Steam's Autumn Sale Brings Some Incredible Gaming Deals

The only thing I love more than Steam (take note, industry, this is how you stop piracy), is a Steam sale. Steam's Autumn sale has just kicked off, and there are some truly astounding deals on games right now. Here's the lowdown on what you can get for cheap.

A lot of these deals are only going for a limited time, so get in fast. There will be new deals every 48 hours. All prices here are in $US, and the bold accents are our pick for must-buy games.

• XCOM: Enemy Unknown -- $US46.89 (down from $US69.99) • Magic The Gathering: Dunes Of The Planewalkers -- $US4.99 (down from $US9.99) • The Walking Dead -- $US12.49 (down from $US24.99) • Darksiders II -- $US16.99 (down from $US49.99) • Age of Empires III Complete Edition -- $US9.99 (down from $US39.99) • Terraria -- $US3.39 (down from $US9.99) • Operation: Flashpoint Franchise -- $US13.74 (down from $US54.99) • Limbo -- $US2.49 (down from $US9.99, ends at 3pm AEDT) • Skyrim: Dawnguard -- $US16.74 (down from $US24.99) • ARMA II: Combined Operations -- $US17.99 (down from $29.99, Day Z gets even cheaper) • Torchlight II -- $US14.99 (down from $US19.99)

There are a bunch more on Steam for sale, so make sure you trawl through the page to get some sweet deals. [Steam]

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    Please don't refer to Day Z in that context. It is just like saying that the only reason people bought Half-Life is to play CounterStrike considering vanilla ARMA is SIGNIFICANTLY better than Day Z
      People don't play ARMA. people play Day Z. thanks for shoving your elitist opinion down everyone's throat

        Oh c'mon nearly 20% of those people where playing ARMA - or at least they were trying to figure out the controls until DayZ came out

    Although I see your point, even the publishers acknowledge DayZ for latelife Arma2 sales.

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