I probably should have brought it to your attention while it was still on, but anyone here who uses Steam can't have failed to miss the obscenely good offers that have been going on day after day since December 20th. I think I bought about 10 new games in that period, and spent no more than £20-25. As well as some dodgy casual games (Plants vs Zombies, anyone?) and the odd indie title (EYE: Cybermancy) I got some classics. For instance, my eyes are currently being decimated by the ridiculous aesthetic choices in Borderlands (£4.99), my brain is being equally decimated by Portal 2 (also a fiver), and I'll soon be restarting my love affair with S.T.A.L.K.E.R (all three games in the franchise for, I think, £6.99). Perhaps my favourite, though (in a guily pleasure kind of way), is Blood Bowl - the computerised version of Games Workshop's Warhammer-based rugby/American Football board game. It's getting on a bit, but well worth a punt (no pun intended). What did you buy while Steam went price-chop-crazy?