Update: Another dose of deals have been unleashed, with the highlights below.
The rollout of seasonal savings from various PC digital distribution outlets continues, beginning with a handful of new daily deals via Steam's massive holiday sale.
- AudioSurf - $2.50 (75% Off)
- Batman: Arkham Asylum - $33.40 (33% Off)
- Braid - $2.49 (75% Off)
- Champions Online - $10.19 (66% Off)
- Far Cry 2: Fortune's Edition - $9.99 (50% Off)
- Deus Ex: Game of the Year Edition - $6.69 (33%
- Ghostbusters - $6.79 (66% Off)
- Indigo Prophecy - $3.39 (66% Off)
- Killing Floor - $9.99 (50% Off)
- King's Bounty: Gold Edition ( King's Bounty: The Legend and King's Bounty: Armored Princess)
- Machinarium - $9.99 (50% Off)
- Metal Drift - $6.24 (50% Off)
- Samorost 2 - $2.49 (50% Off)
- The Secret of Monkey Island SE - $4.99 (50% Off)
- S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Clear Sky - $4.99 (50% Off)
- Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic - $4.99 (50% Off)
- Star Wars Galaxies - $9.99 (50% Off)
- Time Gentlemen, Please! and Ben There, Dan That! Double Pack -
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- Titan Quest Gold - $9.99 (50% Off)
- Trine - $7.99 (60% Off)
- The Witcher: Director's Cut - $13.59 (66% Off)
- World in Conflict: Complete - $9.99 (Valued at
- World of Goo - $4.99 (75% Off)
- 1C Games - Up to 50% Off
- 2K Games - 33% Off
- Atari Games - 66% Off
- Bethesda Games - 25%
- Eidos Games - Up to 50% Off
- Indie Games - Up to 80% Off
- JoWood / Dreamcatcher Games - 50% Off
- Kalypso Games - 50%
- THQ Games - 25-50% Off
- Novalogic Games - 50% Off
- Strategy First Games - 50-80%
- Rebellion Games - 80% Off
- Ubisoft Games - 50% Off
- Aspyr Complete Pack - $44.99 (Valued at $187.40)
- Eidos Collector's Pack - $49.99 (Valued at
- LucasArts Adventure Pack - $2.49 (75% Off)
- Square Enix Complete Pack - $49.99 (Valued at
- Star Wars Jedi Knight Collection - $9.99 (50%
- Telltale Everything Pack - $49.99 (Valued at
- Unreal Deal Pack - $13.59 (Valued at $69.95)
Until Monday, January 4 at 9:00 AM PST
"an encore presentation from the most popular games."
- Other Notable Savings Through January 3 (Highlights)
- Packs, Bundles and Discounts Through January 3 (Highlights)
"Limited Time Only"
- Alganon - $19.95 (50% Off)
- Europa Universalis III Complete - $11.99 (60% Off)
- Starscape - $9.99 (50% Off)
- Deal of the Week
- Rise of Flight - $19.95 (50% Off)
Good Old Games
- Through January 3, 2010
- Until December 31 (Ongoing as of January 2)
- Studio Eres (Indie Developer)
- Immortal Defense - "Pay What You Want"
"extended a few more hours into January 2nd"
- Until January 1, 2010
- GoGamer (Digital Distribution and Boxed Games)
- Osmos - $4.99 (50% Off)
- World of Goo - $9.99 (50% Off)
- Mahjong Wisdom - $4.99 (50% Off)
- Shadowrun - $9.99 (50% Off)
- Viva Pinata - $9.99 (50% Off)
- Where's Waldo: The Fantastic Journey - $7.49 (50% Off)
Games For Windows Live: Games on Demand
- Launch Sale (Ends January
And just in case you're curious about what you've missed...
