Steam have done it again, giving away a large bundle of games for a really low price. I don't know about you, but I like this new direction for Steam: cheap games, awesome deals...this is what we've been clamouring for. This week, Valve's download engineers have designated this week SEGA week and so each day this week there'll be a saving on another SEGA game. Today for example, it's Aliens vs. Predator (down to £12.49) although Steam are actually giving away a whole bunch of SEGA titles including AVP, Football Manager 2010, Empire: Total War, Napoleon: Total War, SEGA All Stars-Racing and Stormrise.
Buying these games individually on Steam would actually set you back £286.27, but you'll be able to download the lot - check the full list here - for just £49.99, which Steam say will save you £236.28. That's not entirely accurate, Steam is still pretty damn expensive when it comes to individual games generally, but it'll certainly save you money reaching into three figures.
This is a package that will delight Total War fans, with fully expanded versions of Rome, Medieval II, Empire and Napoleon. In fact, there's so much Total War content here that I'd be inclined to say this deal was made for strategists. Sadly for retro SEGA fans, there might not be much here of interest, but that's not to say that there's nothing else of value here. Football Manager 2010 is absolutely fantastic (but will ruin any exam preparation you may have to do this summer) and as for SEGA All-Stars Racing and AVP hit the names of both to check out our reviews for them. To be honest, not all of the games here will be attractive, and this is a deal built for virtual tacticians, but if there are a couple of titles here that interest you it might be worth checking out.
Thanks to fedexpress at HUKD