If you liked F-Zero, you’ll like Redout, and you’ll especially like it with today’s deal from Chrono.gg. $23 gets you the game, a digital artbook, a soundtrack, and all three DLC track packs. For comparison’s sake, the base game sells for $35 on Steam, and the track packs alone would cost an extra $20. The only catch?…
If you like puzzles, exploration, and beautiful things, you’ll love The Witness, and you can get it for half off today from the Humble store.
Though you’ll still need an expensive-ass computer to run it, the Oculus Rift VR system is finally approaching affordability, with the headset and controller bundle now available for $399. That’s $200 less than this bundle used to cost, and in fact, it’s less than the headset by itself cost not that long ago.
Superhot is a shooter blends a beautiful aesthetic with a perfectly executed bullet time-like mechanic, and you can get a Steam key for just $12 from Chrono.gg today, the lowest price anyone’s ever listed on the game.
Civilization VI just made some major changes in its summer update, and you can pick up the game for $40 today. That’s about $4 short of the price we saw during the Steam Summer Sale, but still a solid deal considering there’s never been a better time to try the game out. Just be sure to place your order before Gandhi…
Humble’s new Saints Row Bundle features—you guessed it—a bunch of Saints Row games. But you’ll also find other Deep Silver titles scattered among the various tiers, including a few Homefront games, Mighty No. 9, Killer Is Dead, and more.
I imagine most of you have played at least one or two of Telltale’s choice-driven narrative games, but the newest Humble Bundle is a great excuse to try out more.
Want a gaming PC, but don’t feel like building your own? This Amazon Gold Box deal is a pretty good place to start.
Update: The Steam Link is sold out, but the controller is still available.
If you have Overwatch and an Amazon Prime Membership, you can get a free in-game Golden Loot Box with a guaranteed legendary item today, plus 10 more standard loot boxes for free later on (five in August, five more in October).
Today I learned Razer makes an Xbox One/PC gamepad, and while it’s not wireless like Microsoft’s, it does have four customizable buttons, an audio control panel, and removable rubber palm grips. It’s ostensibly designed for esports enthusiasts, but at an all-time low $75, even us amateurs could consider it.
Humble’s Indie Bundle 18 is still going strong, but they’re piling onto your Steam backlog with the launch of the Humble GameOn Bundle, which includes the likes of Grim Fandango Remastered, Her Story, The Stanley Parable, and even Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, just for starters. As always, a portion of the proceeds…
The Steam Summer Sale is still a month away, but you can whet your appetite with Humble’s equally enormous Spring Sale.
Humble’s going back to its roots this week with its 18th Indie Bundle, and its first since last August. There’s no overriding theme here, and it’s not centered around a certain developer or type of game - it’s just great indie games that you can buy for whatever price you want.