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Topic # 51072 26-Nov-2009 23:41
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If you haven't fired up Steam in a while make sure you check out the specials on right now, I think they're planning to do several specials in 1-day lots. It's all so very tempting. I'm keeping fingers crossed for a L4D2 deal this weekend.

Check out some of the deals here

Some deals in the current batch: Far Cry 2 US$9.99, GRID for US$7.49, Batman Arkham Asylum US$24.99, plus a lot more. The Lucasfilm pack is tempting me at the moment, just for nostalgia's sake...

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  Reply # 276812 27-Nov-2009 11:01
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It's LucasArts, quite different company to be honest. And it is a great Premium pack! All of the classic LucasArts games, shame DOTT and MM isn't out yet though :-(




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  Reply # 276860 27-Nov-2009 12:07
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Whoops, my mistake.

I'd love to know what other specials are coming up so I can plan my purchases a little better. I can see myself spending a lot of money this weekend.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 276889 27-Nov-2009 13:25
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That's their whole gameplan ;)

I've already spent money on the Impulse thanksgiving weekend sale, then I fired up Steam and went "oh crap"...


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  Reply # 276910 27-Nov-2009 14:03
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Decided to buy the LucasArts Premier Pack [http://store.steampowered.com/sub/2532/] despite I already have Indy+TFoA :-D Thinking that with access to other games, it's a bargain!

I saw there's THQ Complete Pack [http://store.steampowered.com/sub/2539/] for USD49.95, saving of USD358.59!!




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  Reply # 277189 28-Nov-2009 11:35
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Yessss, picked up L4D2 for about NZ$40 in a four-pack. Zombies, watch out.

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