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Reminder to anyone buying the Witcher 1 or 2: you can use your Steam product key to redeem a DRM-free copy on GoG, complete with wallpapers, a manual, an artbook, maps, avatars, the soundtrack, and more.
Thanks, CD Projekt RED (team)!
"Opinions are like magnets, nobody knows how they work." - Foppe Steam Summer Sale 2014 - GO RED TEAM!
Divinity: Original Sin plus DLC/Art/Soundtrack. $40, one game, first half hour of the sale. That was my budget. I guess I need to hide under a rock for the next several days to avoid spending more monies. The good news is Divinity is one of the only games I really wanted, so I'm happy.
. . . methodical, exacting, and worst of all, patient.
Probably gonna pick up Far Cry 3 and Blood Dragon first. Debating on the Witcher 2, it's so low I feel like I should, but I picked up the original in a Steam sale a few years ago and only touched it for like 5 minutes. Don't know if I waste the 4 dollars. In a Steam sale that could mean a whole other game I could get.