Weeklong Deals for 1/28/19

I believe we’re on the cusp of another big seasonal sale on Feb 4th, but that hasn’t stopped Steam from putting up some choice Weeklong Deals! Seriously, there are some amazing offerings here, from Vermintide 2 to the Anno series all the way to Unforgiving and Dark Scavenger. Take some time to pore over this list, because I guarantee there’s at least one very, very good game on here that you don’t have yet.

We’ve got a lot going on elsewhere, with another Yakuza 0 stream tonight and a Cuphead stream on Wednesday. Also Platformebruary starts this Friday, so buckle down for an entire month of platformer reviews! Our February Reader’s Choice vote ended today as well and selected Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon as the last entry in our platformer lineup, and it also convinced me to cover Yoku’s Island Express when I get the chance in March. To learn more about our Reader’s Choice reviews (and help us get to the next goal of 2 a month), check our our Patreon page!

 

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Warhammer: Vermintide 2 (Review) – Excellent melee-focused co-op horde action set in the blood-soaked Warhammer Fantasy universe

They Are Billions (Review) – Stylish steampunk RTS about building a colony impenetrable to a planetful of zombies

Anno 2205 (Review) – A globally-focused spin on the Anno formula, engrossing if you like the style of city-building

Anno 2070 (Review) – My personal favorite of the Anno series, a fantastic builder with challenging scenarios

Anno 1404 / Dawn of Discovery (Review) – The last great classical Anno, for all your age of sail trading and building needs

Stronghold Crusader HD (Review) – Yes, these are on sale again and yes, this is the best one for pure warfare

Stronghold HD (Review) – All the fun of managing castles paired with a very entertaining campaign

Super Motherload (Review) – Mine ores, sell ores, upgrade your miner, all in a quest to discover the terrible secret at the core of the planet

Painkiller: Black Edition (Review) – Classic horror-tinted horde shooter with fantastic enemy and level designs

Unforgiving – A Northern Hymn (Review) – The rare indie horror walking sim that breaks the mold with incredible atmosphere and great use of Scandinavian mythology

Dead Effect 2 (Review) – Janky sci-fi zombie shooter with a huge amount of character progression

Nihilumbra (Review) – Clever puzzle platformer with a painting gimmick

Teleglitch (Review) – Tense, challenging survival horror roguelike that’s become one of my all-time favorites

Dark Scavenger (Review) – Ridiculously fun point-and-click adventure with a super unique combat system, cannot recommend enough

9 Clues: The Secret of Serpent Creek (Review) – Great little hidden object game with a cheesy B-horror plot

Abyss: The Wraiths of Eden (Review) – The setting is a total ripoff of BioShock, but it turns out you can make a pretty good hidden object game from that

Alchemy Mysteries: Prague Legends (Review) – Pretty solid HOG if you can get past the insipid plot

Daily Chthonicle: Editor’s Edition (Review) – One-of-a-kind horror management sim about running a paranormal newspaper

To The Capital (Review) – Interesting experiment in merging roguelike and RPG mechanics, surprisingly deterministic

 

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Dead Effect (Review) – This series was kinda awful before it got the wild character progression in 2

 

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