Steam Deals: Get 50+ Square Enix Games For $50, Plus A Ton Of Great Indies

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Stay inside and stay safe continues to be the message for everyone cooped up inside. While restrictions are easing, the latest Steam deals provide ample reasons to stay home and game.

Square Enix's Stay Home & Play campaign features a brand new Steam bundle featuring over 50 classic Square Enix and Eidos games including Rise of the Tomb Raider, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, Life is Strange, Sleeping Dogs, Thief and other hits. There's 54 games in total, and it'll cost you just $51.22 — meaning each game is going for less than a buck.

You can view the full list of available games here.

Alongside the killer Square Enix/Eidos deal, Steam is also currently running an Indie Megabooth sale, with deals on over 150 indie games. Check out the highlights below:

  • A Case of Distrust - $6.45
  • A Good Snowman is Hard to Build - $7.25
  • Battle Chef Brigade - $11.58
  • Catlateral Damage - $3.62
  • Coffee Talk - $24.80
  • Cook, Service, Delicious! 3?! - $17.20
  • Dead Cells - $28.76
  • Dog Sled Saga - $3.79
  • Elsinore - $17.37
  • Figment - $5.79
  • Freedom Finger - $14.19
  • Fugl - $7.25
  • Go Home Dinosaurs - $7.25
  • Guacamelee! 2 - $7.23
  • Infinite Adventures - $10.75
  • Jenny LeClue - Detectivu - $21.71
  • Klang - $5.37
  • Ladykiller in a Bind - $14.47
  • Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime - $7.98
  • Mini Metro - $7.25
  • Moon Hunters - $3.22
  • Monster Prom - $6.78
  • Mutazione - $21.71
  • Obduction - $15.03
  • Overpass - $14.40
  • Praey for the Gods - $27.91
  • Reus - $3.62
  • Russian Subway Dogs - $10.75
  • Star Crossed - $11.60
  • Tales of the Neon Sea - $14.37
  • The Fall - $2.90
  • The Gardens Between - $6.23
  • The Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor - $5.79
  • To Be or Not To Be - $2.09


For the full list of indie titles on sale, check out the Going Away (For Now) Sale hub here.

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Comments

    Damn. That's a good deal. I own like 90% of the Eidos catalog and there was still a whole bunch of DLC and older titles I could pick up for a steal, at the remaining, refactored price. (Thankfully the bundle reduced in price factoring in all the titles already in my library, so I was only up for a few bucks.)

    Sure is and only there games i have already. Thinking of getting this deal.

    has this square enix bundle been removed? the provided link just takes me to the store homepage and i've found no mention of it anywhere else in steam.

      I see "EIDOS ANTHOLOGY" bundle which mentions 54 games and includes the ones mentioned in this article. however the price is $568.50 50% discounted to $284 (for the 70 items i dont already own) instead of the ~$52 mentioned in the article.

      am i missing something here?

        Most likely is that it was a weekend thing, now finished. I grabbed it yesterday so it was definitely there.

          ugh, sucks to be me. figured this was an australian article so on australian time frames. that said, the $284 list had pretty much only dlc and stuff i never wanted to buy anyway.

            that said, seems they should post these type of articles sooner, if they are time limited. may 12th at 5:30am assuming thats even correct for AEST is well late. finding it 14 hours later and it already being too late by numerous hours is pretty poor form.

              This was posted the day before, but retimed to the early morning of the 12th for anyone else to get a last chance.

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