Valve’s got a treat for gamers in the mood for tricks. The annual Steam Halloween Sale kicked off on Thursday, bringing big-time discounts to spooky games, scary VR experiences, and even horror movies (potentially to remind people that yes, Steam sells movies, too) through November 1.
You’ll also find some great games that didn’t quite make the list, though some skew more toward “dark overtones” than “outright horror.” Darkest Dungeonis $10, orcs-meet-Left 4 Dead-alike Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide is just $7.50, and if you’ve ever wanted to become a YouTuber that plays up jump scares to amuse your audience, the entire Five Nights at Freddy’s franchise bundle is a mere $7.35. That’s a whole lot of games for not a lot of cash.
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