tanker27 wrote:So I know there some kind of formula to the Steam sale madness on when you should pull the trigger to buy, I just dont know what it is.
I was once a "release day" gamer, but you are literally punished for being one these days, given that the "GOTY" or "Ultimate" editions that come 3-6 months later offer all DLC's, all extras, less bugs. The exception of course are MP titles...but ugh, MP titles are the worst offenders for "consolization".
paulWTAMU wrote:I gotta say though, I really dislike the "Big Picture" mode on Steam, at least as far as browsing goes.
lilbuddhaman wrote:Why get dishonored now at $45 when you could get all the other titles you missed at $5-10 and then get dishonored in Feb for $5-10 ?
RealWolf wrote:The rule is to only buy daily deals & flash sales until the last day. Newer games have less chance of getting the bigger discounts, but you know Dishonored is going to be 25% off through January 5th, so you might as well wait and see if it goes any cheaper between now and then.
superjawes wrote:In the light of THQ's bankruptcy, I do recommend picking up Saints Row: The Third. It is a whole lot of fun.
tanker27 wrote:That's surprising to me. Mission design was unique, the voice acting was better than most and the game was constantly reminding me how to have fun. And who doesn't love playing a Japanese game show with automatic weapons?superjawes wrote:In the light of THQ's bankruptcy, I do recommend picking up Saints Row: The Third. It is a whole lot of fun.
Got it in the Humble Bundle. I was bored after a few hours. :/
TurtlePerson2 wrote:StuG wrote:
True, but those who do pass it up will probably pay $10 during the July game and play the exact same game.
tanker27 wrote:I'm sure you noticed already but Dishonored is currently $29.99 (50% off).For instance I want to buy Dishonored, right now its -25% at 44.99. Is that the best its going to get? How long should I wait to purchase it?