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Re: Great Steam Deals (And other Online Distribution Systems

Postby Jorpho » Fri Jun 08, 2012 4:57 am UTC

The average is astonishingly high for this sort of thing, though. It would still be an excellent deal if I didn't already have everything but Lone Survivor.

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Postby SlyReaper » Fri Jun 08, 2012 1:17 pm UTC

I hate indie bundles these days because I already have all the games in them.
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Postby Xeio » Fri Jun 08, 2012 1:48 pm UTC

I don't even buy bundles and I still have almost every game in there. I'm missing Bastion though... *ponders*

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Re: Great Steam Deals (And other Online Distribution Systems

Postby Jessica » Fri Jun 08, 2012 4:37 pm UTC

I hate buying extras of games.
Even if it's "worth" getting this latest bundle for Lone survivor (like the only new game in the latest bundle) I still hate having to get all these other games again.
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Postby SirBryghtside » Fri Jun 08, 2012 4:57 pm UTC

YES! I knew it was the right idea to buy that bundle!

I've had my eye on Lone Survivor for ages, that's amazing! Have to try out Super Meat Boy too. Not sure about Braid, but I'll give it a go. But considering I bought this for Amnesia, that is awesome. Makes up for me buying LIMBO off Steam the day before it came out.
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Postby EvanED » Sat Jun 09, 2012 1:11 am UTC

Jessica wrote:I hate buying extras of games.
Even if it's "worth" getting this latest bundle for Lone survivor (like the only new game in the latest bundle) I still hate having to get all these other games again.

If it's worth it to pay above the average for Lone Survivor, then just do that, push the other sliders to $0, and don't download them. :-)

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Re: Great Steam Deals (And other Online Distribution Systems

Postby Jorpho » Sat Jun 09, 2012 2:29 am UTC

Did I mention that there's probably going to be a Steam game sale next month? It would not surprise me if Lone Survivor ended up on sale one day for $3.33 or even $2.50.

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Postby SirBryghtside » Sat Jun 09, 2012 11:35 pm UTC

Reason I'm not really that excited about playing Braid is because I didn't like LIMBO, and it seems very similar in terms of artsiness/critical reception. It's silly, I know, because the critical reception for both was 5 stars all round - but it's still there.

Super Meat Boy is brilliant though :D
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Postby NoodleIncident » Sun Jun 10, 2012 1:56 am UTC

Well see here's the thing. You know how LIMBO has wonderful atmosphere, good storytelling, but the platforming is kind of stupid/annoying? Braid is literally the exact opposite. Some of the best puzzle platforming I've ever experienced, and it stands on its own.

Also, what annoyed me about LIMBO is the random, unavoidable death. Braid gives you a rewind button, so you literally never die. :D
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Postby EvanED » Sun Jun 10, 2012 3:33 am UTC

SirBryghtside wrote:Reason I'm not really that excited about playing Braid is because I didn't like LIMBO, and it seems very similar in terms of artsiness/critical reception.

So I just got done playing LIMBO, and... I can't tell if I liked it or not. There were some significant aspects of it that basically just pissed me off, but some of the puzzles were really well done.

Basically, don't write off Braid because of LIMBO. They're very different games, and personally I put Braid far better. (A or A+ instead of, I dunno, B-.)

BTW, does the Humble version of LIMBO have really atrocious, almost unplayable performance in occasional parts for anyone else? Like "3-5 fps" performance?

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(But the kinds of death are very different. Braid's rarely come as a surprise, and because of the rewind button, almost all the time the consequences of it is a second or two of gameplay instead of, I dunno, 30 seconds with LIMBO.)

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Postby Jessica » Mon Jun 11, 2012 3:34 pm UTC

Waiting for Steam sale seems better.
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Re: Great Steam Deals (And other Online Distribution Systems

Postby Okita » Mon Jun 11, 2012 8:49 pm UTC

I'm kind of torn with the latest humble indie bundle.

On the one hand, I own 4 of those games. But I kind of want Lone Survivor and the soundtracks that I don't have. And the price to get Lone Survivor is definitely below the normal cost of Lone Survivor.

But then I feel like I'm rebuying games I already have...
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Postby New User » Mon Jun 11, 2012 9:11 pm UTC

Someone predicted it will go on sale on Steam soon. You could just wait for that. I got the latest indie bundle, and I don't think Lone Survivor alone is worth that price. The only ones I already owned are Super Meat Boy and Psychonauts (for PS2). I'm pretty cheap when it comes to computer games, though, so someone else might think it's worth the price.

