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Steam's Halloween Sale Has Begun

Everything from Dead Space to Resident Evil to The Typing of the Dead is on sale.

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While not nearly as big as its summer or winter sales, Steam's just-launched Halloween sale nonetheless has some solid deals that are worth a look.

More than 60 games, along with dozens of horror movies, are currently discounted on Steam. Despite this ostensibly being a Halloween sale, many of the games included aren't of the horror variety. For every Dead Space ($5) or The Evil Within ($15), there's a Typing of the Dead: Overkill ($5) or Wolfenstein: The Old Blood ($10).

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Other deals of note include System Shock 2 for $2.49, Darkest Dungeon for $15, Zero Escape: Zero Time Dilemma for $27, Killing Floor 2 for $20, Oxenfree for $5, and Resident Evil 4 for $7.

These offers are available from now until 10 AM PT on Tuesday, November 1. The sale page where you can see all of these deals also highlights dozens of Steam games with Halloween-themed updates, all of which are on sale. This selection rivals the main sale, with Superhot ($15), N++ ($12), Company of Heroes 2 ($7.49), and Duck Game ($8) all discounted.

If you'd prefer the DRM-free route, GOG also has its own Halloween sale going, albeit on a smaller scale. You can see all of those deals here. You can also check out our roundup of Halloween updates in games here.

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I recommend The Evil Within to everyone who hasn't played this masterpiece.(play with keyboard and mouse)

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I was close to getting Syberia 1 and 2 because 3 is coming out, but then I thought about my current backlog of games and am "being good."

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@snugglebear: I heard that those games are some of the best point'n click adventure games.

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@dorog1995: I only got to play the first one, but I remember loving it.

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Games are still cheaper on PC. Not from steam tho.

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These prices will spook you

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Everyone trash console sales, but steam aren't that much better. Wolfenstein old blood was 8 a few months back on psn. Dead space is 5 on xlive too, just to name a few. And i paid like 5 bucks for RE4 on ps3 a few years ago.

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@everson_rm: It used to be different. They are all the same deals now...

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@everson_rm: Don't a lot of those games make their way to pc long after they hit console though? It would make sense for the discount not to be as steep if its a newer game to that platform.

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