Steam Summer Sale 2015: The Legend of Korra, Naruto Series, Dragon Ball Xenoverse, etc on Discounted Prices
By now, everyone who’s interested in videogames is aware that Steam is currently running one of their yearly massive sales. But it’s worth pointing out that not every discounted game is appearing on the front page, and there is a chance that you’re missing out on a hidden gem, particularly one that is relevant to our interests here.
Case in point, the following anime and cartoon-related games are currently on sale:
The Legend of Korra – a short but sweet third person brawling take on the beloved Nickelodeon series. The game was already a budget title when it was first released, so the current $51 discount makes it even more of a steal.
Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 Full Burst and Revolution – both of Cyberconnect’s landmark 3D cel-shaded take on the popular shonen franchise are on sale for 66% and 55% discounts, respectively. The choice of which title to take (if you don’t have them already) will depend on your preference. Do you like story-driven single player content and streamlined combat mechanics? Go with Full Burst. Do you like balanced combat with more options and an updated roster? Go with Revolution. Revolution, being the newer title is significantly more expensive even with the steep discount, so if you prefer it, you have the option of simply adding a few more bucks in order to get both games in a bundled package.
Injustice: Gods Among Us – Warner Bros and Netherrealm Studios’ Mortal Kombatified take on the Justice league is also on sale with a 50% discount. The game has already gone down in price since its original release, so if you still don’t have a copy, the sale is most likely the right time to get in with the program.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse – DIMPS’ MMO-inspired take on the Dragon Ball franchise is also on discount. It’s only at 33% right now but the base game is cheaper than the Naruto games so you may still end up getting it cheap, especially considering that it’s relatively newer.
Now, before you empty your wallets at Steam’s sale, bear in mind that you may want to pace yourself and at least wait until the last day of the sale before buying the above games. Their discounts could still go lower, as anything that isn’t going on 75%-80% discounted rates could still go lower, especially if they’re older games. If you buy it now, you may end up regretting it later if they suddenly drop further in price. The only exception is if it appears on a flash sale, it’s usually the lowest it will go at that point.