On the second day of Christmas, my digital distribution platform flogged to me... Shogun 2 and the definition of insaniteeeeeee!
Okay, you do better. The second day of Steam's holiday sale brings us big savings on Fez, Far Cry 3, Final Fantasy VII, Train Simulator 2014 and other varied delights. The main attraction, though, is Hard Reset's flash deal, which lets you get a gorgeous and utterly manic old-school FPS for £1.49.
Omerta: City Of Gangsters | £7.49 (save a fair bit, but isn't worth much more)
Chivalry: Medieval Warfare | £4.74 (not the cheapest we've seen, but bloody fun on a ruddy bun)
Total War: Shogun 2 | £6.24 (75% off)
Crysis 2: Maximum Edition | £6.24 (pretty... boring)
Train Simulator 2014 | £6.29 (a big saving)
Fez | £1.74 (peanuts, well worth buying)
Final Fantasy VII | £3.39 (save £6.60)
Nether (early access) | £8.99 (save £6, but I can't vouch for the quality)
Flash Deals (Expire 0200)
Hard Reset | £1.49 (just buy it while waiting for a Shadow Warrior sale, old-school FPS fans)
Music Creator 6 | £13.59 (a substantial saving, if you're in the market)
Project Zomboid | £7.49 (save £2)
Divinity: Dragon Commander | £14.99 (save £6 vs GamersGate)
EVE Online Starter Pack | £1.29 (addiction this way lies)