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Steam is having their annual summer sale, go buy cheap stuff.
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It's pretty simple, really.How does Steam manage to stay in the black with all these sales?
True, but this is Steam we're talking about; when aren't they having a sale?It's pretty simple, really.
>If stuff is expensive, less people will buy it
>if it goes on sale, then lots more will buy it
>the number of people buying it makes up for the drop in price
see offline stores do this too, with excellent results. For example, I work event temp at a Value Village/Savers, which recently had its Canada Day sale, which all clothing, accessories, and so on, was 50% off. Tons of people came, and the store made nearly twice the amount of money it normally does on a single day.
Plants Vs Zombies is really fun and addictive, and like 4$, plus Bioshock 2 is on now too! I've heard Super Meat Boy is good, as well.Anyone have any recommendations for good games that happen to be super cheap right now?