The Steam Summer Sale is here! Although, as usual, the store page is getting hammered at present, so it's entirely possible you won't be able to see what's on offer until later.
Fortunately, this is no problem to a Connecting to Websites that are Heavily Trafficked Ninja such as myself, and as such I am happy to bring you today's deals on Steam for your reference.
The headline Daily Deal for today is BioShock Infinite, which is around half its usual price, and now comes equipped with those Steam Trading Cards that everyone seems so excited about.
Alongside that, other featured deals include puzzle platformer Toki Tori 2+ for 34% off; space strategy 4X title Endless Space for 66% off; Don't Starve for 20% off; Scribblenauts Unlimited for 75% off; Left 4 Dead 2 for 75% off; Hotline Miami for 75% off; Call of Juarez Gunslinger for 33% off; Defiance for 66% off; and Mars War Logs for 33% off. All of these titles have been updated with Trading Card support.
Flash sales run for 8 hours instead of a whole day, and at the time of writing consist of Skyrim for half price; GRID 2 for 40% off; Dragon Age Origins Ultimate Edition for 70% off; and Counter-Strike Global Offensive for 66% off.
There's also a Community's Choice slot, but there isn't anything in that at the time of writing. In 8 hours' time, it'll be chosen between Dishonored for 66% off; Borderlands 2 for 66% off; and Far Cry 3 for 40% off. On the off-chance you can actually get at the Steam front page without an error 503, you can vote for which one you'd like to be the Community's Choice simply by clicking the relevant button.
Alongside these featured deals, there's a bunch of other stuff heavily discounted, but you might have to search for it. Particular highlights include Zeboyd Games' retro role-playing games, and Blot Interactive has kindly assembled a rather specialized list of Toronto-based indies who are participating in the sale. Indie dev Rob Remakes also has a list of the very cheapest things possible on the whole store.
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