Steam's Winter Sale is up!

The Steam Controller earned a "good" rating in PCMag's review while the Steam Link media streamer, which lets you play any Steam game installed on your PC on your HDTV over your Wi-Fi network, nabbed "excellent" marks. The latter, a device for streaming Steam games to a TV, is once again priced at $5, a 90-percent price drop from its usual $50 cost. Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, victor of Best Audio Design, Best Performance by Melina Juergens, and Games for Impact is on sale for $22.49. The prices of various games have been slashed by quite a bit, depending on the title, and gamers can expect discounts up to 75%.

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Without a doubt, the Steam Winter Sale is the biggest one of the bunch, but we can't forget about all the other PC game stores that have managed to list games at even cheaper prices. It ends on January 4th, 2018, at 1 PM ET. Also, don't miss out on "Prey", its price slashed in half to make it US$19.97 (AU$26.02). Along with it, people will be able to vote for the games they think deserve one of this year's Steam Award. Some titles will change daily, as now Tekken 7 is $24.99, Middle-earth: Shadow of War is $41.99 and Prey is $19.99. The voting will be happening throughout the sale, and every day will introduce a new category. Explaining this category the voting page talks about the wide range of choices in gameplay these games offer - lots of ways to carry out a plan, and it still succeed for example. Some of the nominees include: "The Walking Dead: A New Frontier", "Life is Stranger: Before the Storm", "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt", "Divinity: Original Sin 2", and Arkane Studios' "Dishonored 2".

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