RDFG, so I'm hoping it'll be more of the same.

I fucking love Steam and its awesome price cutting.
No. 19077 ID: f7ae22

Last day of Autumn sale.
Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga - A pretty good RPG with fantastic writing. Comes with the expansion and fixes all the issues that Divinity II had at launch. About 60 hours long. $9.99 (75% off)

Bastion - Action game with very responsive control and fast-paced gameplay. Sound is where Bastion especially shines, with an outstanding soundtrack and a constant dynamic narrator that tells Bastion's interesting story in an unobtrusive way. Something around 8 hours for a single playthrough, but New Game+, Idols, and just starting over have gotten this to 41 hours for me. $10.04 (33% off)

STALKER series - Shadow of Chernobyl and Call of Pripyat are both great FPS games in an interesting setting, but Clear Sky has poor design decisions that ruin the experience. Each game is about 20-30 hours long depending on how many sidequests you do. $17.49 for a bundle of the two good games (50% off)

Torchlight - Pretty good action RPG made by the creators of Diablo and Diablo II. Extremely variable playtime, you can blow through it pretty quickly if you want to. Most people find "Normal" to be too easy. $7.49 (50% off)

Defense Grid: The Awakening - Very polished Tower Defense game, with varying levels of mazing depending on the level. The playtime you'll get out of this depends on whether you enjoy replaying levels with increased difficulty and restrictions or not. Just playing through the game is somewhere around 10 hours. $4.99 (50% off)

King's Bounty series - Based on the old King's Bounty game, these are massive strategy games with character progression and a good deal of customization. The game is pretty solidly balanced, and many different strategies will work. Unless you're not playing on the Impossible difficulty, in which case no strategy will work and you will just curl up to your frogwife and cry. I got 85 hours out of King's Bounty: The Legend just going through the game once, and I have 93 hours in Armored Princess/Crossworlds. An important thing to note is that the Crossworlds expansion has an updated version of the Armored Princess campaign, so unless you want to play it twice you should probably do the Crossworlds version of it. $17.49 (50% off) is the bundle price for both games and the expansion to the second, and I think both games are worth playing.
No. 19079 ID: 4de078

So I've been waiting to grab Europa Universalis III at a price this low for a while now and decided, what the hell- I'll play the demo before buying it.

Immediately on launch, it crashes tellimng me that I don't have the 128MB of video memory I need to run it. The fact of the matter is that I have 2215MB of video memory, so I'm guessing my system is too new? Or perhaps this is only a problem in the demo and won't be a problem if I actually buy it. Or that could be wishful thinking. I'm at a loss, here.
No. 19080 ID: 8cfd89

Aaaaaand the Achron demo immediately crashes to desktop as well. Fuckin Steam sales... making me miss out on all the PRICES and VALUES.
No. 19084 ID: 2563d4

>I have 2215MB of video memory

It worries me that graphics cards have got so penis extension-ariffic that you might actually be right.

SiN is stupidly uber-cheap, BTW, and although it's a single episode failed experiment that presumably has no ending (not played it yet), it includes the original game, which from its demo was pretty much late '90s shooter hooray, just unfortunate enough to get eclipsed by Half-Life and mostly forgotten.

Also Painkiller is cheap for yet more old-fashioned shootan, and Cargo: The Quest for Gravity if you like very strange games where you run around kicking fat dwarf versions of Richard O'Brian and bodging together infeasible vehicles. Oh, and EDGE, which is a rather charming little port from a mobile phone apparently but it doesn't show if you liked 16-bit-era isometric nagivational puzzlers like Marble Madness (but slightly less infuriating to control).
No. 19092 ID: 61113b

Okay, my mistake. I was reading the graphics memory. Yeah, I knew that didn't sound right. Actual video memory is 512MB. Point is, I'm able to play your latest blockbuster PC hit du jour at a decent framerate and yet EUIII can't seem to recognize that I have the resources to run it, leaving me unable to reap the benefits of the sale.
No. 19102 ID: 2ae337

Anno 2070 to satisfy my need to build instead of blowing shit up all the time. That and I get to be an industrial faggot just to troll the eco-freak faction.
No. 19281 ID: 2563d4

They're doing a wishlist giveaway thing again. Check the store page; this time it's just a case of looking at the highlighted game on sale (plus the usual ten-items-in-wishlist).
No. 19325 ID: f48141

Orcs Must Die on sale today. I highly recommend it.
No. 19414 ID: 8c9e51

I have a spare copy of Portal, does anybody want that? I have noone in my friendslist that does not have it :p
No. 19485 ID: 2563d4

Not quite as good as Age of Empires, but gratis DRM-free copy is worth adding to your accounts.

