The 5 Best RPGs To Buy This Steam Winter Sale

The Winter Sale is here, and what better time to spend a little money on yourself with some games that will last you until next Christmas? Find out the 5 RPG games you should be buying in the Steam Winter Sale!

Potentially the greatest game of all time, The Witcher 3 has it all. One of the most compelling fantasy storylines, with great character, dialog and visuals on show. With hundreds of hours worth of content, you can’t go wrong with picking up The Witcher 3, along with all of its DLC. If you are still unsure, check out our review.

Middle-Earth: Shadow of War – $41.99

Okay, this game may have been marred with the controversy with loot crates, but as you will see in our review, you can actually complete the game to its fullest without spending a single dollar. With around 50 hours worth of content, and a pretty good chunk off (30%), Shadow of War is well worth your time. It is one of our games of the year.

Prey – $19.99

Wow, I can’t believe Prey only came out this year, time has flown by, but even still in it’s first year Prey gets a heavy discount (50%). With one of the best stories from 2017, and multiple different endings, and ways for you to play the game, it is a real RPG experience that kept us captivated right until the end. If you like Deus Ex and Bioshock, you will enjoy Prey immensely.

Planescape: Torment Enhanced Edition – $6.79

Planescape: Torment is a game that transcends the medium by doing something that no other medium can do: it doesn’t just tell you a story; it makes you a part of the story through a variety of possible interactions and roleplaying systems in ways that very few games have done. The Enhanced Edition makes it possible to play it in current hardware and systems without hiccups and overly complicated tweaking/modding guides.

Titan Quest: Ragnarok – $14.99

This is a fantastic expansion for Titan Quest, with great new additions to a game that, to everyone’s surprise, is still being update to this day even though it is over a decade old. However, as pleasing as it is for the fans of the series to jump back into this game and journey across new locations, there isn’t anything substantial for new potential players who aren’t familiar with the game.

Titan Quest: Ragnarök Review

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