Steam Weeklong Deals Begin For September 15-22

The past month or so of Steam weeklong sale deals have been fairly poor, but last week had some bright spots. This week’s deals are full of good games with a heavy discount.

  • Infinity Runner – $6.99
  • Oozi – $1.99
  • MX vs ATV Reflex – $1.99
  • Over 9000 Zombies – $3.99
  • Duke Nukem 3D: Megaton Edition – $1.49
  • Breach and Clear – $5.99
  • Mirrormoon EP – $7.99
  • Terrian Saga KR-17 – $1.69
  • Shadow Warrior – Classic Redux – $2.99
  • Shank 2 – $4.99
  • Dead Pixels – $1.01
  • Shantae: Risky’s Revenge: Director’s Cut – $7.49
  • WRC 4 – $11.99
  • Crimzon Clover: World Ignition – $7.49
  • MDK – $7.49
  • MDK 2 – $7.49
  • MDK 2 HD – $7.49
  • Teslagrad – $6.69
  • Hydrophobia Prophecy – $0.49
  • Postal 2 – $2.99
  • Space Channel 5 Part 2 – $5.99
  • Sonic Adventure DX – $5.99
  • Sega Bass Fishing – $5.99
  • Crazy Taxi – $5.99
  • Dreamcast Collection – $10.49

When it comes to easy recommendations, there are a ton to choose from here. The Dreamcast Collection is the best overall value, as you get a 50% off savings for the bundle compared to 25% for the individual games — this basically gives you a few free games since it’s less than the cost of buying two of them separately. Shantae is rarely discounted, and while it could get a steeper drop later, you can’t go wrong with it being in the $7 range either. Dead Pixels for $1 is a must-buy. It’s odd that both MDK 2 and MDK 2 HD are the same price, but going with the updated version makes sense – it’s a shame only the basic MDK and MDK 2 are bundled with a price break though. Hydrophobia for under 50 cents is insane, so buy that if you like 3D action-adventure games. Teslagrad’s a fairly new release, and seeing it

MX vs. ATV Reflex isn’t the greatest racer around, but is well-worth $2.  Similarly, Duke Nukem 3D has aged poorly in some ways, but it’s still worth getting for $1.50. Mirrormoon EP, like Shantae, isn’t heavily-discounted, but is so good that any discount makes it  worth checking the game out. Terrain Saga KR-17 is a very fun 2D platformer that would’ve fit in well during the 16-bit era when you had games like B.O.B. and other quirky platformers ruling the roost. If it had been released then, it would’ve been a solid 8 or so during the peak of 2D platformers, so getting it for under $2 is a bargain. Shank 2 is a great game at $5, but if you don’t already have it, I’d recommend waiting for a lower-priced bundle with the first game included. Strangely, there’s nothing like that offered up here despite it being pretty common to combine games within a series and give people a price break for buying them together.