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Steam Now Holding Halloween 2012 Games Sale

In celebration of Halloween, Steam is hosting a sale on horror and darker fantasy titles. Though not quite as epic as the Steam Summer Sale or the Steam Christmas Sale, there are quite a few goodies packed into the sale, such as indie darling Limbo and Ubisoft's post-apocalyptic survival game I Am Alive. Here's a list of the featured titles on sale:

·        Magicka – 75% off - $2.49

·        Anna – 50% off - $4.99

·        The Secret World (subscription fee required) – 25% off - $22.49

·        Deadlight – 15% off - $12.74

·        Costume Quest - 50% off - $7.49

·        They Bleed Pixels – 66% off - $3.39

·        Dungeon Defenders – 75% off – $3.74

·        Condemned: Criminal Origins – 50% off - $7.49

·        Left 4 Dead 2 – 75% off - $4.99

·        Alan Wake – 50% off - $14.99

·        The Walking Dead series – 40% off - $14.99

·        Rage – 50% off - $9.99

·        Dead Rising 2 – 75% off - $7.49

·        Amnesia: The Dark Descent – 75% off - $4.99

·        F.E.A.R. 3 – 75% off - $4.99

·        Dead Space 2 – 75% off - $4.99

·        Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition – 50% off - $14.99

·        Dead Island – 50% off - $9.99

·        I Am Alive – 25% off - $11.24

·        BioShock 2 – 75% off - $4.99

·        Lone Survivor – 50% off - $4.99

·        Prototype 2 – 50% off - $19.99

·        Limbo – 75% off - $2.49

·        Zombie Driver – 50% off - $4.99

·        Alan Wake's American Nightmare – 50% off - $7.49

·        Plants vs. Zombies – 75% off - $2.49

·        Orcs Must Die 2 – 50% off - $7.49

·        Darkness 2 – 75% off - $12.49

·        Killing Floor: Hillbilly Horror Event – 75% off - $4.99

·        Alice: Madness Returns – 75% off - $4.99

There are plenty of other titles that are also on sale. Head over to the Halloween Sale 2012 page to take advantage of these discounts… until Steam's next big sale.

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  • azraa
    Man, I love those sales.

    Reply
  • thecolorblue
    TY Toms... loading up steam now.

    Start Menu > Steam...
    2 clicks... nice
    Reply
  • nukemaster
    Start(Metro) -> Click Steam.

    Seems the same to me :)
    Reply
  • jkflipflop98
    nukemasterStart(Metro) -> Click Steam.Seems the same to me
    The Start Menu going full screen IS A CATASTROPHE THAT WILL RUN THE PC ECOSYSTEM FOREVER!!!11!
    Reply
  • thecolorblue
    nukemasterStart(Metro) -> Click Steam.Seems the same to meexcept I could still read Toms while doing it.

    :)
    Reply
  • azraa
    Oh, snap!

    (wait, that's actually accurate haha)
    Reply
  • aicom
    Or click Steam on your taskbar and not enter Metro at all...
    Reply
  • jhansonxi
    Even better - Valve is accepting applications for beta testers of the Linux version:
    http://www.valvesoftware.com/linuxsurvey.php
    Reply
  • dotaloc
    ...i usually just start from system tray, but i have to expand tray first...so still two clicks for me (on 7, currently)
    Reply
  • tipmen
    Damn you steam I still haven't recovered from your last sale! "I must not shop... OH! Orcs must die 2 hmm oh... prototype 1 and 2," looks at next game "oh...." Ah F$^& it... *cracks open wallet. I guess my wallet can take another hit for the team.
    Reply