Want to skip the holiday shopping lines and avoid worrying about last-minute gift shipping? Digital game downloads might be your best bet, and right now, pretty much every major retailer in the space is offering crazy markdowns. Up first, as usual, is PC download shop Steam, where the Winter Sale kicked off on Thursday with pretty much every markdown seen in the shop’s Autumn Sale from just a month ago. There are also a few new offerings. The first one I noticed is a crazy discount on the PC version of Street Fighter V . You can get the game’s base package, which launched earlier this year, for less than $20, while $47 gets you the “deluxe” edition , including the full normal game and all ten DLC characters (four of which are set to unlock in 2017). Considering the just-released “season two” DLC pass still costs $30, that’s about as good a Street Fighter bargain as you should expect for a while. Steam is exploding with fighting games these days. While Mortal Kombat X isn’t necessarily the best of ’em, its recently patched PC version is finally up to snuff. You can grab its full, DLC-loaded “XL” version for $13.59 in this sale,… Read full this story
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