Today is a good day to be a PC gamer. Valve has just announced the Steam Summer Camp Sale, offering great deals on tons of amazing titles. The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings, which GamesRadar awarded a perfect review score, is now on sale for $33.49. The price of admission for DICE’s Medal of Honor (2010) has been slashed by 66% and can be downloaded for just $10.19. If you haven’t tried Borderlands yet, now’s your chance to get it for just $7.50. Other great deals include The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion for $6.80, Test Drive Unlimited 2 for $9.99, Blood Bowl for $13.59, Operation Flashpoint Red River for $29.24, Lead and Gold for $1.50, and Dawn of War II: Retribution for $14.99.
Above: The Steam Summer Camp Sale will feature new deals everyday until July 10. But you only have until 10:00 am (Pacific Time) tomorrow to take advantage of the ones mentioned here
Above: If you like JRPGs, read our Recettear review. It’s only $5.00 during the Steam Summer Camp Sale!
But we have an extra special place in our hearts for one particular title featured in today’s sale. Recettear: An Item Shop’s Tale, the tiny indie game with huge replay value, is now on sale for just $5.00. The JRPG by Carpe Fulgur just goes to show that PC gaming isn’t just about expensive monster rigs running big budget games at the highest resolutions. The PC is one of the best platforms for indie gems and sleeper successes, like Recettear. If you’re reading this article on a PC browser, it’s almost guaranteed that you’ll be able to run Recettear just fine – and if you do, you won’t regret it.
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Recettear: An Item Shop’s Tale
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