- Steam (Expired)
Mirror's Edge - $4.99 (75% Off)
- Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising - $19.99 (50% Off)
- Grand Theft Auto IV - $7.49 (75% Off)
- Defense Grid: The Awakening - $2.49 (75% Off)
- S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl - $1.99 (80% Off)
id Super Pack - $23.79 (Valued at $194.79)
- Need for Speed: Shift - $37.49 (30% Off)
- Left 4 Dead 2 - $33.49 (33% Off)
- Serious Sam HD: The First Encounter - $9.99 (50% Off)
- Football Manager 2010 - $29.99 (25% Off)
- Max Payne - $2.49 (75% Off)
- Max Payne 2 - $2.49 (75% Off)
- Max Payne 1 & 2 Bundle - $3.74 (75% Off)
- Civilization IV - $6.79 (66% Off)
- Civilization IV: Beyond the Sword - $6.79 (66% Off)
- Civilization IV: Colonization - $10.19 (66% Off)
- Civilization IV: The Complete Edition - $13.60 (66% Off)
- Left 4 Dead - $7.49 (75% Off)
- Call of Duty: World at War - $24.99 (50% Off)
- Osmos - $1.99 (80% Off)
- FIFA Manager 10 - $33.49 (33% Off)
- Crysis & Crysis Warhead Bundle - $13.59 (66% Off)
- Half-Life: Source - $2.49 (75% Off)
- Medieval II: Total War - $4.99 (75% Off)
- Multiwinia & Darwinia Bundle - $2.99 (80% Off)
- Shattered Horizon - $4.99 (75% Off)
- Street Fighter IV - $9.99 (75% Off)
- Devil May Cry 4 - $22.49 (25% Off)
- Sam & Max Complete Seasons 1 & 2 - $14.99 (75% Off)
- Mass Effect - $4.99 (75% Off)
- Portal - $4.99 (75% Off)
- Trials 2: Second Edition - $2.49 (75% Off)
- Doom Pack Complete - $13.59 (66% Off)
- 66% off all other Doom packs and individual titles.
Trine - $4.99 (75% Off)
- The Elder Scrolls III: Game of the Year - $4.99 (75% Off)
- Counter-Strike: Source - $4.99 (75% Off)
- Painkiller: Collector's Pack - $8.74 (75% Off)
- Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars - $10.19 (66% Off)
- Command & Conquer 3: Kane's Wrath - $6.79 (66% Off)
- Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 - $10.19 (66% Off)
- Command & Conquer: RA3 - Uprising - $6.79 (66% Off)
Until Thursday, December 24
Until Friday, December 25
Until Saturday, December 26
- Until Sunday, December 27
- Until Monday, December 28
- Until Tuesday, December 29
- Until Wednesday, December 30
- Until Thursday, December 31
Until Friday, January 1
Until Saturday, January 2
Until Sunday, January 3
- Year-End Blowout Sale
December 25 though December 31, 2009
- Impulse (Expired)
Thanks to the various tipsers that helped us compile this list.
That id Super Pack might be the best deal ever. I got it for 50 last year and it was a steal then too.
It's pretty amazing that all of those games still work today -- I know they've been tweaked, but still...
Its still not the same on modern day tech.
Not available over here ... sale is prohibited for most of the games in there.
Now I'm sad. :[
Coordinate with someone to gift it to you.
Where do you live, Belarus, North Korea or perhaps Germany...? :P
btw., where did you get those other 2 countries from? ;)
It's easily one of the best deals on Steam.
I'm here trying to remember what was the launch price for Doom 3, lol. Hell, you wouldn't buy the D3 expansion for $23. ;p
DOOM 3 didn't launch on Steam of course (Steam was in its infancy and it would be years before third party games were on there) but I think I paid $54.99 at GameStop when it came out. It was $50 at least.
Yes, I meant retail, not steam. :)
It was $55. I remember that really clearly. Never understood why it was $5 more than every other new AAA game released at the time. I suppose it was because it was Doom!
It is tempting me severely. But I have bought compilation packs before out of nostalgia, and then realized that I am not really going to spend a lot of time playing those old games. Plus, I still have the CDs of most of those games lying around if I every really feel the need to install them and fire them up for a few minutes of nostalgia.
Err, missreply for the next lower poster .
I wish the OLD stuff was included with that.
Like pre-Wolf 3d stuff?
Yes, there was a whole bunch of stuff: side scrollers, puzzle games and even a ninja side scroller.
It's really quite a bit of money for a bunch of rather old games that all the old timers, who would appreciate them most, already have. About the only games I don't have would be Quake 4 and ET:QW, neither of which that pack includes (understandably, but it's still worth pointing out).
I think the Eidos pack would like to have a word with you. Jesus, there's so much goodness there, it's going to kill my bandwidth allowance for the month!