Every time a new Steam sale comes around, people say they're done. Their libraries are full of unplayed games already. Their wallets are dry. The specials aren't good enough. And then they go and drop another $20, $30, $50, $100 or more on a bunch of games.
With the latest round of Steam discounts having come to a close, how did you fare?
I ended up not expecting to buy a whole lot, and ended up spending about $50 on a bunch of games that I'd had my eye on for a while.
I don't know whether it was worth it. I bought the Dawn of War Master Collection, but I've hit a bit of a brick wall with Dark Crusade. Drawful 2 was worth the wait — any Jackbox fan should pick it up — but I'm yet to properly invest the time into The Secret World to justify the $US20 I dropped on it.
Maybe I should have just resubscribed to The Old Republic if I wanted to play an MMO.
What about yourselves? Did you resist the urge to splurge? And are Steam sales really worth it these days?