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Don't think PC versions are generally more expensive either out or during sales.
But you can always wait for sales, play from backlog or buy older games that you missed. If all fails do other hobby while you wait for your money to available.



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Cerebralbore101 said:
Conina said:
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If only there were something called a used games market on those systems!

If only there were other stores for PC games and/or Steam keys with their own sales and often much better prices when some game currently ain't on sale on Steam:



Conina said:
Cerebralbore101 said:

If only there were something called a used games market on those systems!

If only there were other stores for PC games and/or Steam keys with their own sales and often much better prices when some game currently ain't on sale on Steam:

What site is that? Pretty neat to have all those prices compared like that.



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TruckOSaurus said:
Conina said:

If only there were other stores for PC games and/or Steam keys with their own sales and often much better prices when some game currently ain't on sale on Steam:

What site is that? Pretty neat to have all those prices compared like that.

https://isthereanydeal.com/

They leave out the dubious key resellers and only list the stores with good track records.



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Conina said:
TruckOSaurus said:

What site is that? Pretty neat to have all those prices compared like that.

https://isthereanydeal.com/

They leave out the dubious key resellers and only list the stores with good track records.

Thanks!



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Gotta wait for the sales man. Sometimes there're pretty good deals, even for upcoming games. Out of these though...



 

 

 

 

 

Conina said:
TruckOSaurus said:

What site is that? Pretty neat to have all those prices compared like that.

https://isthereanydeal.com/

They leave out the dubious key resellers and only list the stores with good track records.

This'll definitely save me some time. Does it take into account for bundles?



outlawauron said:
Conina said:

https://isthereanydeal.com/

They leave out the dubious key resellers and only list the stores with good track records.

This'll definitely save me some time. Does it take into account for bundles?

Of course. When you scroll down in a title, you can see in which active bundles the game is and in which expired bundles it was:



Conina said:
Cerebralbore101 said:

If only there were something called a used games market on those systems!

If only there were other stores for PC games and/or Steam keys with their own sales and often much better prices when some game currently ain't on sale on Steam:

Used games market is blatantly obvious, even to the average consumer. Knowing about 12 different online stores that sell Steam keys, whether they are legit sites, selling valid copies, with full publisher blessing, is not obvious. 



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