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Postby EvanED » Tue Jun 12, 2012 2:37 am UTC

For anyone else thinking about it, I was playing Psychonauts over the weekend (not quite done, but close) and was having a lot of fun with it; I was really pleasantly surprised. There's a lot of really funny stuff, and the worlds you enter differ a lot more than in most games. I don't have entirely positive things to say (for the most part, platforming isn't really my "thing" so there are some things that I've had trouble with, and I've had to look up how to fight some of the bosses), but it's actually really well done. I'm finding it way more enjoyable than LIMBO, say, to be honest.

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Postby Jorpho » Tue Jun 12, 2012 3:19 am UTC

I find it was dragged down by some unfortunate design choices. You probably shouldn't bother trying to collect all the Figments, for example.

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Postby Vaniver » Tue Jun 12, 2012 3:27 pm UTC

Xeio wrote:I don't even buy bundles and I still have almost every game in there. I'm missing Bastion though... *ponders*
Bastion is totally awesome.
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Postby Endless Mike » Tue Jun 12, 2012 3:43 pm UTC

Bastion is well worth whatever you're willing to pay. The soundtrack to it and Sword and Sworcery are also both particularly good and included.

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Postby Derek » Tue Jun 12, 2012 6:32 pm UTC

NoodleIncident wrote:Braid gives you a rewind button, so you literally never die. :D

Well, there are one or two levels that are very easy to make unwinnable (and force a restart of the level). That's part of the puzzle for those levels.

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Postby SecondTalon » Mon Jun 18, 2012 2:17 pm UTC

Both Worlds of Ultima games are currently free on GoG, so.. there's that. You too can now explore Mars with Warren Spector, if you haven't before and don't mind playing 20 year old games. Also something in a jungle with dinosaurs.. I dunno, I haven't played that one. Yet.
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Postby Dark567 » Mon Jun 18, 2012 2:24 pm UTC

I really didn't like the first Worlds of Ultima when it came out.... But I was also seven or eight... So maybe it was just too complicated? I really liked Ultimas 4-6 in that time frame though.

Also thinking back on it the box art had a hypersexualized amazonian woman on it and it was one of my first exposures to sexuality....
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Postby SecondTalon » Mon Jun 18, 2012 3:44 pm UTC

Given that this is the same company that had this as the cover of Ultima 6*, I'd like to say that they were doing something interesting there, but... it's probably just a case of Sex Sells.



*That cover is great just because it pretty much describes the entire game plot in one image. You're the great hero vanquishing the Gargoyle... you're a false prophet and a giant dick to the essentially peaceful Gargoyle race whose only "crime" is looking like a stereotypical demon, you racist jackass.
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Postby Soralin » Thu Jul 12, 2012 5:42 pm UTC

The Steam summer sale has begun! :twisted:

Terraria for $2.49
Portal 2 for $4.99
Legend of Grimrock for $5.99

Some less than 24 hour sales:
Deus Ex: HR for $7.49
Spacechem for $2.49

I can vouch for all of those as being awesome. :) A bunch of other stuff too.

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Postby SlyReaper » Thu Jul 12, 2012 5:43 pm UTC

Oh here we go. So much for me trying to save money.
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Postby Obby » Thu Jul 12, 2012 6:01 pm UTC

Damnit, I don't get paid until next Friday... Yay for credit cards, I guess.
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Damn you Valve! I'm trying to save for a house! Not more video games!
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Postby EdgarJPublius » Sun Jul 15, 2012 4:37 am UTC

So it seems that every year I feel liek I've gotten allt he agmes that are out that interest me, and then a game goes on daily deal that I didn't think was out yet.

This year that game is Fray, a cyberpunk styled turn based tactical game that came to my attention when people kept trying to compare it to Frozen Synapse, an awesome cyberpunk styled turn based tactical game.

Anyway, ten dollars poorer now and downloading as we speak.

It doesn't actually look anything like Frozen Synapse, but I like both the Cyberpunk and Turn Based Tactics genres enough that it doesn't really matter to me, I was pretty much going to buy it regardless.
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Postby novax6 » Sun Jul 15, 2012 8:31 am UTC

EdgarJPublius wrote:So it seems that every year I feel liek I've gotten allt he agmes that are out that interest me, and then a game goes on daily deal that I didn't think was out yet.

This year that game is Fray, a cyberpunk styled turn based tactical game that came to my attention when people kept trying to compare it to Frozen Synapse, an awesome cyberpunk styled turn based tactical game.

