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If you’re a gamer you probably knew this was coming. The Steam Summer Sale is now a bit of a tradition (despite the fact it’s only happened a few times). It was really just a question of when it was coming. Well, that when is now, so prepare to open your wallet or lock it someplace far out of reach.

The opening salvo of savings includes a number of high-profile titles such as Total War: Shogun 2, Portal 2 3 Great Alternatives To Portal 2 When You've Finished Playing It 3 Great Alternatives To Portal 2 When You've Finished Playing It I love Valve, and I love Portal 2. It's easily among the best game I’ve ever played. But it’s also a short game. After eight hours, the game was done with me, but I wasn’t... Read More and Call Of Duty Are Gamers Sick Of The Call Of Duty Series? [MUO Gaming] Are Gamers Sick Of The Call Of Duty Series? [MUO Gaming] Call of Duty is huge. Every November for the last 5 years, a new Call of Duty has hit store shelves, and every year it sells better than the year before. Even the years that... Read More : Modern Warfare 3. All of these have been discounted by as much as 75%. These are daily deals, so they will be replaced by new titles every 24 hours until the sale ends on July 22nd.

Steam is also offering a number of Pack Deals that will be available for the duration of the sale. Each pack stars a major publisher (such as 2K or Activision) or, in some cases, a major franchise (such as Star Wars). Most of the bundles are priced at $49.99 – a savings of up to 88% compared to the usual price of each individual game.

This would be enough to satisfy most gamers, but Steam has gone a step further with Flash sales that last for just a few hours. There is also a recurring poll that lets Steam users vote between several potential game deals. The winner is then offered as the “community choice.”

So go! Buy games and be happy. Just don’t blow your paycheck on the first day. There’s still over a week of daily deals and flash sales in the pipe.

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Source: Ars Technica, Steam

  1. Gian Singh
    July 17, 2012 at 10:01 pm

    time to buy is now

  2. Shawn Ashree Baba
    July 17, 2012 at 6:56 pm

    The Steam Summer Sale is crazy! Too many great deals on amazing titles.

  3. Ultimate Dragon
    July 16, 2012 at 6:55 pm

    You could use the website below to find out the price history of the game on Steam.
    http://steamsales.rhekua.com/

  4. Chris Hoffman
    July 16, 2012 at 2:28 am

    Time to stock up on games! If only the flash sales didn't have me refreshing all day.

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