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Monday, 07 January 2008 13:37

Valve improves their Steam offer

Written by Fudzilla staff

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Rockstar Games titles are there

 

For a long time Valve has been using their Steam platform to sell their titles, such as Half Life and Counter Strike.

A couple of days ago, this offer has been extended to all Rockstar Games titles – Grand Theft Auto, Max Payne, Manhunt, Midnight Club II, etc. If you happen to buy these by January 11th, you’ll get a 10% discount, and we can’t forget an excellent bundled offer, where all the above mentioned Rockstar Games titles will set you back only $53.95.

If you like some of these games, are not a CD box collector, and hate the freezing temperatures when standing in line to buy a game, then Steam has a solution. You can read more, and get yours on Steam’s website.

 

 

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