Also SMAC is on sale for three of your American "bucks". Because you didn't want to work on updates/fanart/whatever anyway. (As is basically all of their everything. Listing all the games that are good an on sale there would end up longer than a Golem Quest suggestion.)
No. 19506 ID: 97cc92

What I said about King's Bounty in the earlier post stands, but it is 75% off today instead of the 50% from the last sale. Fantastic and massive strategy game that's a spiritual sequel to the original King's Bounty game.
Only play on Hard if you are prepared for an actual challenge, because King's Bounty does not fuck around. The Warrior class seems a little less viable on Hard than the others, but I still beat the game on Hard with a Warrior. You are likely to be required to change up your strategy at least partially depending on what resources you have at hand, so don't expect to one-trick-pony your way through.
Impossible will constantly kick you in the dick and you will not get anywhere without being a Mage that takes advantage of everything. You are going to be short on money and troops and constantly changing up your strategy just to barely survive. I ended up getting to only level 9 on Impossible on the second game's expansion before I took a break and never came back.
No. 19508 ID: af7fd8

Never played that. How's the story?
No. 19522 ID: 97cc92

I thought the writing was pretty amusing. It's not a deep story or anything, though.
No. 19629 ID: a027cf

I should warn all of you, if you're thinking about getting From Dust, don't.

I was having fun with it until the 8th stage of the story mode. Shit is glitched and unbeatable.

gg Ubisoft.
No. 19639 ID: 2563d4

Speaking of Ubisoft's evils,
can be useful if just the one online-account DRM system is enough for you.
No. 19640 ID: 2563d4

Book of Unwritten tales is 20% off, apparently:
It's got rough edges, but from the demo it's the closest thing to a LucasArts adventure game released in years. Amusing, beautiful, and "I can't use these things together".
No. 19647 ID: a0ce56

Most definitely. It gets difficult rather fast - not the good kind of difficulty either, the shitty unfair one.
No. 19783 ID: 2563d4
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Since Steam are doing a thing that generates lots of crap to trade, look upon my wares ye mighty and despair.
No. 19853 ID: f7ae22
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Coupons I don't intend on using. Message me on Steam (Lawyer Dog) if you need one of them.
No. 19855 ID: 9c7c3b

You aren't turning up in any Steam searches, so I'll have to use this thread, but do you still have the S.T.A.L.K.E.R. coupon? And are you looking for a trade or are you just giving them away?
No. 19858 ID: f7ae22

I still have the S.T.A.L.K.E.R. coupon and I am just giving these hot dickings away. I just tried a community tab search for "Lawyer Dog" and found myself so I don't know what's wrong.
No. 19859 ID: f5343f

I don't know what happened either, but it isn't the first time a search didn't turn someone up for me.

I'll get in touch with you later today, hopefully.
No. 19923 ID: f7ae22

Still have all of these coupons to give away if someone wants one, Trout never ended up contacting me! The Serious Sam one also works for the gold edition, by the way. Also, the Valve one works on Garry's Mod.
No. 20001 ID: d6af4f

It's my intention to get Bastion, and I was directed over here in case anyone had any Bastion/Warner coupons they weren't going to use and are willing to give away for nothing but my love and thanks.
No. 20003 ID: 9c7c3b

Sorry ;_;
No. 20004 ID: fc9bc1
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I’ve got a Warner Bros coupon you can have

My other coupons are up for grabs if any one wants them…

No. 20005 ID: d6af4f

I got impatient and hit the button NOT 60 SECONDS AGO I AM SO BAD AT STEAM PURCHASES

but thank you that was very nice to know I could have had a coupon if I just waited

a minute
No. 20096 ID: 31afe3
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From now on, when someone gifts me a game, I'll draw something from it.

Why? Because. It's fun.
No. 20097 ID: 87fa55

I approve of this idea for both its artistic and mercenary qualities.
No. 20098 ID: 31afe3
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I think I was gifted Portal. I don't recall. But me and Larro totes kicked the ass of the co-op main campaign!
No. 20099 ID: 31afe3
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I'm pretty sure Isaac was gifted to me.
No. 20174 ID: 2563d4
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Aaaaa shading aaaaa sergal head shapes front-on aaaaa way way way out of my comfort zone WHERE ARE THE LINES aaaaa
No. 20190 ID: 2ae337
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I must say, the Kobolds of Kingdoms of Amalur look a bit like a mix between regular 'bolds and gnolls wrapped in a malnourished ball of paranoia and hate.
No. 20206 ID: a9f1dc
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Zenoclash is a very strange game.
No. 20454 ID: 2563d4
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Science fact of the day: Tozols and roaches are the only creatures which would survive global thermonuclear war.

Cheers to Cockhole for some redlines that I then redid differently anyway. :Vc
No. 20456 ID: 87fa55

She's got spurs that jingle jangle jingle.
No. 20708 ID: 2563d4

>"Hey guys, pay us up-front to make a proper adventure game since no sodding publisher will."
>Recieve $3,336,371, over eight times the amount asked

Internets, I am proud.

See also: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/inxile/wasteland-2
Over 2/3 of the way there in a little over a day.
No. 20878 ID: 2563d4


Go grab yourself the best pure CRPG ever made while it's free.
No. 21234 ID: ce4a4d
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I got Sanctum for Christmas. I am super punctual.
(cross-posting from an oc)
No. 21359 ID: 2563d4

Bastion and Psychonauts and Amnesia and some other filler for $8, should you have so far neglected these for not being your cup of tea.

But since some places would charge that much for said cuppa...
No. 21367 ID: 2563d4
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I got Just Cause 2 in February, which makes me 60% more punctual than Ñ.

