In celebration of this year's annual QuakeCon event, Steam has compiled a bundle so amazing, I can barely believe my eyes. 27 id and Bethesda games for just £50! And when some of those games are Fallout 3: Game of the Year Edition, it's a steal! Don't hesitate.
It's a truly extraordinary deal, as the cost of this bundle at the individual price of each game would in fact be £174.42, which means you save £124.43. Now I'm no mathematician. Far from it, in fact. I'm never trusted with duties that include numbers. But I know, with my numerically-challenged brain, that this is some deal!
It's enough to last you for a life time. Seriously, if I were to be stranded on a desert island, and yet, for some inexplicable reason, was given the choice to bring something with me, I'd choose a PC and purchase this deal, pronto. Fallout 3 and Elder Scrolls Oblivion alone have sucked hundreds of hours from millions of fans. You could relive the entire Doom and Quake series, or dabble in some obscure titles, like Call of Cthulu or Heretic: Shadow of the Serpent Riders. Great name, by the way.
Whenever I write a deal, I'm often positive about it because it's cheap and in this current climate of ever-increasing prices, it's nice to find cheap games and good to buy them. But I couldn't be more effusive about this deal. 27 games for 50 pounds? The list is incredible varied, too, with old-school and new-school FPS', groundbreaking RPGs and quirky indies. Forgot parting with 50 bob for a full-price game. Buy 27, yes, 27 for the same damn price!