• Valve Launches Steam Daily Wishlist Games Giveaway

    Starting today, Valve is offering ten free games to ten Steam account holders every day until the holidays are over. All gamers needs are at least ten games in their Wishlist.
    'Tis the season to be jolly, and what better way to get all jollied up than to receive ten free games from Valve. Thursday the company announced that its Daily Wishlist Giveaway is officially underway on Steam, and will continue on into the holiday season.

    To enter, PC gamers must have a Steam account and a Wishlist with at least ten games. Valve customers will also need to visit the game page of the featured daily deal every day, starting with Terraria at 75-percent off. Valve promises to grant ten people with the top ten games on their Wishlist for free each day.

    For those who typically don't load up the Wishlist with hopeful purchases, this is a good chance to score a number of newly-released titles like Serious Sam 3, Saints Row: The Third, Batman: Arkham City, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Assassin's Creed Revelations, RAGE, Modern Warfare 3, LOTR: War in the North, Trine 2 and Sonic Generations.

    The official Giveaway rules are here.
    Comments 3 Comments
    1. Rogi's Avatar
      Rogi -
      meanwhile, origin keeps sucking ass.
    1. mr. nails's Avatar
      mr. nails -
      "Starting today..."

      WRONG! Starting 2 days ago.

      1st day - Terraria
      2nd day - Brink
      3rd day - Borderlands
      4th day - ?

      I checked out Brink for this weekend due to it being FREE. If you run on over to the forums pretty much 85% of the ppl say Brink is garbage and for me that's not the case. While playing Brink I ended up buying it and buying the complete package which includes the main game and 3 DLC for the low low price of $6.25. It does have it's problems, but it's still very playable. The two main problems are low frame rates (sp is locked @ 30) and the really, really horrible AI, but then again so many games have horrible AI anyway so fuck it. Even so, buy it for the MP. Think of it as a Team Fortress game, but without the cartoony look.


      Quote Originally Posted by Rogi View Post
      meanwhile, origin keeps sucking ass.
      Why do you say that? I myself haven't bought into another DD so I wouldn't know, but Origin is in fact selling Crises 2 for $10.
    1. anon-y-mouse's Avatar
      anon-y-mouse -
      i never win when they do these