This isn’t one of Steam’s featured deals today, and if we’re honest we’ve seen the price at lower points in the past, but the current reduction makes it the cheapest price available for the PC version. Over £4 separates it from the next best deal.
The stylised platformer had the gaming world in awe when it was released, and at this price it is almost rude not to give it a go if you haven’t already. Minimal in its presentation, and thought provoking in its content, Matt gave it a 10 in his review. For the price of a pint, you can find out why for yourself.
Another day, another new bunch of deals for Steam users to get their hands on. Here are our three picks of the current cycle, which will expire at 6pm today.
Sid Meier’s Civilization V (£6.79): The latest instalment in the turn-based strategy series had many changes from the usual formula, including a hexagonal game board and non-stacking units, but it all worked well (bar the lack of animations in multiplayer.) With a saving of around £7, it’s definitely worth a look.
Limbo (£1.79): The stylised platformer had the gaming world in awe last year, and at this price it is almost rude not to give it a go if you haven’t already. Minimal in its presentation, and thought provoking in its content, Matt gave it a 10 in his review. At a ridiculous sub-£2 price, you can find out why for yourself.
RAGE (£14.99): It wasn’t the grand return of the id Software reign that some were hoping, but it’s a beautifully brutal game with shooting mechanics that are incredibly satisfying. It’s just a same everything beyond that was a little lacklustre. Still, at £15 and a saving of a fiver, it might be worth a go.
You can find the rest of the available offers at the link here!
The Xbox Live Hits Collection contains three truly epic games, for slightly more money than a single one would usually set you back on XBLA. Let's review the facts:
1: Splosion Man is brilliant.
2: Trials HD is brilliant.
3: Limbo got 10/10
So, you should probably go ahead and buy this. Immediately.