...since he did his in one oC session whereas mine's taken since March according to my SVN logs, he might win on efficiency of throughput, though.

>Now, I'm not saying you HAVE to draw something for the steam gift fanart thread. Just that you wanted to draw a parachuting sergal upskirt shot anyway.

Dang. I totally drew a kilt instead. Time to start over!
No. 21556 ID: 34c26a

This is so awesome! Nice work!
No. 21568 ID: d49bc5


Every time I scroll past this thread, I see this fucking squirrel, and it never fails to unnerve the shit out of me.

Thought I'd let ya'll know.
No. 21569 ID: d1e9bf

I agree, and that's why I just bumped it off the front.
No. 21571 ID: f647c0

I know! Her thigh bothers me every time I look at it.
It's long past time to fix it and repost.
No. 21579 ID: eea689
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Guys, Quantum Conundrum comes out in less than a day.
My body is not ready.
No. 21599 ID: b85f8c

So how is it?
No. 21624 ID: 197830
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I've played about an hour of it, haven't had much time for games - but it's fun! The physics seem very slightly wonky, but not in a way that'll mess you up in puzzles. Oh, and your crazy uncle-with-a-radio playing the part of GLaDOS?

That's John de Lancie.
No. 21632 ID: 547b5d

In fact, the physics IS wonky in a way that can fuck you up, at least if your computer is struggling to keep up with the calculations like mine has been. Some randomness sneaks in to the object physics, and there are at least a few places where you need objects you have no control over to behave in a predictable way. I am looking at YOU, stack of safes dispenser that just spills them all over the floor.
No. 21640 ID: 197830

Ooh...I haven't run into that, I'm sorry to hear!
The only bit of physics wonk I noticed was that when I found a way to jump onto the giant rotating display in the main 'hub' room, it doesn't carry you with it - if you stand still, it will rotate out from under you and make you fall.
No. 21860 ID: 4183c9
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GOTY Edition contains all DLC (3 MP map packs, includes DLC-exclusive Day of Victory game mode; 2 skirmish packs, includes 2 new missions for each of the 5 factions)

Offer ends 23 July.

Mods, many free multiplayer maps and skirmish missions (many of them coop-enabled) available on on moddb.com and http://digitalmindsoft.eu/forums/forumdisplay.php?103-Mod-Release

For gameplay videos with commentary, see:
No. 21870 ID: 4183c9
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32 hours left of Assault Squad (and all Men of War titles) at -75%.

GOTY edition down to 8,74€.
No. 21888 ID: 9048eb

I played 'Soldiers: Heroes of WW2' to death. Had some great mods.

Never got warm with the Men of War series, despite it being a sequel/spiritual sequel.
No. 22363 ID: 4a20fa

If you even slightly like management games you need to buy this right now.
No. 22592 ID: b0d1a8
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Test tries to teach me how to play sanctum
No. 22593 ID: 4a20fa
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Meanwhile, near the maze entrance...
No. 22738 ID: 4a20fa


This is an awful lot of very good games. SMAC is lacking its expansion pack, but it's expansion pack isn't essential.
No. 22740 ID: 3338b5

Now there's a good use of two bucks. Been entirely too long since I took over the world with mind worms.

Thank you kindly for pointing that out.
No. 22896 ID: 7cc179
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Whaat gave me a spare copy of Payday: The Heist.
No. 22921 ID: 01fb66


He gave me one too, although I haven't played it yet.
No. 22930 ID: 4a20fa
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N splashed out on Dungeon Defenders.

For a splash of colour, see http://www.furaffinity.net/view/9319766/
No. 23034 ID: 4a20fa


Free Dook Nookoom Free Dee.
No. 23074 ID: 4d1d8e

winter sale is here! woooooooo!
No. 23395 ID: 67e8b2
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Thanks LionsPhil for getting me FTL, you son of a bitch.
No. 23396 ID: 7cc179

Playing on Normal, I see.
No. 23448 ID: 72fb8f

only thing missing is either rockmen or mantis teleporting onboard
No. 23493 ID: 4a20fa

You're welcome! :V

You can indirectly blame Ñ too, since he got me hooked. Bastard.

( http://www.furaffinity.net/view/9698894/ )
No. 23753 ID: 7cc179
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Ages ago, whaat got me Intrusion 2.

This game is ridiculous.
No. 24192 ID: af9733
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God damn you Organ trail! I will make it to Safe Haven this time! I swear it!
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No. 26609 ID: 60700b

Creeper World 3: Arc Eternal
( http://store.steampowered.com/app/280220/ )

though you can try out Creeper World 3: abraxis for free at Kongregate (needs unity web player, which doesn't work in Linux, for some odd reason)
( http://www.kongregate.com/games/whiteboardwar/creeper-world-3-abraxis )
No. 26634 ID: 30df25
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> mfw no Linux
I bought Creeper World 3 when it first came out. Loved the previous two Creeper World games. They all run well under WINE.

Steam refuses to offer any game to me that doesn't have an explicit Linux release, so I end up bypassing Steam half the time to buy games from the original authors. Not sure if that's better or worse.
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