I 100%-ed Skyrim today, it’s a big relief.
Steam is currently down (for what I don’t know), so I will probably not be able to get Shelter on the voting sale. Though I have purchased Viscera Cleanup Detail: Santa’s Rampage, Braid, Knights of Pen and Paper +1 Deluxe, and the Trine Collection, before.
Today I snagged three things on the sale. The Deluxe version of Oblivion (with all of the expansions and extra stuff), Super Meat Boy, and the 400 Days DLC for The Walking Dead (it was under 2 euro). I already have vanilla Oblivion, but I wanted to get Shivering Isles for it. Buying the deluxe version was probably the only way to get all the extra stuff this late.
I didn’t spend a penny on the autumn sale this year, to save for the sale that is going on right now. So far I’ve only bought two games: AVGN Adventures and Cook, Serve, Delicious!, the latter being very addicting.
I’m planning to purchase most of the games I’ve got on my wishlist, if they are 50% off or more. Compared to last year, my list is mostly DLC and indie games. I’ll post again if I buy something else.
I’ve had Music Creator 6 Touch on my Steam wishlist for a couple of months now, because music-making programs are always good to have when making movies. Especially when this one allows you to use the music you make in commercial purposes. I haven’t actually used it yet, but it looks good. For the next 22 hours it’s on Steam for 17 euro (usual price is 50), and here’s a link for the interested. Note: I am an amateur when it comes to making music, but I do know how to edit audio.
I’ve been absent from here for a few days, and I’ll write some rambles later, but I’d like to give a tip. Until monday, the game Alan Wake is super cheap on Steam. 90% off it is. I’ve heard mixed things about the game, but it looks interesting so I bought it earlier today. That is what I wanted to tell.
Steam is having their holiday sale, and I just went nuts over it. Bought 10 items. All of them were under 10 euro each, except for a collection.