home : hot deals & information involving: games Thursday, June 22, 2017
- Semi-Annual Sale
As anticipated, Steam started their semi-annual sale with nearly every game on sale:
Older games on sale for as much as 90% off.
Popular games and games released in the last year are on sale for 10% to 50% off.
Newly released games have no discount, but may go on sale before the sale ends on July 5.
Most games work on PC, some also work on Mac.
Some first-person-shooter games require a good video card, such as an Nvidia Geforce or ATI Radeon.
Be sure to read the system requirements before buying a game.
is also on sale, which effectively turns a PC into a game console, for playing games on your living room TV.
Ethernet port, used to get your get the video and audio from your PC over the local network.
3 USB ports, for connecting a keyboard, a mouse, and controllers.
Bluetooth, for connecting wireless controllers.
Connect to your TV for video and sound, or through an A/V Receiver's HDMI "pass through" to get 5.1 surround sound with your video.
The reviews are mostly positive, with some people saying the audio or video needs to be reset after constant game playing.
While it comes with this annoying flaw, $15 still seems like a great value if you already invested a lot of money into a 3D graphics card in your PC and would like to play a game on your TV.
- Steam Link for $20
Steam Link helps turn your PC into a game console system, and lets you play games purchased through Steam.
When the box is connected to your home network, Steam Link links your HDTV with your PC and game controllers.
Steam Link normally sells for $50.
It does not include a game controller, but is compatible with wired and wireless Xbox gamepads, Playstation gamepads, and other gamepads.
A modern PC with a good graphics card will be more powerful than any Xbox or Playstation console system.
Also, games can be cheaper to buy, especially during Steam's semi-annual sale that usually occurs around January and July.
Hasbro's The Game of Life for Apple and Android Devices for Free:
Using your phone or tablet, open the App store.
Search for "The Game of Life" to download it for free.
Normally sold for $3.
If you download it for free once, the game can be downloaded again for free anytime after you delete it from your device, even if they raise the price back to $3.
So, even if you don't want this game taking up space on your device, you can download it now, delete it, then re-download it anytime in the future at no cost.
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
- The Witcher game for PC for Free
Ars Technica is giving away The Witcher (PC game) for free to registered members of their site.
Registration is free, however according to their page,
new user registration may not work due to overloaded servers.
Keep checking their page if you are interested in registering and getting this game for free.
They may expire this deal today, so we hope you get in.