Steam's holiday sale is wrapping up. The discount bonanza comes to a close with a selection of the most popular deals from the past two weeks, and there are plenty of quality titles to be had for very little money. Here's the full rundown.
And breathe. Of course, the encore deals aren't the only discounted games on Steam today. The Steam Database has a complete list of 353 sale items, including everything from big-budget blockbusters to smaller indie titles. Time is running out, though. This latest Steam sale ends at noon CT tomorrow.
Amazon has its own holiday game sale on right now. Most of the downloadable titles are accessible via Steam, but Amazon's prices are often lower than Valve's. Here are a few examples:
Then there are Amazon's multi-game combo packs, some of which are especially appealing:
The C&C bundle is filled with download codes for EA's Origin service, but all of the other Amazon deals are for Steam games. Happy shopping!
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