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This week's Steam deals includes Binary Domain, Cities XL


1:00 AM on 03.19.2013



This week's Steam sale is offering up to 75% off on select titles. Most notable is Binary Domain going for $6.24, sleeper hit of 2012. Plus there's Cities XL Platinum at 33% off. Platinum was released just last month, and the sale right now comes at the right time. Plus, it has a pretty funny trailer.

Here's the full list of game at their current sale prices. Anything you plan on picking up?

  • Grotesque Tactics 2 - Dungeons and Donuts -- $2.49
  • Grotesque Tactics 1 and 2 pack -- $3.74
  • Binary Domain -- $6.24
  • Cities XL Platinum -- $20.09
  • Lucius -- $8.50
  • Disciples III: Gold Edition -- $7.49
  • Jagged Alliance 2 Gold -- $4.99
  • The Secret World -- $22.49
  • Monday Night Combat -- $2.49
  • Monday Night Combat 4-Pack -- $7.49





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