Author Topic: Autumn sale on steam: Sega joins the bandwagon with some amazing cuts.  (Read 2999 times)

Offline CrazyT

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http://store.steampowered.com/publisher/SEGA


Highlights

Renegade OPS
50% cut
at 7,49$

Footbal manager 2012
25% cut
at 29,99$

Virtua Tennis 4
50% cut
at 14,99$

Empire & Napolean total war GOTY edition
50% cut
at 14,99$

Shogun 2 Total War
50% cut
at 14.99$

Alien vs Predator
50% cut
at 9,99$

Alpha protocol
50% cut
at 9,99$

The Club
50% cut
at 7,49$ (didn't even know this game was on steam)

My little brother just bought Renegade Ops. The online server for renegade ops is pretty lame imo. You can't even chat with each other so everytime u want to wait for more people to join, they have no idea wether you're idle or not. I have someone that can always join me now though hehe ^^

My work here as the messenger is done
« Last Edit: November 24, 2011, 03:21:50 am by CrazyTails »

Offline ezodagrom

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Re: Autumn sale on steam: Sega joins the bandwagon with some amazing cuts.
« Reply #1 on: November 23, 2011, 09:43:13 pm »
One note, there are some games that have special deals for one day only (those seen in the steam's front page, in the today's deals section), and they will change to a lower discount once the 24 hours have passed.

Out of all SEGA games, right now only Renegade Ops is a daily deal, with a 50% discount for today. But when the 24 hours are over it's going to have a lower discount (my guess is that it'll change to 33% or 25%).

In the other days, other SEGA games could end up being daily deals, so I would recommend holding out on buying any game until the last day of the autumn sale (november 27), to see which games appear on the daily deals.

Anyway, here are the SEGA discounts:
- Renegade Ops (25%) - $11.24/9.74€/£7.49

- Football Manager 2012 (25%) - $29.99/37.49€/£22.49
- Football Manager 2011 (50%) - $9.99/12.49€/£9.99

- Virtua Tennis 4 (50%) - $14.99/14.99€/£9.99
- Virtua Tennis 2009 (50%) - $4.99/4.99€/£4.99

- Shogun 2 Total War (50%) - $14.99/19.99€/£14.99
- Shogun 2 DLC Ikko Ikki Clan Pack (50%) - $2.49/1.75€/£1.49
- Shogun 2 DLC Sengoku Jidai Unit Pack (50%) - $1.62/0.99€/£0.99
- Shogun 2 DLC Rise of the Samurai Campaign (50%) - $4.99/3.49€/£2.99
- Empire and Napoleon Total War (50%) - $14.99/14.99€/£9.99
- Rome Total War (50%) - $4.99/4.99€/£2.49
- Rome Total War: Alexander (50%) - $2.49/2.49€/£2.49
- Medieval II Total War (50%) - $4.99/4.99€/£4.99
- Medieval II Total War: Kingdoms (50%) - $2.49/2.49€/£2.49

- Dreamcast Collection (50%) - $14.99/4.99€/£7.49 (each game is $4.49/4.99€/£2.99, yeah...in Euro stores the collection is at the same price as the individual games o_o)
- Sonic & SEGA All Stars Racing (50%) - $9.99/9.99€/£7.49

- SEGA Genesis Classics Collection (50%) - $14.98/14.98€/£10.98 (individual games are $1.49/1.24€/£0.99, the collection doesn't have the Sonic games below)
- Sonic 3 & Knuckles (50%) - $2.49/2.24€/£1.99
- Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (50%) - $2.49/2.24€/£1.99
- Sonic the Hedgehog (50%) - $2.49/2.24€/£1.99
- Sonic 3D Blast (50%) - $2.49/2.24€/£1.99
- Sonic Spinball (50%) - $2.49/2.24€/£1.99
- Dr. Robotnik Mean Bean Machine (50%) - $2.49/2.24€/£1.99

