The Past Week on Steam

by VGChartz Staff, posted on 20 February 2010 / 3,901 Views

15th February
Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II - Chaos Rising can be pre-purchased. Those who buy it before it releases on 11 March will get a copy of Saints Row 2 for free.

16th February
Stargate Resistance was released.


The Farm Frenzy series is now on Steam. It is made up off the fowling games: Farm Frenzy, Farm Frenzy 2, Farm Frenzy: Pizza Party, Farm Frenzy 3, and Farm Frenzy 3: American Pie. They can be purchased together with the Farm Frenzy Pack.


Aliens vs. Predator was released in North America, it will be available in Europe countries by Thursday.


Sandlot Games has released three more titles: Westward IV: All Aboard, Cake Mania: Main Street, and Iron Roses.


EverQuest II: Sentinel's Fate was released in Europe. The rest of the world will get it on 23 February.


Dawn of Discovery: Gold Edition can be pre-purchased in North, Central, and South America, it is a pack that includes Dawn of Discovery and Dawn of Discovery: Venice (Note: these two games have the DRM TAGES and 3 machine activation limit). Those who purchase it before it releases on 25 February will receive The Settlers: Heritage of Kings for free.

17th February
UFO Extraterrestrials Gold was released. It is 10% cheaper for a while.


18th February
LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues was released.


DLC for RailWorks was released: Class 45 'Peak' Diesels. It is 25% cheaper for a while.

Vancouver 2010: The Official Video Game of the Olympic Winter Games was released.


DLC for Hearts of Iron III was released: Soviet Infantry Pack.

Super Laser Racer was released. It is 10% cheaper for a while.


19th February
NecrovisioN: Lost Company was released.


More DLC for RailWorks was released: Canadian National SD40-2 Wide Nose.

Grand Ages: Rome Gold is now available in Europe, it contains Grand Ages: Rome and Grand Ages: Rome - Reign of Augustus.


Weekend Deal
50% off on Shattered Horizon, plus it is free to play this weekend. It requires DirectX 10 or higher and Windows Vista or Windows 7 in order to run.


Happy gaming!

Article originally submitted by Rhonin the wizard

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Mazty (on 20 February 2010)

Nah you can get them for much cheaper off retail websites like amazon. They are good, but buggy, hence why a low price is more suiting.

woopah (on 20 February 2010)

being at uni has meant im really getting into steam now, would people say that the Stalker games were good for £20 each?