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So far I've bought:
(I mostly bought them because these games won't be buyable on other sites (in steam keys))
What have you bought so far?
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Trying to decide if I should get my cart to 30 bucks for the five dollar discount. I was saving my wallet for unreleased games on my wishlist, but five bucks is five bucks... hmm.
i did and some bucks more for those damn tokens …….
"but five bucks is five bucks..."
except in this case you're essentially getting a 14% discount off of $35
Black Sails - The Ghost Ship
Venetica - Gold Edition
Murdered: Soul Suspect
Tom Clancy’s The Division
Shadows on the Vatican Act I: Greed
The Ankh Pack
"Apparently nothing... apparently nothing at all~" (c)
Tom Clancy the division, Turing test and Hitman old games collection
hitman silent assassin and hitman contracts <3
Hmmm Blood Money is my fav
Dead by daylight
Tom Clancy's The Division - Gold Edition
Tormentum - Dark Sorrow
Rise of the Tomb Raider for $3.99
Not on steam I suppose?
Must be the SEA or some other region.
regional price i think
to much :\ my thought
LEGO Marvel Super Heros 2 Premium
LEGO Batman 3 Deluxe
LEGO Jurassic World DLCs
Lego Jurassic World is the worst lego game ive played, the bonus levels are all shit. the dino builder is kinda cool. bonus levels should be 100% dino levels. huge fan of lego games tho!!!
my kids LOVE this game ….. WAY MORE than the others that's why i get those DLCs
BTW you played LEGO Batman? this is what I call the worst …. and 42h in a game you don't like it's kinda torture
lego builder harry potter-best when it comes to building!!! i wish they would remake the style and update it
lego island 1 and 2
that old gamecube lego racing game, that was fun
all lego Indianian jones
all lego starwars
first 3 lego batman games
lego marvel superheroes and avengers
both lego harry potters
both lego lord of the rings
lego pirates of the Car
Lego City Undercover, wish it had local co-op
blockland, its like lego + minecraft
lego batman came out in 2008 and for its time was great. it doesnt have a ton of gameplay, but what it has is full of substance.
now they halfass lego game and pump them out, filled with bugs.Jurassic world well kinda fun, was the worst when it came to bugs, freezing, crashing, and so on. the 41 hours are for 100%, im a sucker for 100% achvments.
I kind of feel the same way. Older Lego games were better IMO, but full of bugs. The newer ones feel empty and full of bugs but fewer than the older ones.
How is Lego Lord of the Rings?
FUN, a little buggy like most lego games.
down side-most of the world is empty space
upside-the system it has for cheats you unlock items that give you powers
9/10 for me cause lord of the ring
own it on wii and PC
heres my review of the game +You can turn into dinosaurs
+You can shrink all the dinosaurs with a cheat
ooooh and lego dimensions, sunk about 60$ into that. worth every penny. waited until the sets were like 2.50$ 5$ at wallmart and grabbed some
Lots of unbundled small-fry, DLCs for titles that only get bundled as base games and the highlights below:
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Game of the Year Edition
Jade Empire: Special Edition
Sudden Strike Trilogy
Army Men Bundle
Zeus + Poseidon
The Ankh Pack
PT Boats Gold
Jade Empire and Singularity are two great hidden gems!
Couldn't agree more and it's about time I grab them in a legal format after literal years have passed since I last played them on pirated copies. This applies to a lot of games, actually. Which is why I'm mostly focusing on classics during Steam Sales. Never bundled, but not forgotten either.
I'm still thinking about getting Divinity OS (great price, but I have a hunch it will be in monthly in the next few months, and it's not urgent for me) or something else, but I successfully hyped myself up with how great games I have in my backlog so maybe I'll act like I bought my old games recently and just be happy with them :P
• Age of Empires Legacy Bundle
• Batman: Arkham Knight (still thinking about it, though. Apart from Batman VR, the last Batman game I played was Arkham Asylum)
• Borderlands: The Handsome Collection
• GTA V: Premium Online Edition
• Metal Fatigue
• Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands
• Total War: WARHAMMER II (and probably it's DLCs)
• Warhammer: Vermintide 2 (through Humble Bundle monthly, though)
Isn't it cheaper to get Metal Fatigue through the Fanatical bundle?
