Hotline Miami @ $4.99 (I know!
Harry Batman Pack $13.99 (This was a great deal on things that me and Mrs. Gatsby LOVE)
Lego Batman $4.99 (Can't miss the first one!)
Assassin's Creed Brotherhood Deluxe Edition $2.49 (coupon to burn, great price, disappointed its not Steam but I'll survive, somehow...)
The WTF Pack $4.99 (used the coupon 'cause I already had Borderlands GOTY from the Steam Summer Sale, wanted Duke and The Darkness II was a welcome bonus.)
Sega Genesis Classic Game Pack $4.87 (This I was a little miffed about. I had bought most of these in the spring and had e-mailed Customer Support a few days prior to buying this when I saw Steam keys were now available, but didn't get a response. Its worth it, though, for not having to download 50 individual Sega Genesis games.)
Microsoft Xbox Wireless PC Controller $38.01 (Technically not a DVG, but it was definitely inspired by all the stuff I picked up on Amazon coupled with Steam Big Picture.)
Dreamcast Pack $4.99 (This was pretty cool. My DC gets no love. It's like that elderly aunt you really adore but can never seem to find the time to actually visit.)
Dead Island Game of the Year Edition $5.99 (I bought the regular version on Steam like the day before it went GotY. I was a little pissed, but I've heard enough good things about it that I figured, hell, $6 is less than the DLC.)
Scribblenauts Unlimited $7.49 (I don't know why we decided to get this. It was a random impulse, and it just clicked that I'd heard a lot of good things about Scribblenauts and it seemed the most laptop-friendly. This was probably the best purchase of the bunch, surprisingly, as its great for two people to be playing curled up in bed on a cold winter night.)
Hotline Miami @ $0 x5 (Didn't see anything else to use my coupons on - and I still have a bunch of $5 EC coupons left!)
Steam (Note: 99% of the time, I buy Steam games and keep them in my inventory in the event that they are later released in some kind of package or deal on a key, I can easily trade the spare and the Inventory games tend to have more clout when trading. Also, I've been rapidly turning the GameStop credit I got from taking in my console stuff and some light flipping into Steam Wallet, so not spending "real" cash helps. Don't worry, I love trading to Amazon, too, but there were some promotions I was taking advantage of for the trades.):
Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II $2.49 (I still haven't played it and I loved
the first one.
Sonic Hits Collection Holiday 2012 $29.99 (I should have bought this from Amazon, I know, five bucks less, but credit. Kind of kicking myself now, actually.)
Alice Madness Returns $4.99 (Five bucks and NOT on Origin. And I traded my PS3 copy for $20 GS -> SteamWallet, so I appreciated the circle of flip.)
Galactic Civilizations IV $4.99 (I was probably drunk and talking to someone who was raving about how good this genre was and how this game was one of the best. Should have passed.)
Oblivion Game of the Year $4.99 (I have Skyrim to play, why do I do this? Good price for a good game with tons of content. I need to stop spending time buying and talking about games I buy and just play them.)
The Witcher 2 $7.49 (I should have waited but I really want to play this, but I want to play the first one first, but I want it ready for when I play it.)
Lucasarts Adventure Bundle $4.99 (Its close to the end of the sale, its not going to be a flash deal, half price is fine because a dolla twentyfive each is a great deal for classic LucasArts stuff. I really want to play the Dig, I remember getting halfway through it and not finishing it when I was younger.)
Overlord Complete Pack $4.99 (I wanted this after getting rid of my Xbox before playing them, and this was my sweet spot for the games).
Sid Meier's Civilization III Complete, Magnetis, Roogoo, Bumbldedore $3.71 (because I read someone's
guide to Steam sales that had a direct link to games sorted by price and these all had 90%-ish discounts).
Spec Ops $5 (People raved about how great it was, so I picked it up, then Tony made it really cheap on Amazon. KICKING. MYSELF.)
Civ 5 Gods& Kings $3 (I had most of the strategy bundle and just wanted to grab this.)
Dungeon Keeper 1 & 2 $6 (DK is one of my all-time favorites and they patched it so it works now.)
Halloween Bundle (Been in the mood for old school adventure games lately!)
That's my recap. Holy crap, I spent a bunch.
To curtail my spending on games, my New Year's resolution was to kick an extra $5 into my IRA for every game I buy after 1/1/13. So, this is going to be costing me a lot extra.