November 22, 2017 1 min read
It's the week of peak consumerism, and merchants would very much appreciate your cooperation. You, presumed holder of money, have options about where to spend it. Valve would prefer if you blew it on PC games.
Steam's 2017 Autumn Sale has started, and, as expected, there are some cheap PC titles. Some immediate standouts are: Middle-earth: Shadow of War for $35.99, The Evil Within 2 for $29.99, Nier: Automata for $35.99, Dark Souls III for $23.99, and Prey for $19.99.
But that's only .075 percent of the deals. There are 6,709 items that are discounted and it'd probably be best if you just looked for yourself. The sale runs through the morning of November 28.
Also attached to this event is the beginning of the second annual Steam Awards. Categories are silly (just like last year), with names like "Mom's Spaghetti Award," "The World Is Grim Enough Let's Just All Get Along Award," and "Whoooaaaaaaa, Dude! 2.0 Award." There are badges to be crafted for writing in nominations, so go do that if it's your style. If it isn't, then just go peruse the list of games you might buy. I know that's your style or else you wouldn't be reading this post.
Steam Autumn Sale [Steam]
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