We're a little ways off from the next big Steam sale, but worry not. Amazon has discounted a boatload of downloadable PC titles as part of its End of Summer Sale. The event runs until September 1, and customers can expect to save up to 85% on a range of full releases and DLC packages. There are also a bunch of tempting combo deals:
Getting all the Command and Conquer games for five bucks is pretty sweet. I'm more partial to the Batman bundle, though. It includes the last three games in the Arkham series along with all the associated DLC. If you don't need the complete set, each title is also discounted individually.
Speaking of individual titles, here are a few other discounts that caught my eye:
Titanfall and Thief both came out earlier this year, so it's nice to see them on sale. The rest of the titles are a little bit older and, in most cases, a little bit cheaper.
Although the Amazon sale isn't as loaded as the last Steam extravaganza, it's still brimming with great deals. I'm continually amazed at how little one can spend loading up a gaming PC with quality titles.
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