I’ve picked up:
Blood Card 2
I’ve picked up:
Blood Card 2
So far I have picked up:
However, I do have a few things sitting in my cart. I put some in the cart, took some out, hovered the cursor over the Purchase button, and then decided to have a beer to ponder my options. The beer was good.
Is that early access?
I keep staring at the 900 games in my wishlist and indecision kicks in. So I too have bought Diddly-Squat
so far. :D
Same here. The only bad thing about Game Pass is that it ruined Steam Sales. I used to love them.
It’s another one of those open world, survival crafting games I think.
So far I’m in for: Elex 2, King Arthur: Knights Tale, Gloomhaven. These were all on my wish list so I’m pretty happy.
I am tempted by more but below is it so far, pay day tomorrow though.
I picked up more for the backlog than I have in quite a while including
Interstellar Space Genesis
Wyoming for ATS
Here’s a suggestion: set a percentage, like 70 or 75%. If something on your list is on sale at that mark or better, and you still don’t want to buy it, remove it from the list.
Wrong! I am actually playing this.
Also picked up
It still took me 30 minutes to find the ten fakes, but I never would have without that link. Thanks!
Pro tip: go to the SteamHub community page for the game. People have left comments about where they found them. They seem to be in 2-3 different categories, so you may not find them where someone else did.
This little Steam hunt has made me realize that I’m old and have no idea how Steam categories games anymore. There are also thousands of games that look interesting but I’ll never play. I guess that’s good and bad.
Confession: I don’t even know what the Steam sale game is this time. It’s presented as a wall of text so I didn’t even read it.
My haul so far:
I might buy more stuff before the sale ends. We’ll see.
That’s what I’ve been doing for a while now. If a game is at least 75-80% off and I’m still undecided on grabbing it, it’s probably safe to say that I’m not that interested in buying it.
I’m more in the “right price, wrong time” school. A game might be 80% off but just not what I’m looking for now. I’m happy to leave it on the wishlist because it will be on sale again at the right time.
Yeah, it’s not like they charge you rent for using wish list space. Hell, I’ve had games there for years. I may never buy them but I’m ok with that too.
Yeah, same here. I usually just buy them and add them to my backlog, so why not wait until one feels like I would want to play it right this moment? That way maybe I’ll actually play it.
Exempt from this rational line of reasoning is when games fall below $5. Then the irrational thought kicks.
Sure, but if you want a way to pare down a list that is nearing 1000 titles, it’s an idea. If you don’t mind having a giant list, so be it.
Why is ‘New World’ not under $5 at this point?