Oh! It definitely is. Thanks for the shout out.
Arkham Knight got a lot of crap for all the bugs (which I haven't experienced any of in my two playthroughs) and for relying on too much car action. I'd definitely get it for the 4,99€ though.
Akrham City is 4,99€ as well. A lot of people to my understanding consider it the best game in the series. Both more than worth the five bucks.
Fair enough! I'll get both. I was just thinking, I did play Arkham City, but just for 30 minutes or so.
If you're thinking about Arkham Knight, do not buy it on Steam.
I was not interested in any Batman game or Arkham Knight itself, I just wanted to play the Batgirl DLC because I started the comics.
Here's a hint,
The Arkham Knight platinum edition,is cheaper as cd-key everywhere than on Steam.
It looks like Keysellers are selling another key as just the Platinum Edition, probably resell a key from a bundle/retail or something under the same name.
my point is... i bought a platinum Edition key I think it was from mmoga (not sure) but i have received a "batman bundle key" which includes all Batman games and all DLCs If you do not have the others yet, try your luck. You have nothing to lose it is cheaper anyway;)
Get and play Arkham City before Arkham Knight, since City is a direct sequel to Asylum (and really good), and Knight is a direct sequel to City. They're both on sale, so you could get both.
+1 i prefer arkham knight cause you got the bat mobile
I think AA is the best. Batmobile of Knight is fun but it got soooo overused. Obstacle? Batmobile. It's more a batmobile game than Batman game if you ask me.
Still quite fun but would have been better if they toned it down (and for real, batmobile stealth was just... ugh)
Devs are so proud of the batmobile that the steam's short description of the game features this: "Batman: Arkham Knight introduces Rocksteady's uniquely designed version of the Batmobile."
Second sale I ended up buying sweet sweet nuffing at all. Am I cured? I feel I really have enough to play before having to spend more.
Agree on that, it's just thae 15€ in wallet that is waiting for me to use it :P
I never know when I'll go bankrupt. I still have around 900~1k games unplayed, what is 2 more?
Unfortunately I can't find anything of my liking this sale. So I did not buy a thing.
Did buy one game last sale but it turned out to be a very annoying game so I refunded it. Leaving me empty handed for two sales now.
The only game I really want only has 15% what is way to less for a 2 hours short game.
Hah, seems we're quite feeling the same about what Steam has to offer and/or our libraries lately. :)
I'm curious though: what game was it you disliked so much?
I also looked up your wishlist, dear curiousity of mine, to see what you want so much, and I have to agree, it does seem a bit high an asking price for what it seems to offer. Never heard of that one before also. It strikes me as not your typical type of game, amirite? It looks rather ... quirky to me. In a good way actually. I'll keep an eye out for that one from now on ;)
Well we already had the same taste in games so this sounds like a natural sequence to me lol.
When I am out of ideas I sometimes check your wl to find a few more gems so...
I bought The Wild Eternal last sale. It was very long and high on my WL so when it got a good discount I bought it right away (and hated it).
You are right about Stone, it's not 100% my typical game but it has something I can't explain, that's very appealing. And it is casual, story based, lots of humor and no fighting. So definitely 90% Annenouk proof.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Blood and Wine
South Park The Fractured But Whole
Assassin's Creed Liberation
Clue/Cluedo: The Classic Mystery Game
Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap
Yoku's Island Express
Hero of the Kingdom III
A lot of DLC to "complete" some games before I play them, and a bunch of cool looking indy RPGs
Hidden Folks - Beach Pack | Crypt of the NecroDancer: AMPLIFIED | Tales from Candlekeep - Qawasha the Human Druid | FORCED SHOWDOWN - Supreme Skin Pack | FORCED SHOWDOWN - Drone Invasion | Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion® - Outlaw Sectors™ DLC | Total War: WARHAMMER II - Rise of the Tomb Kings | Saint's Row: Gat Out of Hell - Devil's Workshop Pack | FORCED SHOWDOWN - Deluxe Edition Content | Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion - Stellar Phenomena® | Saints Row: The Third - Unlockable Pack | Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion - Forbidden Worlds® DLC | Sins of a Solar Empire®: Rebellion - Original Soundtrack | Saints Row: The Third - Bloodsucker Pack
Torn Tales: Rebound Edition
The Amber Throne | Nadia Was Here | Xanadu Next | Lili: Child of Geos - Complete Edition
FTL: Faster Than Light
Jade Empire™: Special Edition
Borderlands: The Handsome Collection
Tormentum - Dark Sorrow
Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter
I already bought Galaxy of Pen and Paper in january with a 80% off coupon+Lionheart, most I spend in a year on Steam since 2015 already.
