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Re: [Steam] Halloween Sale!
said by Deo85:People in the forums bought DD ( I bought Orcs must Die) and had different opinions about it. for the price i think is worth a try.
Is dungeon Defenders any good? I definitely am thinking of grabbing up Dead Space 2 loves 1 on the XBox 360 but I can't play games on my Xbox with out waking up my nabors and pissing them off My poor 42" TV is never being used in my apartment for that reason.
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DD is hit or miss. I think it is meh. Kinda a tower defence but also action based. I picked up PvZ for my son and New Vegas. There were about another dozen I would have liked but the wallet can't take a hit like that. I was looking at each of them and thinking "that's a good price for it, but once I totalled it all up it was like $120 and I was like, "Ouch gonna have to choose."
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Some tempting things there. Dead Space 1&2 bundle look too good to pass up. I already grabbed Alice: Madness Returns for my daughter in college. She loves the one on PS3. For $5 I thought it a good deal.
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Alrite I confess.. I did buy a big bunch of steam games over the past few days (including steam's Halloween deals) the main ones i got on steam's halloween deal was stalker: clear sky, and penumbra collectors edition.. the other games i bought before the halloween deals were left 4 dead (and 2) and just cause (and 2) and all i paid for this (in total) was $18.30 or somethin like that.
Out of all these games i would have to say the best one here is just cause 2 however I have'nt got all my new purchases downloaded yet so in another week I will be able to judge this, my connection is satellite so I cant help that. I hope others are saving big out there too?
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