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In Topic: Steam+ Deals Mega Thread (All PC Gaming Deals)

Yesterday, 10:29 PM

If you bought Superhot, you're going to get the new sequel for free. Doesn't include giveaways or bundles though.


I can't figure out where I got my copy. I feel like it was a bundle, but ITAD doesn't list any bundles I bought. 


I added it to Steam at the end of 2016. I guess it doesn't matter where I got it; very little chance I'll get the sequel free I guess.

In Topic: Steam+ Deals Mega Thread (All PC Gaming Deals)

Yesterday, 02:08 PM

For my haul I ended up getting Ancient Enemy and Dicey Dungeons. Even though I know they'll probably end up "free" or in a bundle sometime in the next year, I don't mind supporting them. 


To get up to $30, I looked around for recommendations and bought some cheap stuff that looked like my types of games:

Trivia Throwdown



Genital Jousting

Runefall bundle


Chef Solitaire USA


Ionball 3

In Topic: Humble Bundle Thread

03 July 2020 - 06:44 PM

I've played BH2 during free weekends and have been pretty disappointed by it, but I still love the franchise enough that I knew I'd get it someday. I really disagree with some of the choices in the game, but I like the streaming music integration and it does have a big progression model if you're into that kind of thing. This whole bundle is cheaper than BH2's previous low, so I went ahead and unpaused for the first time since Choice started up.


Picked up Verlet Swing and Metal Unit since those both looked like something I would play. Already "have" Void Bastards and Planetfall via game pass, so I sold off my other choices for $13. Pretty happy with that turnout.

In Topic: Steam+ Deals Mega Thread (All PC Gaming Deals)

02 July 2020 - 04:58 PM

Conan Exiles in tomorrow's Humble Choice? They seem to like repeating monthly games lately.

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02 July 2020 - 04:53 PM

70 dollars is a hard sell for a lot of games.  I know games haven't gone up in price since the 360 launch and inflation is a thing but sadly my pay hasn't gone up 10 dollars in an hour in that time either.  

If you need a $10/hr raise to pay for a raise in video game prices then you have problems way bigger than video games going up in price. A 10 cent an hour increase would get you an extra $200 a year (assuming 40h/wk) which would easily pay for the $10 difference on the handful of games that are worth buying at launch each year.


Also, if we're going by inflation, games should be closer to $80 than $70 by now.