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Steam Big Picture Mode Sale | 4th – 10th December | PC

Carl Phillips
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As we reported a short while ago, Big Picture Mode is out for all Steam users to use, and to mark the occasion Valve have unleashed another sale that will run until 10th December. This time it’s focused on fully-controller-supported titles to compliment the newly released interface, and we’ve got some highlights from the sale below. Honourable mentions go to Braid, Audiosurf, Limbo, the Left 4 Dead bundle, BIT.TRIP RUNNER, and Magicka, all of which are worth your consideration if you don't already have them.

Steam Big Picture Mode Sale | 4th – 10th December | PC

Alan Wake Franchise | £7.74 | Review + Review

A repeat of the offer we saw in the Autumn Sale, it’s a great way to get all of the Alan Wake series for seriously cheap. Although it wasn’t met with the initial fanfare its developers had hoped for, Alan Wake and its stand-alone expansion American Nightmare are definitely worth a look at this price.

Steam Big Picture Mode Sale | 4th – 10th December | PC

LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes | £6.79

The recent Lord Of The Rings title may well be a superior effort from TT Games, but LEGO Batman 2 still provides the usual high level of platforming excellence we’ve come to expect from the LEGO series, and at this price it’s almost a steal. Of course, you could always get the LEGO Star Wars Saga or LEGO Harry Potter instead, but this offer provides the biggest saving.

Steam Big Picture Mode Sale | 4th – 10th December | PC

A Virus Named TOM | £1.74 | Review

At under £2, this is fairly ludicrous value considering the quality of the title. A seriously addictive action puzzler, it even has co-op so you can team up with a friend. Check out Jon’s review, and then go get some.

Steam Big Picture Mode Sale | 4th – 10th December | PC

Orcs Must Die! 2 | £2.99 | Review

Another title providing co-op opportunities, the sequel to Orcs Must Die! brings even more depth to the orc-slaying action than its predecessor. That said, should to require even more content you can always get the Complete Pack which comes with all of the DLC for just over a pound more, but £3 for the base game is a mighty bargain.

For the full list of titles currently on sale, be sure to head over to the Big Picture Mode sale page.

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