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Broken Age studio Double Fine headlines Steam's latest sale

Earnest Cavalli, @joystiq
December 10, 2014
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The latest swath of huge discounts to hit Steam focuses on developer Double Fine and slashes prices on the studio's games dating back to the classic adventure Psychonauts.

Though the entirety of Double Fine's offerings are available at hefty discounts, the highlights of the sale include crowdfunded adventure Broken Age at $8.49, the developer's recent foray into tactical strategy games known as Massive Chalice at $20.09 and the aforementioned Psychonauts at $2. If buying games piecemeal seems like too much effort, you could instead save time by purchasing the Double Fine Bundle, which includes Psychonauts, Costume Quest, Stacking, Iron Brigade and Brutal Legend. The Bundle has received an 80 percent discount to a price of $7.

If any of this has piqued your interest, hurry over to Steam. Despite falling under Steam's "Daily Deal" heading, the Double Fine Publisher Sale will be available for 48 hours.
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