Looked up the Logitech G27 and this video came up:
Now I want the wheel and City Car Driving it is also trying to get greenlit: http://steamcommunit...s/?id=107382151
...now to just turn on some Judas Priest, and *zoom*
Twice a year, hundreds of thousands of these creatures congregate here for "Steam Sales", to attempt to find mates and to be preyed upon by albatross.
You make this sound like A Game of Lemmings
I don't know - I liked NFS: Shift 1, for the short time I played it. Don't know why I never went back - probably bought newer games and other games got in the way.
Oh, BTW - have you played NFS: Most Wanted (2012) yet...?
I thought Bulletstorm was awesome. I wish they (People Can Fly) would do a damn sequel...
Nah, the serious performance problems deterred me from picking it up for $20 at Xmas. (I should look into the current state of those.) At this point I'm waiting for $10 ($15 if I can have confidence in the performance problems being fixed... honestly I'd rather pick up a NFS MW (2012) pack with the currently released DLC.
so I'm starting to get the feeling no one is really excited for the Steam Summer sale. Bad deals got you down?
Don't mind them too much, they're just grumpy since they own most of what they actually want (and are waiting on dirt-cheap prices on the rest). Steam has been experimenting with their seasonal sales lately so the format keeps shifting a bit... the total number of games with sub-50% discounts has been lower in recent sales. This also means that less random but interesting stuff pops up (e.g. The Maw). Also in the past year, Amazon, GMG, & GG sales have been putting steam sales to shame. That said the Steam sale is still worth watching. (Also a good chance to pick up DLC.)
I picked up Bulletstorm in the Summer '12 sale for $5.
For past sales history I strongly recommend checking out the price trackers in my sig. Some cover more than just steam. Price trackers are representative but don't provide the complete picture (e.g. they don't factor in coupons, they'll miss the Amazon Bundles). Searching slickdeals.net (game + PC/Steam/Origin) and sifting through the results will usually reveal promos that the pricetrackers missed. That said, the price trackers are very useful.