It’s that time of the year again where PC gamers all over the world shell out all their hard earned cash at the computer screen to buy games they’ll never play. That’s right, Steam summer sale is upon us. While the discounts themselves aren’t at an all-time high, there are some great deals under Rs.100. Here’s our top 10 games under Rs.100/-
Left 4 Dead 2
Valve’s 4 player o-op zombie shooter is still fun as it was 9 years ago. Featuring all new maps and all maps ported over from the first game, L4D2 has you play as four lucky (or unlucky considering the situation they end up in half the time) survivors trying to escape a zombie outbreak. Kill your way through thousands of zombies as this FPS takes you and your friends through the cities, swamps and cemeteries of the Deep South, from Savannah to New Orleans across five expansive campaigns for just Rs. 52.
Dennaton Games’ hyperviolent action game overflows with raw brutality, hard-boiled gunplay and skull crushing close combat. Set in an alternative 1989 Miami, you will assume the role of a mysterious man on a murderous rampage against all sorts of shady people at the behest of voices on your answering machine. Hotline Miami’s unique visual style, an energizing soundtrack, and a surreal chain of events will push you to the limits with fast paced gameplay where every step yout take matters. You can grab Hotline Miami for just Rs.92 right now.
Deus Ex: Game of the Year Edition
Deus Ex is hailed as one of the best games ever made, and for a good reason too. This dark cyberpunk title blends RPG elements with FPS, making it a unique narrative driven action game where your choices impact the fate of the world (something that seems to be the norm these days). Step into the shoes of J.C Denton, an augmented government agent as you unravel an age-old conspiracy threatening everything you know. Multiple solutions to problems and character development choices ensure a varied game experience. Talk, fight or use skills to get past obstacles as the game adapts itself to your style of play. You can grab Ion Storm’s seminal classic for just Rs.44 from here.
Beyond Good and Evil
Ubisoft’s cult classic follows the adventures of Jade, an investigative reporter and martial artist, who works with a resistance movement to reveal a planet-wide alien conspiracy. The player controls Jade and allies, solving puzzles, fighting enemies, and obtaining photographic evidence. With a sequel on the horizon, it’s as good time as any to go back and revisit the game which started it all. Beyond Good and Evil now sits on an all time highest discount of 75% off at just Rs.62.
Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver
The second title in the acclaimed Legacy of Kain series, Soul Reaver was revolutionary step for 3D action games at the time of release. It follows the exploits of the vampire Azrael who is resurrected to life with the task of destroying his father and merciless ruler of Nosgoth, Kain. Explore the vast 3D world of Nosgoth packed with about 60 hours of gameplay by shifting real-time between the material and the spectral planes. The story of betrayal and vengeance is one of the best the industry has ever seen and so is the voice acting. At just Rs. 44, Soul Reaver is a steal if you ask us.
Return to Castle Wolfenstein
The follow-up to id Software’s genre-defining Wolfenstein 3D is something worth playing indeed. Powered by the Quake III Arena engine, Return to Castle Wolfenstein is an absolutely fantastic first person shooter. Step into the shoes of Nazi killing badass BJ. Blazowicz and rival Half Life in its mastery of solid, single player content. There’s plenty of good gunplay, secrets, crazy nazi experiments and the occult to be discovered. Relive the glory days of Wolfenstein at just Rs. 87 before it fell into a pit of obscurity and was later resurrected by The New Order.
POSTAL 2 + Paradise Lost
Postal 2 is an open ended satire title that shoves a big middle finger in the face of political correctness and SJW culture. Live the life of ‘postal dude’ and help him do daily chores such as buying milk, return a book to the library, collect paycheck etc. What could possibly go wrong? Well, everything apparently. Postal 2 gives you complete freedom over your objectives. You can complete the game without killing anyone and by killing everyone and everything. Did we mention that you can piss on people and use a cat’s butthole as a silencer? The Paradise Lost expansion adds everyone’s favorite zombies into the mix and there are hundreds of mods available for the game in Steam workshop. All this just for Rs.65. You can also read the editorial we did on Postal 2 here.
Garry’s Mod is a physics sandbox mode for Half Life 2 turned standalone game in 2006. There aren’t any predefined aims or goals. The game gives the player the freedom to spawn non-player characters , ragdolls or objects such as furniture, shipping containers, dumpsters and explosions, and interact with them in various ways. The Garry’s Mod community is a tremendous source of content and has added hundreds of unique modes to the game. You can get the game for Rs. 92 here.
The 2013’s Tomb Raider reboot launched Lara Croft back into the limelight with reinvented gameplay design and choices. A prequel to the other games in the series, Tomb Raider witnesses a young, inexperienced Lara Croft’s journey from a scared young woman to a grizzled survivor. While the game focuses more on action-set pieces than series’ traditional puzzles, the overall experience is well worth investing time in. Tomb Raider 2013 is now available at Rs. 84 here.
Dark Messiah of Might & Magic
This action RPG from Arkane Studios can be defined as “kick enemies to stuff simulator”. Set in the Might & Magic universe and using Source engine, players will experience ferocious combat in a dark and immersive fantasy environment using swords, stealth, sorcery and the environment. The choice is upto you. The game has a great first person melee combat system that is only second to the one in Warhammer: Vermintide 2. You can buy Dark Messiah of Might and Magic for just Rs. 62 right now.
And that’s our top 10 games under Rs.100 list. Do comment what you think about it below.