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Bundle Stars is having a Summer Sale, daily deals until August 22nd

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If you were craving some cheap games to buy, then we have good news for you. Bundle Stars will be having daily deals for two weeks. That's enough time to be lucky and eventually find the game you were looking for.

Plus, by buying a game, you automatically participate in a chance to win a HTC Vive. As always, it's always best in these cases to spend some time to read the Terms and Conditions of the contest, especially if your main interest is to participate for the prize. Also, remember that the Vive still doesn't support Linux!

Finally, a small hint: the current bundles aren't featuring a lot of Linux games (generally, only 2 out of 8 games are supported), so it's best to look for individual titles instead.

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Mountain Man 9 August 2016 at 5:44 pm UTC
Of course all the caveats of buying from key resellers apply...
liamdawe 9 August 2016 at 5:46 pm UTC
Mountain ManOf course all the caveats of buying from key resellers apply...
Well, Bundle Stars are one of the more legit resellers. Not all of them are evil.
manero666 9 August 2016 at 6:20 pm UTC
This is what is written if you scroll to the bottom of the main page:

"Bundle Stars is the official retail partner of 600+ game publishers"

Meaning that they are 100% legit and the keys are coming straight from the publisher!
I.e Batman is 75% off on there but also on Steam and Indiegala (probably somewhere else too)..

I love to buy from them because they have some very good bundle with huge cuts, like the "Grand Master Bundle"

I bought it and what I tried work with Wine (pride of nations and civil war II), not sure about the other but there should be no problem.

Also the games included in the "War Heroes bundle" work with Wine!
Mountain Man 9 August 2016 at 8:18 pm UTC
manero666This is what is written if you scroll to the bottom of the main page:

"Bundle Stars is the official retail partner of 600+ game publishers"
And what would you expect them to say about themselves if they weren't legit?
ElectricPrism 9 August 2016 at 8:20 pm UTC
Seeing Rocket League on page one is still a kick in the balls...
MayeulC 9 August 2016 at 8:33 pm UTC
Mountain Man
manero666This is what is written if you scroll to the bottom of the main page:

"Bundle Stars is the official retail partner of 600+ game publishers"
And what would you expect them to say about themselves if they weren't legit?

QuoteBundle Stars is the proud retail partner of 6000+ game key smugglers
tuubi 9 August 2016 at 9:02 pm UTC
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ElectricPrismSeeing Rocket League on page one is still a kick in the balls...
Also, Mad Max. I assume it's still coming as well?
Linas 10 August 2016 at 7:04 am UTC
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tuubi
ElectricPrismSeeing Rocket League on page one is still a kick in the balls...
Also, Mad Max. I assume it's still coming as well?

It is best to assume that it is not. Better for mental health.
tuubi 10 August 2016 at 7:21 am UTC
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tuubiAlso, Mad Max. I assume it's still coming as well?

It is best to assume that it is not. Better for mental health.
Too late to worry about that. Aren't we Linux gamers all a bit nuts? But I guess you're right. Never expect anything and every release is a happy surprise.
Linas 10 August 2016 at 8:27 am UTC
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LinasIt is best to assume that it is not. Better for mental health.
Too late to worry about that. Aren't we Linux gamers all a bit nuts?
If you mean that some of the choices we make are more emotional than rational, then yes. Not using Linux, now that's nuts.

tuubiBut I guess you're right. Never expect anything and every release is a happy surprise.
I would not go as far as to say that you should never expect anything. But refraining from buying games based on promises is something many of us have learned the hard way.
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