The Witcher 3 GOTY
Sherlock Holmes The Devil's Daughter
Divinity Original Sin
If you ever wanted to hear Nergal from Behemoth (the band) narrate a game, Apocalipsis gives you that opportunity. Trippy game as well.
It was on my WL because of the art style and i added it to reach the 30 euros. I hope i like it. ; )
I'd love to read your impressions after you play it.
Nice selection btw. Those four games have a lot of diversity.
It will probably be a while until i play it because i have my PS4 games to finish. I always try buy interesting little games so that i have something to play between long AAA games.
Black Desert Online
Don't Starve Together
Age of Empires II HD
Age of Empires II HD: Rise of the Raja
Age of Empires II HD: The African Kingdoms
Age of Empires II HD: The Forgotten
Just enough to get the -$5.00 I haven't purchased much in past 1-2 years and figured it was worth it.
I wish I went with Watch Dogs 2 after discovering this post, you guys made good choices.
Celeste and Tom Clancy's The Division
Still thinking about buying The Messenger
The things I was planning on getting didn't even go on sale... So I've bought nothing
Any suggestions? :P
Thanks I'll consider it!
Far Cry 5 (Standard)
GOD EATER 3
Planning to get BlazBlue Continuum Shift if my STC listings sells enough to buy the game.
I had resolved to not buy anything... but then I saw that 'we'll give you five dollars off 30!' and caved.
I got Demonheart and Oblivious Garden, two visual novels, and Pinstripe, Bendy and the Ink Machine, and Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate. (My girlfriend also got me Heaven Will Be Mine as a gift!)
Heaven Will Be Mine looks really interesting. You'll have to tell me how you like it.
I have mixed feelings - a friend of mine really, REALLY loved it after I got it for them for Christmas, but I felt like that dev team's first VN (We Know the Devil) to be a real miss. So we'll see!
Whenever I get around to it, you'll hear about it c:
Out of curiosity, why didn't you like We Know the Devil? (I absolutely loved it and it's nice to see someone else who at least played it)
It's been a bit, so anything specific has kind of faded from memory.
I just remember all the emotional beats... not landing, so everything felt kind of rushed and soupy until the girls were all turning into celestial beings and I didn't get why. I found the language and the mystical realism - which I typically LOVE - to be really impenetrable. It was a personal let down for me. Less because of an inherent flaw and more because I just couldn't connect to or engage with it.
Does that make sense?
Makes total sense. I know of someone else who couldn't get into it either because she found the writing hard to understand. Personally I think it might be one of the reasons why I liked this VN so much. Like that part where they tinkered with radios, I know next to nothing about these things and it almost felt like they were doing magic rituals or something (considering the game's symbolism, it might be by design, although I researched a couple things about radios after playing the game and I could understand the technical lingo they were using for my following playthroughs - but a part of the magic kinda died that way :/).
Apart from that I really loved the music. It felt completely suffocating and was really appropriate.
Since Heaven Will Be Mine has a completely different setting, I don't know if I'll like it as much since I'm not really into mechs, but they kept the same artist and the Sailor Moon references so chances are high I'll like it anyway.
I read a glowing review for it from a trusted source, enough that I put it on my wishlist, but I don't really know the dev and haven't played their previous VN. I think it may have a demo on itch.io? I'll have to take a look.
i bought pummel party and bored after few hours