For many PC gamers, the Steam Summer Sale is a great chance to buy games for cheap. Many save up for the event with the hopes of finding great scores and finally being able to buy that one game they were hoping to go on sale.
Gamers who love old-school isometric CRPGs had the chance to buy games for free by trying out Tyranny, which was on sale for less than $16. The gamers play the role of the bad guy in the story; set in a world ran by evil. The makers of Pillars of Eternity created Tyranny as well.
Assassin’s Creed: Origins
Ubisoft’s series has been a long running battle between the Templars and the Assassins, and gamers had the opportunity to grab their very own Assassin’s Creed: Origins for under $30: a whopping 50% off for a popular game title. With a vast map to explore and a fascinating setting, gamers definitely got a great deal out of it.
Super Meat Boy
For only $1.49, gamers had the chance to play Super Meat Boy. It is a great platformer with many fun and challenging levels that players would definitely enjoy. The game was 90% off its original price.
Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen
The Dark Arisen expansion gives players a whole lot of new content to explore. The game is set in a fantasy world where a “Pawn” system lets players’ characters help other players in the game. This action RPG was available for only $9.89— 67% off its original price. It is a great choice for fans of giant monsters, fast action, and unique storytelling.
Witcher III: GOTY Edition
Another popular title that was 60% off this summer. For as low as $19.00, the Witcher III: Game of the Year Edition is considered one of the best RPGs ever created. The GOTY Edition has both Blood & Wine and Hearts of Stone, which is a great deal for those who enjoy its gameplay, art style, and storytelling. Some say that the gameplay still leaves a lot to be desired, but it is definitely well written and is truly immersive. The DLC was so good that it could stand as a second game as well.