Posted on Friday, July 6th, 2012 at 10:04 AM by Guest
At the moment in the UK, the Summer looks like it’s never to come around with the varying amount of seasons that we’re seeing in one day so we’re subjected to sit inside and watch as the rain drips down our windows. Fear not though, days like these are perfect for gaming and Steam has our backs this Summer.
It’s been confirmed that Valve are planning yet another seasonal promotion on Steam whereby games are offered at varying discounts compared to their normal selling price, much like they done last year.
This was only done due to the phenomenal demand on the Steam forum whereby users were requesting for this promotion to come back for another year. Last year, the promotion offered as much a75% off of games.
What’s your thoughts on the matter? Happy it’s here or were you planning on saving up on a lovely summer holiday? Got an idea on what you would like to see on sale? Let us know in the comments section. For now though, enjoy a gameplay video of one of the games that received a massive price drop - Bit Trip Beat.
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