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11:59 PM on 07.23.2013
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Kentucky Route Zero is 50% off for another day. You can get all five episodes, two of which are currently available, for a paltry $12.49. It's one of the best games of the year. You should buy it. Either DRM free here (plus Steam key) or directly through Steam. Don't say I never did nothing for you.   

Today, we had more Communitoid for you to put in your ears, Dale took a look at Assassin's Creed IV: Hey Look, There's Pirates Now, we collectively recovered from the Steam sale (well, I didn't buy anything, actually; abstinence, yay!), Chris Carter reviewed a worthwhile mobile game called Tiny Thief, and more.

Destructoid Original:
What did you get during the Steam summer sale?
The DTOID Show: Wasteland 2, Borderlands 2, & Square Enix
Impressions: Sonic & Mega Man: Worlds Collide #7-9
Live show: Civilization V multiplayer

Community:

Community blogs of 7/23
Forum thread of the day: Mercenary Kings
Communitoid episodes 015, 016 and 017: Because we care

Reviews:
Review: Tiny Thief

Previews:

Assassin's Creed IV: Welcome to the Golden Age of Pirates

News:
First Ouya sales data isn't all that impressive
Lords of Shadow 2 soundtrack will sound quite different
Game Freak's new mystery game is a Solitaire horse racer
Hmm: Take-Two renews trademarks for Rockstar's Agent
Upcoming Tomb Raider comic to 'lead directly' into sequel
That space-station janitor sim now has multiplayer
Eidos Montreal founder resigns
Nintendo stock hits two-year high thanks to Western sales
Vintage solo board game Chainsaw Warrior going digital
Steam who? Kentucky Route Zero half off for 48 hours
Stardock plans to reboot Star Control
Earn Wii U eShop credit by adding funds to your account
Critter Crunch and other classic PSN games for a buck
Scalable GUI, remappable controls next for Cube World

Offbeat:
Tonetta does Super Meat Boy ... YES YES YES!

Media:

New invention will let you feel virtual objects
Fantasy Life Link gets an adorable new trailer
Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate gets 'Pop Idol' sets, new modes
New releases: You had me at isometric cyberpunk fantasy






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