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Steam sale: Child of Light, The Banner Saga, Arkham Origins

12:15 PM on 06.25.2014

Brett Makedonski

Associate Editor

Don't do it

Doesn't it feel like this Steam Summer Sale's been going on forever? Are you bored yet? Hope not. Boredom's the first step on the road to relapse. Hopefully you have a good friend to blast "Goodbye Horses" through a boombox so you don't slip and spend any money.

Daily Deals:

  • Counter-Strike: Global Offensive ($7.49)
  • Final Fantasy VII ($4.07)
  • The Banner Saga ($12.49) 
  • Child of Light ($11.24)
  • Kerbal Space Program ($16.19)
  • BioShock Infinite ($7.49)
  • Company of Heroes 2 ($9.99)
  • Endless Space ($7.49)
  • Batman: Arkham Origins ($7.49)

The Flash Sales for the next eight hours are The Secret World ($11.99), Next Car Game ($17.99), Infested Planet ($7.49), and The Testament of Sherlock Holmes ($3.99). Platformers with female protagonists won the Community Choice vote, so those titles are Mirror's Edge ($4.99), Tomb Raider ($4.99), They Bleed Pixels ($1.99), and Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams ($2.99).


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