Deals. Steam. Time. Running out!
I don't know why I punctuated that introduction like William Shatner, but it sums things up quite nicely. You've got until tomorrow morning to take advantage of this clutch of Steam sale highlights.
Remedy's PC version of Alan Wake is, as far as we're concerned, the definitive edition. It looks better, plays better and the Collector's Edition is packed with extras. Review here.
Remedy's new focus on downloadable episodic content is off to a flying start with this surreal little number. At £2.99, this quirky Twilight Zone-inspired romp is a serious bargain. Check out our Alan Wake's American Nightmare review for more.
Fallout: New Vegas is ruddy brilliant, and its DLC packs were (almost) all fantastic; each of which providing an entirely new and refreshing gameplay experience. Buy them all together for big savings.
We're loving this humorous and expansive indie RPG... and when its co-op patch finally hits next month, our review score will almost certainly go up another notch. Get in early.
If you haven't got these dynamically-directed cooperative games by now, you probably don't like them in the first place. Just in case, here's an opportunity to grab them both for less than six quid.
There's a good chance that you'll already own several of these games if you're a regular indie bundle buyer. That said, SOL: Exodus is part of the package, while Swords & Soldiers HD and Hoard are both seriously great, so use your initiative. Personally, I might hold out today.