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What is your preferred source of Steam games?
Since 1 Jun I was unable to connect to the internet and this situation will last for for a few more days (the ISP messed up some things when changing the contract settings and the issues can be solved only when they send per post a new device, which takes a few days normally).
I'll be trying to keep up with bundle threads and Barter.vg additions as much as I can using mobile internet, but please know that there will be delays in creating new threads and updating the current ones. My mobile data costs a ton, so I am trying to use it as little as I can.
Not going to make a separate thread for this one, since it's just a store deal falsely advertised as a bundle (just 67% off) and it lasts only 1 week:
View this bundle on: ITAD - Barter.vg
A re-run of an older Mystery bundle:
I think it's new, I'm really sorry if it's not.
It is, I was just working on the thread. Got a bit delayed because I had to research This War of Mine subs, with little success though since there can be multiple ways that they deliver it.
There are 2 games and some rpg maker stuffs. Not sure if you are planning to list them (there are a lot), but i figure i'll leave it here just in case.
Not sure if it's worth the 1.5h I spent (so far) on this thread, but here it is:
Thanks for your hard work! I didnt know it will take that long. Maybe it is better to leave it out next time since it is mostly non games. Now I feel bad since you have to spend that much time sorting it...
A Humble Bundle / Fanatical Build-a-Bundle kind of thread usually takes ~1h of updates after the initial post (researching subs, packages, region locks, fixing CV, processing comments etc) so that's my normal jam so to speak.
This one was particularly frustrating because it's more of a mess than usual and instead of doing my normal routine, I spent that time guessing for what game a DLC was (since there were multiple with the same name and ofc Humble Bundle is too lazy to list their full Steam names, which include the base game).
On top of that, the huge mess is them having mistagged around 10 items as DRM-free instead of Steam. Managing 50+ items is hard enough, but this just shows how much of a quick & dirty job the Humble Bundle employees do when launching a bundle. They simply don't care about the correctness of the information showed on their bundle page, often misinforming people.
No need to feel bad, I was going to make a thread anyway, but I wasn't around the PC at normal bundle launch time to check if they released anything new, so the thread took a while to appear.
Whoa, that takes a lot of time! Thank you again for all of your hardwork. I really appreciate it.
That's horrible. They don't seem to care enough to do a double check of their bundles. I wouldn't be surprised if people are asking refund when they get a dlc for a game that they don't have.
There is some kind of bundle at Indiegala : https://www.indiegala.com/store/game/pdx-mini-legacy-bundle/paradox_bundle
Not announced in their list of bundles, but still looks like one (and announced as such).
Key for Knights of Pen and Paper 2 Deluxiest Edition also activated dlc "Here be dragons" for me
Edit: I'm dumb, I missed it, even though it literally says so on the store page... o.O