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Daily Scoop: October 24, 2014 – Quiet Friday
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Author: Nicole Kline
Hey there, Internet! It’s quiet here in the video game deals/video game t-shirt world today. Not that I’m complaining: I have plenty of video games and t-shirts. But I am always happy to add more to my collection of both.
There are a few games for sale at the Humble Store. You can pick up Escape Dead Island for $33.99, Forced for $4.49, and Gunpoint for $1.99.
The Daily Deal at Steam is the Eidos Anthology. It’s 34 games and DLC for $51.99, which is 75% off the full price. There’s a huge list there, and you should at least give it a glance!
I’ve got three shirts for you today…
That’s right, friends. Gunpoint is not just on sale, it’s on sale for a ridiculously small amount of money. It’s Steam’s Daily Deal, and it’s just $1.99. You can also get the Special Edition for $3.99 or the Exclusive Edition for $5.99, if you want even more awesomeness. Steam’s also got a new Weekend Deal, which is early access to The Forest on sale for $10.04.
The brand new Humble Weekly Bundle is called “Get Your Learn On.” Pay what you want for Type:Ride, Ludwig, and Crazy Plant Shop. Pay more than the average to get Sokobond and Influent + Language Pack. Pay $9 or more to unlock Contraption Maker and The Counting Kingdom.
Hit the jump to check out today’s t-shirts!
Halloween is closing on us fast, and to celebrate, there’s a brand new Humble MoBOOile Bundle! Pay what you want for Rebuild, Oscura: Second Shadow, and Containment: The Zombie Puzzler. Pay more than the average and get Five Nights at Freddy’s, Dead Effect, and The Walking Dead: Assault. Scooooop ‘em up!
The Mixer 10 Bundle is brand new over at Indie Royale. Beat the average to get Solar Flux, Holy Avatar vs. Maidens of the Dead, Home Sheep Home 2, Explodemon, War in a Box: Paper Tanks, Delve Deeper, Cargo Commander, EvilQuest, Luna Shattered Hearts Episode 1, and NekoChan Hero – Collection.
And let’s not forget the Daily Deal over at Steam! Today they’ve got Rage on sale for just $4.99. Definitely grab that one if you’ve been waiting for the price to drop!
Again, just two shirts for you!
Samurai Punk’s awesome Screencheat is now available, and the Humble Deluxe Edition is now available for pre-order over at the Humble Store! It costs $16.49, and includes an in-game exclusive weapon skin and the game soundtrack. I played this game at PAX Prime when it was across from us in the Indie MEGABOOTH, and I really loved it! You should definitely pick it up.
The Midweek Madness over at Steam is Gods Will be Watching, which is 50% off at $4.99 until October 24. The Daily Deal today is Hegemony Rome: The Rise of Caesar, which is on sale for $7.49. Scoop ‘em up!
Just two shirts today…
Who doesn’t love the sweet, slick, retro style of Kickstarter darling Hyper Light Drifter? This 2D action RPG took the indie world by storm last year, ultimately collecting more than $640,000 from backers during its Kickstarter campaign. Watching the videos and seeing the magic unfold as developer Heart Machine met its goal, beat it, and then left it in the dust was a joyful experience. I got a chance to play Hyper Light Drifter at PAX East this year and the staff loved it so much we chose it for our PAXpocalpyse list. And now I’m getting the chance to play it early in my living room thanks to a backers-only beta. The PC beta was originally supposed to be available from October 3rd through the 5th, but after some “internal discussions, the team decided to extend the beta to the 31st. I couldn’t be happier, and I’ll admit – I’ve had a hard time putting it down. (more…)
I’m still feeling a bit under the weather, but a weekend on the couch with Anthony Amato and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel was pretty awesome. We curled up with Wilhelm and Nisha and brought the law to some mangy scavs. It was awesome!
But let’s talk about the best deal of the day: the Humble Flash Bundle, which benefits Extra Life! Pay what you want for Potatoman Seeks the Troof, the closed beta for Trove, Defiance, Lone Survivor: The Director’s Cut, a one-week closed beta key for Landmark, a 30-day subscription to Twitch Turbo, and a 30-day subscription to reddit gold. Pay $6 or more to unlock You Don’t Know Jack Classic Pack, King Arthur’s Gold, early access to Speedrunners, and Rift. Finally, pay $13 or more to unlock early access to Nom Nom Galaxy and four copies of King Arthur’s Gold (called the “Squad Pack”). That’s a LOT of games!
Steam has over 60 games that will be on sale in their Week-Long Deals, including Rock of Ages for $1.99, OTTTD for $6.59, and Crystals of Time for $0.99. Their Daily Deal is one I’ve been enjoying on the PlayStation 4, and that’s Road Not Taken, which is on sale for $7.49. It comes from the same company that made the adorable (and addictive) Triple Town, a developer called Spry Fox. Give them your money!
Finally, let’s check out some t-shirts!
Well, it only took them three straight days and more than a few emails, but Gearbox finally sent me an “Appreciation” code for Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel. Hopefully the code works, and I’ll be able to lay down and play some tonight! The bad news is, I’ve got an awful headache, which may mean no gaming for me. Time (and Tylenol) will tell!
The Humble Store is having a huge sale on Devolver Digital games this weekend! Shadow Warrior is $9.99, Hatoful Boyfriend is $4.99, Hotline Miami is $2.49, and Luftrausers is $4.99, among others. And the Steam Daily Deal is one of my favorite PC games – The Stanley Parable! Pick up this wacky indie game for just $5.09.
Let’s wrap this up like we always do: with some t-shirts!
This is where my review of Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel would be, if I had received the game on time. I received a free code for the game – a “Certificate of Appreciation” – from Gearbox when I went to their panel at PAX East. PAX Prime attendees of their panel also got Certificates. But many people who received these Certificates are just now getting game codes – or still waiting for them – three days after the game was released. (more…)