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Ralizah

Dark Souls: Prepare to Die edition is only $7.49.

I'll finally be able to try this game!

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Swiket

Platypus wrote:

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Deep-Silver---Metro%3A-Last-Light...)/9592148.p?id=1219046650885&skuId=9592148&isLogout=true&DPSLogout=true&_requestid=46472

Last night for one one cent. I ordered a few, but Best Buy hasn't sent the keys yet, so I'm not sure it works.

I bought it about an hour ago and got my code about 15 minutes later. It totally worked, ahahaha.

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irken004

It's day 3 of the sale and so far I ended up with:
QUBE
Surgeon Simulator 2013
Hard Reset
and Tomb Raider: Underworld ($0.80!!!)

Platypus

So far, I have picked up:
To the Moon
Surgeon Simulator 2013
Puzzle Quest 2
Just Cause 2
and Grid

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V8_Ninja

My goodies so far;

  • Borderlands 2 Psycho pack
  • Hotline Miami
  • Tomb Raider: Anniversary

Also, you guys might want to take advantage of the Tomb Raider series pricing mistake. Several games for little over 50 cents each ain't a bad deal.

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Geonjaha

Has anyone here played any of the old Tomb Raider games?
Wanting to know which ones are best to pick up (from the ones for 44p).

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Magikarp3

I've snagged Sleeping Dogs for 6 dollars, very satisfying. I speak Mandarin, not Cantonese though, so it's a bit of a shame that I'm not going to get the most immersion out of it. (Dang traditional Chinese characters!)

I'm really interested in The Witcher 2 for 5 dollars, but will I need to play the first Witcher to understand the plot? I know the first game is also on sale, it's just that 2 WRPGs and an open world game are going to eat up a lot of my time.

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Platypus

For my final purchase, I(and about half my Steam friends) picked up Fallout 3 and New Vegas. I like it, but this game is extremely unfriendly to new players. Even worse than Oblivion.

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AlexSays

Whoever hasn't picked up Bioshock Infinite seriously need to if they even remotely like interesting stories and shooting things. From what I've played it is one of the greatest games of last gen. I haven't replayed a game in very likely near a decade, yet I'm already thinking about replaying this one once I've finished it.

On another note, somehow I've already spent almost 100 bucks and we're not even half way through. I was aiming to be cheap this year. >.>

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CanisWolfred

Is Infinite better than BioShock 1? Because I'm replaying that now and seriously wondering why I ever liked this game...the story is trite, confused, yet barely there, all at the same time. The difficulty is through the roof in the worst kind of way, particularly with the way Big-Daddies use up pretty much all of my sparse ammo, and I can't stand how creepy everything is. The plasmids are cool, but I still feel like they could be used better...other than that I have nothing positive to say about it.

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AlexSays

I couldn't even finish Bioshock 1. lol

Everything has been improved for me. The story is more interesting and audio devices do a better job of making sense. The gunplay is improved and the replacement for plasmids is more interesting. I love the openness and the freedom of the game, especially in gun fights. The difficulty is perfect, if you explore you are rewarded with plenty of ammunition and money to purchase upgrades. I've only died once and I'm not a super hardcore expert gamer.

I pretty much love everything. Elizabeth, the attention to detail in the environment, the soundtrack.. everything. If you don't care about spoiling a beginning part of the game, just watch this.

I could walk around that area and listen to that song all day. lol. Everything about this game is terrific.

AlexSays

AlexSays

Here's a link with that song. Love it.

The whole depiction of religion and slavery and how they tie in with the story is really engaging too. Especially with the game's attention to detail.

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Drobotic

I finally got the main Half-Life games(excluding Blue Shift and Opposing Force)and am enjoying them.Also,I got Meat Boy,Sanctum 2,Don't Starve,and the map packs for Sanctum 1.

Currently playing:A little bit of everything :D
Fan of:Adventure Time,The Legend of Korra,The Amazing World of Gumball,Regular Show,Futurama,and gaming on handhelds,consoles,and the PC.

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AlexSays

Nobodys_Angel wrote:

By the way, Half Life 3 is real and there's even a beta out right now.

Har har

I've had so many steam friends add non-steam games and name them Half Life 3 Beta. >.>

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Platypus

AlexSays wrote:

Nobodys_Angel wrote:

By the way, Half Life 3 is real and there's even a beta out right now.

Har har

I've had so many steam friends add non-steam games and name them Half Life 3 Beta. >.>

I thought I was the only one who did that!

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AlexSays

Platypus wrote:

I thought I was the only one who did that!

Nope though I saw you do it tonight you evil platypus.

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