Steam Sale

#1 Posted by Finstern (639 posts) -
#2 Posted by Ravenlight (8040 posts) -

Damn you, Steam! Damn you and your ability to eat all my money!

#3 Edited by whyareyoucrouchingspock (975 posts) -

You can upgrade this game from the website to a more updated verison (game imporvments and graphics). It costs money though.

They don't sell it on steam.

#4 Posted by mmzOne (275 posts) -
@whyareyoucrouchingspock said:

You can upgrade this game from the website to a more updated verison (game imporvments and graphics). It costs money though.

You can upgrade Black Shark not this. This is on A-10 forums. :)
Also if I would buy A-10 from their website at full price, I would save $4<  compared to Steams sale price (or $26< if it's not in sale). :(
Steam your prices still suck!
#5 Posted by Sabata (823 posts) -

Picked this and Blackshark up, as well as a nice cheap HOTAS.

Let's rock.

#6 Posted by Forcen (1798 posts) -

It's now on a 66% off on Steam!

#7 Posted by bigsmoke77 (783 posts) -

@Forcen: well would u look at that

#8 Posted by whyareyoucrouchingspock (975 posts) -

Excellent. I shall Pick this up. Hopefully it isn't such a bastard to learn as Black Shark was.

#9 Posted by Ubersmake (754 posts) -

Urgh. So tempted, but I have so little time, and mastering avionics has always been the long and painful part of modern flight sims for me (as opposed to WWII-era flight sims). Steam may win again, this time.

#10 Posted by Butano (1728 posts) -

After being introduced to flying in Microsoft Flight, upgrading to Rise of Flight, idk if I'm ready for this one just yet, but I'll pick it up for that price now and play it when I feel a little more comfortable in my flight sim skill.

#11 Posted by Sliced_Bread (147 posts) -

@Butano: The A10 is a lot easier to fly than the rickety paper planes of RoF. Its just a matter of learning the systems.

#12 Posted by whyareyoucrouchingspock (975 posts) -

@Butano said:

After being introduced to flying in Microsoft Flight, upgrading to Rise of Flight, idk if I'm ready for this one just yet, but I'll pick it up for that price now and play it when I feel a little more comfortable in my flight sim skill.

DCS has alot of options to make it more arcade like. Still, this isn't a game for new people.

It's a crap load better than that shit Microsoft put out though.

#13 Posted by Forcen (1798 posts) -

Just two and a half hours left.

#14 Posted by Forcen (1798 posts) -

50% off now!

#15 Posted by Hardtarget (234 posts) -

75% off now! only 10 bucks!

#16 Posted by bibamatt (1086 posts) -

Duders, it's that time again. A-10C Warthog is on sale again, this time at Origin. For UK and Euro duders, it's £4.99/4.99 euros. Cheapest I've seen it, personally. I know that people have previously said that the DCS World (or whatever it's called) version from the developers site is much better than the Steam version, but I've got no idea how the Origin version is feature wise. For me, though, £4.99 is a sweet spot. I've wanted to try the game ever since that Quick Look, but have never been a huge sim guy. I'm jumping in at this price point, even if this version does turn out to be the same as the Steam version.

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