I kissed my family goodbye, packed my bags with supplies and headed out in search of treasure.
I dug for hours in the scorching hot sun until sweat covered me. Then I found something shiny in the dirt. It was a tempting treasure, but no one goes on an adventure just to settle for the first bronze trinket they find. So I dug a little deeper.
At first I couldn’t believe my eyes. The resplendent surface of a gold nugget blinded me. Was this a desert mirage?
No, this was the real deal.
Alan Wake with a dramatic discount on Steam!
My First Steam Sale
It happened a while ago, but I’ll never forget it.
I saw Alan Wake priced at $29.99. Then the sale started and all hell broke loose when the game they slashed the game’s price to $14.99. I was so green back then, but I knew Steam could lower the cost even more.
And Steam did it.
It was like a genie granting my three wishes: cheap, cheaper, cheapest. The numbers changed faster than the cherry images on a slot machine. I blinked. The next thing I knew Alan Wake was in my library and probably reading one of his books.
So my journey came to an end, and I returned to my family. The golden nugget lay safely in my library for my eyes only. But, hey, what do we have here on Steam? I should check this out. It can’t hurt for me to buy more…
Time for me to close Steam.
5 responses to “It Belongs in a Library”
What is Steam?
It’s a digital download service that let’s you buy, download and play video games.
Oh, okay. Thanks! I had never heard of it before. And thanks for the follow too! You just don’t know how happy that made me.
Have a good one.