- Alpha Protocol (50%) - $9.99/9.99€/£7.49
- Aliens vs Predator (50%) - $9.99/9.99€/£7.49 (each DLC map pack is also 50% off, $3.74/2.99€/£2.49 each)
- Stormrise (50%) - $9.99/9.99€/£7.49
- Space Siege (50%) - $7.49/7.49€/£4.99
- The Club (50%) - $7.49/4.99€/£4.99
- Universe at War: Earth Assault (50%) - $9.99/7.49€/£4.99
« Last Edit: November 24, 2011, 12:09:58 pm by ezodagrom »

Offline CrazyT

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Re: Autumn sale on steam: Sega joins the bandwagon with some amazing cuts.
« Reply #2 on: November 24, 2011, 03:17:54 am »
I didn't know there was a price difference for each region. Thanks for correcting me on that ezo :)
« Last Edit: November 24, 2011, 03:59:18 am by CrazyTails »

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Re: Autumn sale on steam: Sega joins the bandwagon with some amazing cuts.
« Reply #3 on: November 24, 2011, 04:18:37 am »
- Rome Total War (50%) - $4.99/4.99€/£2.49

This is old enough to play on even the most dated computers and at this price I recommend ANY Sega fan that hasn't played a Total War game yet to try this series out now.

Rome is regarded as one of the best games in the series and at that price none should miss it, even the people that don't THINK they'd like it... At that price it's worth finding out for sure!

/sales pitch


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Re: Autumn sale on steam: Sega joins the bandwagon with some amazing cuts.
« Reply #4 on: November 24, 2011, 04:31:27 am »
Seconding what Sharky said. I remember thinking I wouldn't like Rome because I didn't think I would like the turn-based strategy or that the real time play would be too complicated, but then I played the full version and it became like crack. I couldn't stop playing it.

Go get it right now, then come and thank us later.

Offline ezodagrom

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Re: Autumn sale on steam: Sega joins the bandwagon with some amazing cuts.
« Reply #5 on: November 24, 2011, 12:09:17 pm »
Daily deal is over, Renegade Ops discount has been decreased from 50% to 25%, and now it costs $11.24/9.74€/£7.49.

Today there's new daily deals, and from SEGA there's the Total War Mega Pack, which includes Medieval II Total War, Rome Total War, Empire Total War, Napoleon Total War, and the DLC for each game. The Mega Pack has a 75% discount and costs $12.49/12.49€/£8.74.

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Re: Autumn sale on steam: Sega joins the bandwagon with some amazing cuts.
« Reply #6 on: November 24, 2011, 12:15:48 pm »
It gets even better. Since a few hours they're offering a new Total war daily deal

http://store.steampowered.com/sub/11657/

Total war mega pack for the mere price of 12,49€ with a cut of 75%.

I am hesitating wether I should buy it or not... has mostly to do with finances :(

Edit: Ninja'd

Edit: sigh, well I bought it anyway
« Last Edit: November 24, 2011, 12:31:20 pm by CrazyTails »

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Re: Autumn sale on steam: Sega joins the bandwagon with some amazing cuts.
« Reply #7 on: November 25, 2011, 12:06:21 pm »
Total War Mega Pack is back to a 50% discount instead of 75%, and a new daily deal has started. Today there's no SEGA games in the daily deal though.

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Re: Autumn sale on steam: Sega joins the bandwagon with some amazing cuts.
« Reply #8 on: November 25, 2011, 12:29:51 pm »
Btw ezo, kinda funny how i havent asked u yet :P, but what's your steam account name?
« Last Edit: November 25, 2011, 12:41:13 pm by CrazyTails »

Offline ezodagrom

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Re: Autumn sale on steam: Sega joins the bandwagon with some amazing cuts.
« Reply #9 on: November 25, 2011, 05:09:22 pm »
Btw ezo, kinda funny how i havent asked u yet :P, but what's your steam account name?
ezodagrom, same as my username here. :>

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Re: Autumn sale on steam: Sega joins the bandwagon with some amazing cuts.
« Reply #10 on: November 27, 2011, 11:43:48 am »
Hey thanks, I added you. Also joined that sega boards group :P

So about total war. This is my first time really getting into it. Awesome game.