QuakeCon's Steam Sale Prices Are Insane

Where can you get 27 different id Software and Bethesda Softworks titles for only $US70? At the Steam QuakeCon 2010 Sale, along with daily specials on the best games the two companies have to offer.

Buying the 27 games included in Steam's QuakeCon pack individually would run you $US233.25, which is a fair price to pay for titles like the Fallout 3 and The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Game of the Year Editions, Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth, Doom 3 and Commander Keen. But you don't have to pay nearly that much this weekend, with the whole shebang on sale until Sunday for $US69.99.

What's that you say? You already have most of these? Worry not, as Steam is also running daily deals today, tomorrow, Saturday and Sunday, with ridiculous savings on individual titles. For example, today and today only, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion can be yours for $US6.79 for the Game of the Year Edition and $US8.49 for the Game of the Year Deluxe pack.

Check Steam's QuakeCon 2010 sale every day for more id and Bethesda-flavoured savings, and stay tuned to Kotaku's continuing covered of QuakeCon 2010.


Comments

    Ack!
    I already have Oblivion and a fair chunk of the DLC on the Xbox. But at only US$8.49, I can't decide if I want to buy it again!?!?!?!!!!?!

    Arr this sale pisses me off as I just brough Oblivion on Steam last week. It's ok I guess as I'm having a lot of fun playing it with heaps of mods. @The Cracks I would suggest getting it. I already had it on 360 and had played a lot and decided to get it on PC so I could get some mods for it. The mods you can get really help make the game feel fresh and new if you've already played through it.

    Speaking as someone who already owns Oblivion, the Shivering Isles and Knights of Nine expansions, I am still sorely tempted to re-buy it at this price for the convenience of steam.

    what the hell? they're charging for commander keen, doom 1, wolfenstein 3d, quake 1, and hexen?

    this stuff should be freeware by now. Hell until this steam and GOG websites showed up, it was abandonware. Hell does anyone even know that term anymore, it was practically justified piracy.

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