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Some absolute crazy deals are available on Steam for Linux for under £4

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Right now on Steam you can get some really insane deals, so I've picked out a bunch for cash-strapped Linux gamers.

If you forgot to make plans to celebrate new year, never fear, as I am here to point out some awesome games you could be playing.

I have hand-picked some games that are not only good, but dirt cheap too. All listed games are available for under £4.

Note: These are just a few choice picks, there's obviously tons more available.

* Besiege - 30% off
* Metro 2033 Redux - 80% off
* Metro: Last Light Redux - 80% off
* Mount & Blade: Warband - 75%
* Outlast - 75% off
* Shadowrun: Dragonfall - Director's Cut - 80% off
* STAR WARS Knights of the Old Republic II - The Sith Lords - 75% off
* Tomb Raider - 75% off
* Transistor - 80% off

You can see the full list of games on Steam under £4 here.

Let us know what you have picked up in this massive sale in the comments and feel free to give your suggestions. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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spiffyk Dec 30, 2016
Got the Metro Redux bundle, finished 2033 already (Last Light is waiting until after college exams lol). Absolutely amazing!
tuubi Dec 30, 2016
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The Metro games proclaim "full controller support" so I assume it's not all hardcore twitch action, but how's the difficulty? Can I expect to enjoy the story even if I'm not that keen on (or very good at) FPS action?
omer666 Dec 30, 2016
Quoting: tuubiThe Metro games proclaim "full controller support" so I assume it's not all hardcore twitch action, but how's the difficulty? Can I expect to enjoy the story even if I'm not that keen on (or very good at) FPS action?
It can range from really easy to hardcore crazy depending on your difficulty settings.
tuubi Dec 30, 2016
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Quoting: omer666
Quoting: tuubiThe Metro games proclaim "full controller support" so I assume it's not all hardcore twitch action, but how's the difficulty? Can I expect to enjoy the story even if I'm not that keen on (or very good at) FPS action?
It can range from really easy to hardcore crazy depending on your difficulty settings.
Ah, so there's an easy difficulty level available. Good enough for me. Thanks.
M@GOid Dec 30, 2016
Quoting: tuubiThe Metro games proclaim "full controller support" so I assume it's not all hardcore twitch action, but how's the difficulty? Can I expect to enjoy the story even if I'm not that keen on (or very good at) FPS action?

Actually, their control layout was clearly created joypad first then ported to mouse/keyboard, judging by the awful default keyboard bindings.
cprn Dec 30, 2016
Money's not an issue... Time is! ;D
ripper Dec 30, 2016
I'd add Death by Game Show for €2:
http://store.steampowered.com/app/409730
Expalphalog Dec 30, 2016
Quoting: tuubiThe Metro games proclaim "full controller support" so I assume it's not all hardcore twitch action, but how's the difficulty? Can I expect to enjoy the story even if I'm not that keen on (or very good at) FPS action?

I have zero twitch skills and suck hardcore at FPS's and I greatly enjoyed the Metro games. There were a couple of parts that I had difficulty with but for the most part, you can play it pretty slow and methodical.
tuubi Dec 30, 2016
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Thanks guys. My impression of the Metro games seems to have been a bit off. I've already exhausted (and exceeded) my Winter Sale budget, but I will get the bundle in the next sale. :)
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