Steam Sale So Far, and First Impressions of "Sir, you are being Hunted"

When the Steam Sale launched last week I was about to embark on a 3 day trip so I missed out on some of the deals while I had my compatriot Chris hunting for me while I was away.  I also missed out on the weirdly addictive click battle monster game.  I am now at level 532 although I can't take much credit for a game that largely plays without me being present. I attack the Steam sale as the best way to score some decent games on the cheap and I also like to explore the indie games that intrigue me and drop below 3 bucks.  My first selection this year was Sir, You are Being Hunted.

The most dangerous game, is only for gentlemen and rich robots of leisure.

The most dangerous game, is only for gentlemen and rich robots of leisure.

Indie games like this from Big Robot get a chance to make games built on odd premises, like a future England where humans are hunted for sport by fancy Aristocratic Robots.  It plays like a First Person shooter with an emphasis on stealth and scavenging as you search the countryside for pieces to repair your means of escape as well as food and weaponry.  I haven't played for long but I did find a plethora of mangy boots and clubbed a robot in the back of the head.  So color me intrigued to see more of this world.  

This game is full of Peril!  Rogues abound! Which Witcher can help me!

This game is full of Peril!  Rogues abound! Which Witcher can help me!

Next, I scored copies of The Witcher 1 +2 as I have never played them and the buzz around the 3rd game has piqued my interest.  I was just planning to get the 2nd game to play until the 3rd is on sale (53.99 is technically on sale...), but I couldn't pass up the special edition of the 1st Witcher for $1.50 in case I fall in love with the series.  I might hold off jumping into these until after the Steam sale so I don't get roped into a 50 hour plus RPG when there are so many indie games to sample first.  

If you have a favorite indie game to recommend that is featured in the Steam Sale let us know in the comments.  And in case you aren't a PC gamer you can enjoy The Witcher on the current gen systems.



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