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Monday, October 29, 2018

Steam Halloween Sale 2018

To offer you great spooky titles for the best price, Steam Halloween Sale 2018 is here and lasts till November 1.

In case if your Halloween plans are not including being chased by Michael Myers while you hide behind the curtains or even go trick or treating dressing up, you can definitely celebrate this holiday with some good old selection of horror games.

Unless you have signed up for a selected lineup of games for Halloween terror from PlayStation Now or over Xbox Game Pass, you can always rely on other digital storefronts like Humble Bundle or Steam to get your hands on a slew of great games.

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Steam Halloween Sale 2018

RELATED: PlayStation Now Games for Halloween 2018

Speaking of which, Valve's digital distribution platform Steam has arranged a Halloween-themed sale that everyone who loves horror can enjoy. Basically any game that is dark and scary or has even a remote connection with either of those is in it and it runs from October 29 to November 1.

Currently, games like Darkest Dungeon, 7 Days to Die, Graveyard Keeper, Hunt: Showdown, Shadow of the Tomb Raider (we have no clue why), The Forest and We Happy Few are taking the their spot on top seller list.

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Top Seller Halloween Sale Games

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Whereas titles such as Dead by Daylight, Dying Light, Killing Floor 2, Left 4 Dead 2, Rocket League (because of a themed seasonal event), Vampyr and Warhammer: Vermintide 2 remains at the bottom feeder position of that list.

Rest of the games from their assortment is a pure gold mine for any horror fans and some of those discount rates are a real Halloween treat for sure. Let us mention some of them and then decide yourself whether or not you agree with us. We are okay with that.

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In terms of great deal of price cut, we would like to mention Alien: Isolation, Amnesia: The Dark Descent, BioShock Remastered, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2, Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition, Dead Island Definitive Edition and Friday the 13th: The Game.

We would also like to include Grim Dawn, Inside, Limbo, Metro Redux Bundle, Outlast 2, Prey, Resident Evil 7, The Evil Within and Zombie Army Trilogy. However, not all of the above mentioned games may are worth the bucks they are offering you now.

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Halloween Sale Games on 75% Off

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Our suggestion is that you get Darkest Dungeon (-70%), Killing Floor 2 (-67%) and L4D2 (-80%) from the top seller list for the best value of your money. Then if you are ready to spend more, we would like to add a few more, from which you can even drop some.

Whether you pick or leave Friday the 13th: The Game (-85%) is up to you but try to consider picking from Amnesia: The Dark Descent, Castlevania: LoS 2, Darksiders II, Limbo and Zombie Army Trilogy as all of these five games are on 80% off.

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Halloween Sale Games on 80% Off

RELATED: Hollow Knight on Humble Monthly Bundle

For 75% off, Alien: Isolation, BioShock Remastered, Metro Redux Bundle and/or Outlast 2 can be yours. Dead Island Definitive Edition and Grim Dawn both comes for a 70% discount, which we would consider a decent deal but leaving them behind won't be a crime either.

The perks of getting your hands into this seasonal sale is that not only you will be claiming some of the great games in your library but many of these titles are having limited time Halloween-themed event that has its unique appeal to this spirit of holiday.

Friday, October 5, 2018

Hollow Knight on Humble Monthly Bundle

2D Metroidvania adventure Hollow Knight from indie studio Team Cherry has been included in November’s Humble Monthly Bundle.

Metroidvania action-adventure title Hollow Knight from Team Cherry started its journey from a Kickstarter campaign and initially released on early 2017 for Linux, Mac and PC. It made a reputation itself to debut on Nintendo Switch a few months back and on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One recently.

We are talking about it now because the game has just been added to the Humble Monthly Bundle for November along with survival horror title 7 Days to Die and stealth action game Hitman: The Complete First Season.

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Hollow Knight on Humble Monthly Bundle

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Signing up for a $12 subscription of Humble Monthly allows you access to games worth of $100 for PC via Steam keys, which are yours forever. Digital video game storefront Humble Store announces a lineup of games a month prior, available to download right away.

By the first Friday of the month, they will reveal six to eight new titles to enjoy as well. Aside from this ever-rotating listing of key-titles, subscribers get access to over sixty DRM-free PC games collection on Humble Trove.

RELATED: Hollow Knight Coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One

What next we have is Hitman: The Complete First Season by IO Interactive and Square Enix, collecting all six episodes from the sixth entry of third-person stealth game series Hitman released back in 2016 as a follow up title to Hitman: Absolution.

Then we get to open world survival horror experience with 7 Days to Die from The Fun Pimps and Telltale Games. The premise of the game follows nuclear fallout that turned majority of populace into zombies and surviving among this mess is the only objective you have.

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October 2018 Humble Monthly Bundle Games

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Those who are already subscribed to the deal are enjoying American Truck Simulator, Dungeons, Gremlins Inc., Hidden Folks, Old Man's Journey, Overwatch and more on the month of October from a total of 9 games, which are worth $141.

Players on Microsoft and Sony consoles have their monthly subscriptions of PlayStation Plus or Xbox Live Gold online services; whereas the monthly bundles deal in question is the best we have so far for PC gamers. On top of everything, they donate a portion of these purchases to charity.