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Steam sale: All the Daily Deals one last time


1:30 PM on 06.29.2014
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We did it! We made it through the Steam Summer Sale! Well, almost. There are less than 24 hours left in the event, and everything that was a Daily Deal is discounted again. That's right -- almost 50 games just sitting there waiting to be scooped up off the digital shelf.

I'm not going to list everything again, because I trust that anyone that's been diligent in their non-consumerism ways like I've been imploring is aware of everything that's been offered thus far. However, if you want to see them all again, they're on Steam's store page. I'm sure that everyone showed great restraint for more than a week, so one last day should be no problem at all.

Let's do this again in the winter.






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