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Topic # 220213 31-Jul-2017 23:16
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I get quite a few of my Steam keys via Green Man Gaming, they're at the tail end of their Summer Sale and there have been numerous bargains already.

 

This one is too good to pass up if you don't have it already, the original Dishonored is on sale for the next few hours at US$2.37, use the promo code SUMMER2017 to bring it down to US$2.01

 

It's an FPS stealth game with different paths to success, great graphics and storyline.

 

Plus you get a free indie game key as well, usually something terrible but you never know your luck...

 

 


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  Reply # 1834761 1-Aug-2017 10:14
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Dishonored is a fantastic game! Well worth playing it and the replay value is still excellent. Gotta agree have been some great deals during this sale, better than the last Steam sale I reckon although with close to 600 games in Steam I'm struggling to find anything worth buying I don't already have.




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  Reply # 1834954 1-Aug-2017 13:52
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Agreed, GMG have put on a much better sale than Steam have. A lot of top games under US$10, Fallout New Vegas was also US$2.37. I'm sitting around 1300 games on Steam, I'll never play them all. They're part of a family sharing library so my kids get the benefit. During this sale I've bought the cheap games to add to their own libraries.


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  Reply # 1834966 1-Aug-2017 14:03
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Are the DLC's any good?

 

I'm tempted, but get put off when I see there's a bunch of DLC's not included.




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  Reply # 1835042 1-Aug-2017 15:27
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I haven't played through all the DLCs despite owning them and finishing the main game a long time ago.

 

They're extensions of the fun parts in the form of challenges and just providing a different perspective on some characters mentioned in the game.

 

I'll hopefully go back and complete them but I wouldn't let the lack of DLCs stop you from buying the game at that price, you can do without them


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