Steam’s SEGA Week brings insane deals


You have Steam and enjoy deals, right? Now you can get 24 SEGA games & pieces of content on Steam, for the mere price of $90 bucks. If you buy each title, alone, you would be spending over $400 dollars.  Just want Aliens vs. Predator? Its 50% off and costs 25 bucks right now, stand alone.

You get your Total War fix, plus some Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing, Outrun Coast 2 Coast and Virtua Tennis 2009. To get the list of all the games in the special, hit the jump.

– Aliens vs. Predator
– Aliens vs. Predator Swarm Map Pack (DLC)
– Empire: Total War
– Empire Total War Elite Units America (DLC)
– Empire: Total War – Elite Units of the East (DLC)
– Empire: Total War – Elite Units of the West (DLC)
– Empire: Total War – Special Forces Units & Bonus (DLC)
– Empire: Total War – The Warpath Campaign (DLC)
– Football Manager 2010
– Medieval II: Total War
– Medieval II: Total War Kingdoms (Expansion)
– Napoleon: Total War
– Napoleon: Total War – Colition Battle Pack (DLC)
– Rome: Total War – Gold
– Rome: Total War – Alexander (Expansion)
– Outrun 2006: Coast 2 Coast
– Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing
– Space Siege
– Stormrise
– The Club
– Universe at War: Earth Assault
– Vacouver 2010
– Virtua Tennis 2009

[Source: Steam]

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6 responses to “Steam’s SEGA Week brings insane deals

  1. That IS an insane deal! Too bad no mac support.

  2. Sharky says:

    Thats some great stuff!

  3. Mengels7 says:

    So basically if I have a Total War fetish and don't already own all the games, I'm in heaven.

  4. Emmett The Crab says:

    I thought Steam was on Mac now, or it's coming really soon.

  5. George says:

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    I thought Steam was on Mac now, or it’s coming really soon.  

    Steam is on Mac, though not all games have Mac support. For example, none of SEGA's games have Mac support.

  6. TimmiT says:

    <blockquote cite="comment-938">

    Steam is on Mac, though not all games have Mac support. For example, none of SEGA’s games have Mac support.  

    Actually, Football Manager 2010 does. (but I don't think a lot of people care about that game)

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