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Topic # 215350 23-Jun-2017 16:38
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  Reply # 1805779 23-Jun-2017 17:06
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Shadow of Modor game of the year edition  $6.39





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  Reply # 1805872 23-Jun-2017 21:48
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Slightly unrelated but you can get a Killing Floor Steam key for free right now: humblebundle.com/store/killing-floor


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  Reply # 1805900 23-Jun-2017 22:09
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Metro Redux Bundle is 75% off at $8.99 - two great games

 

SOMA is 70% off at $10.79

 

The Orange Box is 80% of at $4.79

 

Borderlands 2 GOTY is 78% off at $11

 

Transistor is 85% off at $3.59

 

The Deus Ex Collection is 84% off at $28.26 - Five games plus the season pass for the newest game


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Reply # 1805973 24-Jun-2017 09:22

Here are a few games from the sale I can recommend.

 

Under $30:

 

  • BeamNG.drive (Lowest recorded price - $20.09)
  • Grand Theft Auto Collection ($20.99)
  • DiRT Rally (Lowest recorded price - $22.19)

Under $20:

 

  • Sid Meier's Civilization V: Complete ($17.32)
  • L.A. Noire Complete Edition (Lowest recorded price - $11.99)
  • Tabletop Simulator (Lowest recorded price - $14.99)

Under $10:

 

  • Mafia II ($7.50)
  • Lucius Bundle (Lowest recorded price - $4.49)
  • Prison Architect ($8.99)



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  Reply # 1806003 24-Jun-2017 11:27
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Dishonored 2 is 50% off at $27.47 NZD

 

No Man's Sky is 60% off at $35.98 NZD

 

 Dark Souls II is 70% off at $19.49 NZD





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  Reply # 1806004 24-Jun-2017 11:35
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Don't buy Dark Souls 2 - just get the Monthly Humble Bundle - Dark Souls 2 is the early title, and you'll get other games too at the beginning of next month.


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  Reply # 1807599 27-Jun-2017 13:21
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My 13 year old got Civ5 with $ he had saved specifically for the sale.

 

He's absolutely hooked. I remember losing a lot of time in my younger years to earlier versions of that game. It's educational right? Or at least more educational than COD 


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  Reply # 1807657 27-Jun-2017 14:03
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Portal 2 is under $3 if you don't have that already.




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  Reply # 1807720 27-Jun-2017 14:34
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password1:

 

My 13 year old got Civ5 with $ he had saved specifically for the sale.

 

He's absolutely hooked. I remember losing a lot of time in my younger years to earlier versions of that game. It's educational right? Or at least more educational than COD 

 

 

 

 

All video games are educational!





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  Reply # 1807731 27-Jun-2017 14:49
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lokhor:

 

password1:

 

My 13 year old got Civ5 with $ he had saved specifically for the sale.

 

He's absolutely hooked. I remember losing a lot of time in my younger years to earlier versions of that game. It's educational right? Or at least more educational than COD 

 

 

 

 

All video games are educational!

 

 

 

 

If the community teaching you child Nazi ideology, making racist remarks against people and extreme sexism then yeah I suppose it educates them that.
As someone whos been on the internet since i was 12 and gaming a lot i can tell you one thing, That i saw a LOT of the above in the communities i ran and was part of. Didnt matter when or where there was someone.

I'm quite against kids on social media and online multi player dialogue. 

 

Edit, This is sorta offtopic and would be good to discuss in more detail at some point. 





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  Reply # 1807739 27-Jun-2017 15:35
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No, I've played this game for many years now and can assure you that Civilisation is very educational,

it teaches world history and geopolitics, along with some actual historical figures, and the importance or competing for resources to nations. There is absolutely no Nazism or racism or any other of that sort of nonsense in the game.

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  Reply # 1807766 27-Jun-2017 16:24
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aidhanc:

 

Here are a few games from the sale I can recommend.

 

Under $30:

 

  • BeamNG.drive (Lowest recorded price - $20.09)
  • Grand Theft Auto Collection ($20.99)
  • DiRT Rally (Lowest recorded price - $22.19)

Under $20:

 

  • Sid Meier's Civilization V: Complete ($17.32)
  • L.A. Noire Complete Edition (Lowest recorded price - $11.99)
  • Tabletop Simulator (Lowest recorded price - $14.99)

Under $10:

 

  • Mafia II ($7.50)
  • Lucius Bundle (Lowest recorded price - $4.49)
  • Prison Architect ($8.99)

 

+1 for Beamng Drive. More soft physics sandpit than game. Stacks of mods available in the community as well (I've got about 170 odd installed)


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  Reply # 1807773 27-Jun-2017 16:26
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Davy: No, I've played this game for many years now and can assure you that Civilisation is very educational,

it teaches world history and geopolitics, along with some actual historical figures, and the importance or competing for resources to nations. There is absolutely no Nazism or racism or any other of that sort of nonsense in the game.

 

Comment of the day!


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  Reply # 1807775 27-Jun-2017 16:28
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Picked up for my Steam account Cities Skyline for $10.

 

A little sore about that, as I created the wife her own steam account and gave her the game exactly a week ago and paid full price $41..


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  Reply # 1807816 27-Jun-2017 17:59
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WyleECoyoteNZ:

 

Picked up for my Steam account Cities Skyline for $10.

 

A little sore about that, as I created the wife her own steam account and gave her the game exactly a week ago and paid full price $41..

 

 

 

 

yes, I nearly bought it last week at full price but luckily noticed the publisher site was selling it for $10


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