Ten Hidden Gems in Steam’s Summer Sale

Whenever there’s a Steam sale, there’s usually a few games that are tucked away in a corner somewhere that have no advertising. Even though most of these aren’t big enough to be featured on the main page, they are still gems that should be bought up. We’ve compiled a list of games that we feel either deserve to be purchased and is an incredible value. The rule is that it has to be at least 70% off, otherwise there’s a chance it will drop in price again before the sale ends. If you find anything else we may have overlooked, be sure to let us know below!

To The Moon – $2.99 (70% off)

While short, this is a surprisingly emotional story that pretty much any computer can play.


Daedalic Bundle – $19.99 (75% off)

While they’re not without flaws, I will continue to defend Daedalic Entertainment’s excellence, and five of their fantastic games for four dollars each is a steal.


They Bleed Pixels  – $2.49 (75% off)

A fun Super Meat Boy-esque platformer with a beautiful art style? Sign me up.


Strike Suit Zero – $4.99 (75% off)

Its scale may be a bit daunting, but this is one of the best space combat games on Steam.


Half-Minute Hero – $2.49 (75% off)

If you didn’t own this absolutely chaotic RPG on the PSP or Xbox Live Arcade, then there should be no passing it up at this price.


No Time To Explain – $2.49 (75% off)

Say what you will, this is a comical game that breathes life into the platforming genre.


Bionic Commando: Rearmed – $2.49 (75% off)

Arguably the best Bionic Commando game in the series!


Dyad – $3.74 (75% off)

A rhythm based game that’s full of psychedelic imagery and great music.


Sine Mora – $2.49 (75% off)

A cross between Grasshopper Manufacture and Digital Reality, this is a strangely appealing anthropomorphic story with unique shmup gameplay.


E.Y.E: Divine Cybermancy – $2.49 (75% off) / $7.49 for four pack

While not exactly Deus Ex, this Action-RPG is still one of those games you appreciate.


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  • JPeeples

    I haven’t even heard of No Time to Explain, but picked it up after seeing that steep discount on it.