2K Games offers "Huge Game Pack" on Steam for $54

By on July 3, 2009, 5:47 PM
Shacknews has spotted another hot deal going on at Steam. Video game developer and publisher 2K Games is bundling 20 of its games, from BioShock and Prey to a bunch of Civilization and X-Com releases, into the appropriately named “2K Huge Game Pack.” The normal running price for this package is $60, but it has been brought down 10% to $54 until July 7.

Even if you miss the limited-time sale it’s still a good deal when you consider the games would amount to about $230 if purchased individually. If you don't own BioShock or Sid Meier's Civilization IV, these alone are worth the asking price. The complete list of games included in the pack can be found here. You might also want to check out Steam’s weekend promotion, which has Bethesda’s blockbuster title Fallout 3 selling for just $25.

  • Sid Meier's Pirates!
  • Shattered Union
  • Prey
  • CivCity: Rome
  • Sid Meier's Railroads!
  • Railroad Tycoon 3
  • Railroad Tycoon II Platinum
  • X-COM: Terror From the Deep
  • X-COM: Apocalypse
  • BioShock
  • X-COM: Interceptor
  • X-COM: UFO Defense
  • X-COM: Enforcer
  • Freedom Force
  • Freedom Force vs. the Third Reich
  • Sid Meier's Civilization III Complete
  • Sid Meier's Civilization IV
  • Civilization IV: Beyond the Sword
  • Civilization IV Warlords
  • Sid Meier's Civilization IV: Colonization




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tengeta tengeta said:

What a fantastic idea! I'd hope other developers look at this and follow suit with some of their older games. It gets them money instead of the games being pirated, and the gamer gets a pretty nice collection with a great price tag.

If I had the money to throw at this I'd do it in an instant.

Tekkaraiden Tekkaraiden said:

Wow that is one hell of a deal.

gobbybobby said:

I love steam. Fallout 3 is half price this weekend. I just bought my copy. Downlading now!

czplayer czplayer said:

Only a few notable games, otherwise its mostly junk that doesn't sell.

Guest said:

A very nice deal indeed and some really nice classics. Nice to know that you can keep games on standby and download when needed. Games are also patched which is a huge plus. Way to go Valve, I will keep buying from you for sure

Guest said:

July 7th ended the entire deal, not just the 10% off :(

Finding the pack on the Steam site proved impossible, unless I'm just dumb. Sorry I missed it as I wanted to buy a copy of Bioshock, and I've always wanted to try Civilization IV.

It really was an awesome deal, though!

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