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Steam Autumn Sale Roundup | Wakey Wakey

Author:
Jonathan Lester
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Deals
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Alan Wake, Castle Crashers, Closure, Legend Of Grimrock, PC games, Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery EP, The Witcher, VVVVVV

Steam Autumn Sale Roundup | Wakey Wakey

I could have sworn that the Steam Autumn sale was supposed to end on the 26th, but hey, I'll never complain about extra deals. That said, I haven't done that 'sleep' thing in a while...

The big news today is that you can get all the Alan Wake for less than £8, Legend Of Grimrock for less than £3 and some great indie games for less than the price of a London pint.

Alan Wake Franchise Bundle | £7.74

  • Alan Wake and downloadable spinoff Alan Wake's American Nightmare are both on sale individually, but you can save even more by getting them both together. A great way of experiencing a full series.

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare | £9.99
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 | £9.99
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 | £19.99

  • Black Ops who? If you're afraid of Treyarch for whatever reason, there are a couple of savings to be had here.

Castle Crashers | £3.35

  • A classic.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive | £5.99

  • Well, you still can't play it on PS3.

Legend of Grimrock | £2.99

  • Old school dungeon crawling given a fresh lick of paint and some brilliantly-designed puzzles. It now has a map editor too. Review here.

The Witcher | £1.74

The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings | £4.99

  • Exquisite RPGs at decent prices. We've seen similar deals before, but they're still incredibly affordable.

Indie Awesomeness

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GetsugaTenshoS  Nov. 27, 2012 at 10:19

If you don't already have Toki Tori that's another great indie game you can buy on Steam. It's 34p in this sale so it's definitely worth a look.

Quietus  Nov. 27, 2012 at 10:20

As for when the sale ends: No, it doesn't end on the 26th - that's when the last 'new deal' is posted. The main, daily deals run for 48 hours, so the ones posted last night will end at 17:59 tomorrow (28th). The rest should end tonight at 17:59.

Hope that's clear, as it started to sound a bit waffly as I was typing!:p

JonLester  Nov. 27, 2012 at 10:31

If you don't already have Toki Tori that's another great indie game you can buy on Steam. It's 34p in this sale so it's definitely worth a look.


Mentioned that yesterday, you're right, it's definitely worth a punt at 34p.

Binding of Isaac (with DLC) is similarly cheap.

Last edited by JonLester, Nov. 27, 2012 at 10:36
Jaffo  Nov. 27, 2012 at 10:50

Crazy but it's actually cheaper to buy CS:GO as part of Counter-Strike Complete. Saves 30p!

Also irks me that COD:MW never goes below £9.99, considering it's age. If they dropped it to a fiver, I'd pick it up just to play the AC-130 mission over and over.

GetsugaTenshoS  Nov. 27, 2012 at 11:46

If you don't already have Toki Tori that's another great indie game you can buy on Steam. It's 34p in this sale so it's definitely worth a look.


Mentioned that yesterday, you're right, it's definitely worth a punt at 34p.

Binding of Isaac (with DLC) is similarly cheap.


It's almost surprising that they don't have a few £1 indie bundles with the prices some of these games are at.

Crazy but it's actually cheaper to buy CS:GO as part of Counter-Strike Complete. Saves 30p!

Also irks me that COD:MW never goes below £9.99, considering it's age. If they dropped it to a fiver, I'd pick it up just to play the AC-130 mission over and over.


If you have a friend that owns the retail version of the game you could install that and use their activation key for it as it can be used multiple times since it isn't Steamworks. I did that because I already own the game on the 360 and was just wanting to try one or two things out.

Last edited by GetsugaTenshoS, Nov. 27, 2012 at 11:48

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