Me, I've picked up Saints Row the Third, Scribblenauts Unlimited, Surgeon Simulator 2013, Universe Sandbox, and RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 Platinum for my wife! :)
See ya Duders!!!
EDIT: Add SimCity 4 to that list.
I finally picked up FTL and very quickly lost the day. Age of Empires II: HD is a little high priced for what I'll get out of it, but it's real tempting considering my love for the original. Paying ten dollars for a widescreen version seems a tad frivolous, though.
I'll just post my list from the other thread. I'm pretty much done with the sale. I need the rest of my money for SMT4 on the 16th.
I splurged on a bunch of 2D platformers, I think playing Rogue Legacy awoke something in me.
Also got Primordia, 'cause robots, as well as Strike Suit Zero which has a spacemech.
Don't Starve, Hotline Miami, and FTL. Thinking about Tomb Raider, but I've already seen a large chunk of the game including the ending through a live stream. I'm not sure that the gameplay alone is enough to make me want to play it. Also, considering picking up Fez before it's sale ends tomorrow.
Two copies of Anitchamer, two copies of Scribblenauts Unlimited, two copies of Tomb Raider Underworld (lol, 80 cents I'd be dumb not to get it), a copy of The Witcher 2, Just Cause 2, The Walking Dead, and Tomb Raider for my wife since I already have them. I'm restricting what I personally buy this time because last sale I spent over 250 dollars and have only played two of the games I bought.
Throwing caution to the wind this time around. Lots of titles here I've wanted to play the past few years but initially passed up upon release.
FTL. Half Life 2: Episode Two.
That's it, partly because I can't really spend much money at the moment, and partly because there isn't much that I'm dying to have.
Episode 2 is either the best or the worst of all three Half Life 2 games. Possibly even both at the same time.
Runner 2 is one of those play it whenever games, but I probably won't get around to playing Hitman or Tomb Raider anytime soon. Hopefully by the time I do they won't be on sale for even cheaper than I paid, unlike 70% of all the other things I've bought during Steam sales.
System Shock 2 and, against my better judgment, a timesink known as Fallout New Vegas. Spent most of the night setting up the mod manager and installing a few things here and there. Any kickass FONV mods I should be aware of? Anything to add new content or improve performance would be cool.
Just that one game. Really digging it though. Was interested since the Quick Look, but I was waiting on the price falling before I jumped on it. Seemed like a nice deal considering the DLC is only a month old and adds a good amount of stuff. And I love Civilization V and the Mass Effect galaxy map, so this is basically a nice marriage of those two concepts.
Kind of broke at the moment, but I have bought most of the games on sale previously, so I feel pretty good. Tomb Raider looks tempting at 12 bucks, but I gotta buy some groceries tomorrow and see where I stand. Not to mention my Pacific Rim money for next weekend.
I scrounged up all the change in my house to try and buy some indie games and only ended up with 8 dollars. Then I realized that if I'm going to scrounge up money, then a sale's not really worth it to begin with, I was only looking to buy stuff because it was so cheap, and I couldn't afford it anyways. Then I bought a chicken sandwich and a milkshake with my money and felt stupid, because I was basically eating my copy of Fez. That milkshake did make my day marginally better though.
Bastion, Edna and Harvey: Harvey's New Eyes, Hotline Miami, and Super Meat Boy. Was really excited when I saw Edna and Harvey on sale, game stuck with me from the Quick Look and was gonna buy it the other week but was bummed it was $20 so seeing it on sale for $5 was nice.
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