Christopher Jarvis / Fri 16th Feb 2018
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It's the Year Of The Dog, and Steam is celebrating with a four-day sale. Here are some popular deals:
(Prices displayed in USD)
Getting Over It with Bennett Foddy, $6.39 (20% off) - After some playthroughs by popular YouTubers such as Video Game Dunkey and PewDiePie, this relatively fresh B-game soared in popularity on Steam, Humble, and Android stores. As a relatively new game, this is the lowest price it's ever been at from official and reliable sources.
Cuphead, $16.99 (15% off) - It's only 15% off, but for another relatively new game, it's the lowest price it's ever been at (except on GOG, where it's currently sitting at $13.39).
Undertale, $4.99 (50% off) - Undertale is rated Overwhelmingly Positive on Steam, and instantly became a cult classic on release. Once more, GOG is slightly ahead of the game with a historical lowest price of $4.24, but if you don't want to wait for a deal like that to come around again, you can pick it up from Steam right now for only 75c more.
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, $29.97 (50% off) - It's rare that a triple-A game, especially a popular FPS, is sold at 50% off less than 4 months after release, unless there's something seriously wrong with it. Just the game for $29.97, or the Digital Deluxe Edition for $10 more, aren't quite at the same level as Gamebillet's historical lowest prices, but this is certainly Steam's lowest price for it and will be for a long time.
The Witcher III: Wild Hunt, $19.99 (60% off) - With over 250 Game Of The Year awards, grab this while it's hot.
Assassin's Creed Origins, $44.85 (33% off) - another fairly recent triple-A release, and one with my personal recommendation. Even if it is a deeply flawed game.
Valve Complete Pack, $20.29 (89% off) - Portal is 99c, Portal 2 is $1.99, and the Left 4 Dead games are both $2. But if you like all of Valve's games, you can have them for less than Wolfenstein II.