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Get All Of Valve's Classic Games For Incredibly Cheap Right Now

If you wanted to revisit Valve's past after Half-Life: Alyx, then now is an excellent time to do so.

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Valve has had quite the video game history, having developed and published a bunch of incredible games. With the latest Steam Summer Sale underway, many of Valve's games are hugely discounted in the Valve Complete Bundle. While this bundle doesn't actually feature every Valve game, it boasts most of the company's catalogue, from Half-Life and Team Fortress Classic to Left 4 Dead 2 and Portal 2--Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Dota 2 are included on the bundle page, but both of those games are already free-to-play.

The Valve Complete bundle currently costs $13.14, down from its full regular price of $145.82. Even better, the bundle gets even cheaper if you already own some of the games. As someone who already owns most of these games, my price drops to below $5 for the last six games I need to complete Valve's library.

There are a ton of games discounted in this year's Steam Summer Sale, but since there are so many, it can be hard to know which ones you should spend your money on. We've put together a list of some of the best Steam games out there, including the best Steam exclusives, the best games under $10, and our editors' personal favourite titles.

Also, if you're looking for more deals this weekend, there are a lot of July 4th sales going on right now. GameStop has some great deals on pre-owned games and controllers, while Best Buy has sweet discounts on games, arcade cabinets, and more.

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