The next set of Steam Summer Sale dailies have been revealed and among them is Skyrim, for 50% off. Not as low as I had hoped, but still a great deal none the less.
Ugh, I have it on 360, but I wanna get it for mods on the PC.
DAMN YOU STEAM! I dont have the money for ALL these games!
I bought it yesterday for 33% off. Only $10 dollars difference but DAMN U DAILY SALES!
Yep, never buy under 50%. Depending on how old the game you should evern wait till 66% or better. Come on Arma 2. Ready for the deal to try out Dayz.
yeah rookie for real, i copped this for 50% off but even that might be higher than what it could eventually end at, if it turns into a flash deal or something. on the last day of the sale it's virtually guaranteed to be 50% off again.
Yeah, it's best to wait until the very last day of the sale before springing for anything that's part of a pack. The packs stay up the whole time, so it's best to make sure the thing you want doesn't show up as a daily deal over the course of the 10 days.
And only oike what 2nd 3rd day already like christmas all over again dam unfair on my pockets.
Still to expensive. Make it $15 and its a done deal.
Are the Ubisoft games any worth the discount? I really wanted From Dust but Ubisoft's DRM debacle scarred me from getting it. Are they still plagued by the old draconian DRM or are the Steam versions are better?
From Dust is an ok game, but the controls from what I heard are kinda iffy on PC's. Might wanna look up a review to confirm that. I have it on my 360 and it's a lot of fun, for a while.
I've read the reviews and aware of its shortcomings. I usually buy games like these (interesting games but so much is against them like the DRM and controls to warrant a fully-priced, first day purchase) when they're dirt cheap just to try them out. Just want to see what's all the fuss is about without sacrificing too much money.
I'd go ahead and grab it then. It's a unqiue experience and the environmental affects are awesome. Idk a whole lot about DRM so I can't really help ya there.
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