According the to totally accurate and absolutely infallible whenisthenextsteamsale.com, we’re on the eve of the annual Steam summer sale. While a Steam sale isn’t the same spectacle it once was, this is as good a time as any to go through my wish-list and fine-tune it.
The Witcher 3 DLC
Of course this is on here. When I first purchased The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, all of the big expansions hadn’t been released yet. So with my recent love affair with the base game itself, I figure getting the expansion pass is an easy call.
I’m a big fan of games that have a cool look. It’s gotten me into plenty of trouble before, but I’ve heard pretty good things about Moonlighter. You play as a shopkeeper who has to go through their daily motions of running a store, while also being a part-time adventurer. That sounds pretty neat to me.
Warhammer: Vermintide II
I’ve been super interested in Vermintide II, but never pulled the trigger on it. I’ve also pitched my friends on this Warhammer version of Left 4 Dead, but despite our collective interest, we haven’t made a purchase yet. If the price is right, maybe we’ll all be playing by the end of the week.
PC Building Simulator
I have a problem and I’m well aware of it. Leave me alone.
I really enjoyed Battleblock Theater when it came out in 2013 on the Xbox 360, but I never had the opportunity to really try out the cooperative levels. So my plan is to buy two copies of this and burden someone else with the punishment that is, Battleblock Theater‘s cooperative mode.
I’m fully aware that Vampyr was released two weeks ago and there probably wont be a sale on it at all, but a man can dream, right? It’s gotten a mixed reception since its release, but if it was cheap enough, I’d be willing to give it a shot. I miss demos…
This is yet another game that just was fully released a few days ago but I’m still having delusional hopes it might be on sale. I just like seeing cars smash up real good.
Mountain bikes are cool. This game is about riding them. I could be into that for the right price.
I’m realizing at this point that I’m not genuinely excited to play some of these games, but more curious about them. So either I have to become a millionaire so I can buy all of these games without feeling bad about it, or there should be more demos and trials out there. But there’s a secret third option that could be good too, all of these games could be on sale for a buck each. I’d be okay with that too.