Continued from 10 Games to get in the Steam Summer Sale Part 2.
Continuing onto our Top 10 games to get during the Steam Summer Sale of 2016 Part 3! Steam redeem code purchases can be hard decisions to make and let us make them for you!
7. Wolfenstein: The New Order Redeem Code
So, yeah, Wolfenstein: The New Order isn’t exactly an obscure game, but this still does count as something that may pass other folks by and, at the price of $9.99, you’d be punishing yourself for not getting this. Doom isn’t the first time that Bethesda tried to resurrect an amazing IP, but they also took a jab at Wolfenstein through this title. It doesn’t exactly feel like the old games, but it still manages to deliver the original crunch of awesomeness that Wolfenstein is known for. In fact, a lot of people argue that this reboot is the best entry in the series, period. Nazis, crazy experiments, robots, things blowing up; what’s not to like?
8. Sunless Sea Redeem Codes
This game isn’t exactly for everyone at first glance because, come now; in an age of rampant Call of Dutys, Mobas, and Assassin’s Creeds redeem codes, who in the mainstream gaming communities actually pay attention to seafaring survival horror? Yes, you heard me right: Boat Horror. No, it’s not what you’re thinking. Sunless Sea, going for $9.49 during the summer sale, is a seafaring, survival horror, exploration game where you roam the seven seas in search for treasure and avoid Lovecraftian monsters that have, apparently, cause the world to collapse. Each moment is a wonderfully tense experience that simply can’t be replicated by any other game. Not to mention that its visuals are simply stunning.
9. Dungeon of the Endless Redeem Code
I’ll keep things short here; Dungeon of the Endless, going for $4.07, is a tactical, roguelike dungeon crawler that has a mix of tower defense. It’s not easy to explain. It’s just great, especially if you’re into exercising your strategy muscles like a boss.
10. The Vanishing of Ethan Carter Steam Keys
The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, going for $3.99 during the sale, is the final game we’d like to plug. It’s not for everyone and there are no words to change that fact. It’s even called a “walking simulator” by many detractors. But the drop-dead gorgeous world, amazing writing, and suspenseful plot is something to die for. If anything, it’s a real life “journey simulator.” Much like the last game on the list, this game isn’t easy to explain. Check out the trailers for it on Steam and judge it for yourself. But it’s in our opinion that this game’s redeem code is totally worth the price tag and the time.