Anyway, ten dollars poorer now and downloading as we speak.

It doesn't actually look anything like Frozen Synapse, but I like both the Cyberpunk and Turn Based Tactics genres enough that it doesn't really matter to me, I was pretty much going to buy it regardless.


Errr i hate to be the bearer of bad news, but Fray is supposed to be unplayably broken and unfinished in it's current state. I was thinking about purchasing it too, but took a look at some of the reviewsit was getting, and ouch. Sorry about the 10 dollars. :?

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Postby Menacing Spike » Sun Jul 15, 2012 10:59 am UTC

SecondTalon wrote:*That cover is great just because it pretty much describes the entire game plot in one image. You're the great hero vanquishing the Gargoyle... you're a false prophet and a giant dick to the essentially peaceful Gargoyle race whose only "crime" is looking like a stereotypical demon, you racist jackass.


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Postby EdgarJPublius » Mon Jul 16, 2012 2:37 am UTC

novax6 wrote:
EdgarJPublius wrote:So it seems that every year I feel liek I've gotten allt he agmes that are out that interest me, and then a game goes on daily deal that I didn't think was out yet.

This year that game is Fray, a cyberpunk styled turn based tactical game that came to my attention when people kept trying to compare it to Frozen Synapse, an awesome cyberpunk styled turn based tactical game.

Anyway, ten dollars poorer now and downloading as we speak.

It doesn't actually look anything like Frozen Synapse, but I like both the Cyberpunk and Turn Based Tactics genres enough that it doesn't really matter to me, I was pretty much going to buy it regardless.


Errr i hate to be the bearer of bad news, but Fray is supposed to be unplayably broken and unfinished in it's current state. I was thinking about purchasing it too, but took a look at some of the reviewsit was getting, and ouch. Sorry about the 10 dollars. :?



It looks like the reviews were based on an earlier/prerelease version. The only problem I've had is not being able to find a game to join, but I suspect part of that is from the sale. I haven't even been able to log in to Frozen Synapse since it went on sale and it appears many other games are getting pounded by sale-driven traffic.
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Postby Jorpho » Mon Jul 16, 2012 4:35 am UTC

I just dropped $3.74 on Vessel knowing very little about it aside from its glowing reviews. I'm going to regret this when it ends up in the next Humble Bundle.

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Postby You, sir, name? » Mon Jul 16, 2012 6:42 pm UTC

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So far during the summer sale, I've bought
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Postby pseudoidiot » Mon Jul 16, 2012 6:49 pm UTC

I'm always happy when there's a day with no games for sale that I'm interested in (or that I already own). My wallet survives another day!
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Postby philsov » Mon Jul 16, 2012 7:10 pm UTC

My wallet survives another day!


Mine did not =\.

Snagged Borderlands - GotY for $7.50, and then grabbed Frozen Synapse for $5.

FS... came with a free gift version? If someone here is interested in a copy, please post so I can gift it to you.
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Postby SlyReaper » Mon Jul 16, 2012 7:15 pm UTC

So far, the only thing this sale has caused me to buy is Trine 2. And I always wanted that game anyway. So I think I've gotten through this pretty much unscathed so far.
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Postby ProZac » Mon Jul 16, 2012 7:19 pm UTC

I'm hoping Beyond Good and Evil goes up, as I would love to finally dive into that... though realistically I'll probably just never play it. I'm also hoping to see the Duke Nukem Forever DLC go on sale, b/c I hear that campaign is actually not too shabby (and I didn't hate the main DNF campaign).

I've managed to not completely drain my wallet yet, only picking up:
- Deus Ex: HR DLC (which I played through already)
- Tribes: Ascend Starter
- Dead Space 2

I still have these unplayed from other sales that I want to get to, so I'm doing my best to restrain myself:
- Saint's Row 3
- Limbo
- Rochard
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Postby broken_escalator » Mon Jul 16, 2012 7:23 pm UTC

I was tempted by Trine 2 and Orcs Must Die, but so far I haven't bought anything... yet.

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Postby Endless Mike » Mon Jul 16, 2012 7:42 pm UTC

I've bought a few things, mostly because they were cheap. I'm holding out for id and/or Bethesda packs to go on daily sales, but it looks like they're not doing that, so I'll probably just snag them at the end.

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Postby pseudoidiot » Mon Jul 16, 2012 7:57 pm UTC

So far just Trine 2 & The Walking Dead for me.
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Postby broken_escalator » Mon Jul 16, 2012 9:29 pm UTC

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