The Steam Summer Sale is coming to a close, wrapping up two weeks of major discounts across the best (and worst) digital PC games. Price cuts are offered on today's biggest triple-A titles, old classics, and the hottest indies, giving you more reasons to stay inside gaming. However, with discounts ending on July 5, time is running out.
One Windows Central forum member has listed his top purchases over the Steam Summer Sale so far.
As always, we want to know your top purchases from the Steam Summer Sale. Which titles are worth the buy? Which do you still plan to pick up? Drop into the forum thread linked below and share your thoughts.
For those yet to take advantage of the discounts, make sure to check out our breakdown of the top 10 deals available right now.
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