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The Steam Summer Picnic Sale is now on

The Steam Summer Picnic Sale is now on

The Steam Summer Picnic Sale is now on.

The Steam Summer Picnic Sale is now on

 

The Steam Summer Picnic Sale is now on, giving gamers some cracking good deals until July 4th, which includes VR Games, software and even Steam hardware like the Steam Controller and Steam Link. 

Below is an image showing just a few of these new deals, giving gamers the ability to purchase games at reduced prices with up to 90% off certain products. 

  The Steam Summer Picnic Sale is now on.

 

You can look at the Steam Summer Picnic Sale here. 

 

You can join the discussion on the Steam Summer Picnic sale on the OC3D Forums.

 

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23-06-2016, 14:05:12

SeekaX
They really messed up with getting rid of the daily deals. Whenever there is a Steam sale going on now i just look through what they have on offer on day one, which tends to be usual suspects and then i don't go back.Quote

23-06-2016, 14:14:47

WYP
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Originally Posted by SeekaX View Post
They really messed up with getting rid of the daily deals. Whenever there is a Steam sale going on now i just look through what they have on offer on day one, which tends to be usual suspects and then i don't go back.
I did enjoy the daily deals, but I think steam were sick of crashing their site every day during the duration of the sales.Quote

23-06-2016, 14:20:12

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by WYP View Post
I did enjoy the daily deals, but I think steam were sick of crashing their site every day during the duration of the sales.
Pretty sure last year they said after they removed the daily/flash deals they actually made more money because people had more time to look at those deals that catch there eye, which in turn meant more time for them to think about buying it, feeling the pressure of if that deal left, then them buying it. Although I did like the flash sales.. that's how i got some games super cheap that I wouldn't have gotten otherwise that I ended up loving. Prime example being Sins of the Solar Empire/RebellionQuote

23-06-2016, 14:22:15

WYP
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Pretty sure last year they said after they removed the daily/flash deals they actually made more money because people had more time to look at those deals that catch there eye, which in turn meant more time for them to think about buying it, feeling the pressure of if that deal left, then them buying it. Although I did like the flash sales.. that's how i got some games super cheap that I wouldn't have gotten otherwise that I ended up loving. Prime example being Sins of the Solar Empire/Rebellion
I love sins of a solar empire. There is actually a new DLC out for that.

http://forums.sinsofasolarempire.com/477959/page/1/Quote

23-06-2016, 14:27:38

Wraith
Really not seeing anything worthwhile yet, or at a "Sale" price for that matter.

Sonic Franchise £38.99 on Steam or £6.75 on Humble Bundle....., Lego The Force Awakens £24.99 on Steam or £12.75 on CDKeys... Same crap every year, although GTA V, Doom and Fallout 4 are quite tempting prices compared to the other sites.Quote
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