Unless anything else changes in the next day, it looks like I'm done with the sale:
Alan Wake: American Nightmare ($3.74)
Borderlands GotY ($7.49)
Burnout Paradise: Ultimate Box ($3.99)
Elder Scrolls: Morrowind GotY ($4.99)
Elder Scrolls: Oblivion GotY ($6.24)
Fable: The Lost Chapter/Fable III Collection ($12.49)
Fortune Summoners ($4.99)
SimCity 4 Deluxe ($4.99)
Tribes: Ascent Starter Pack ($4.99)
The Witcher 2 ($15.99)
Ys Origin ($7.99)
And DLC for Binding of Isaac, Bunch of Heroes, Dungeon Defenders, Frozen Synapse, Killing Floor, Xotic (Total $16.31)
Total Damage to Bank Account: $102.19
I already own and have plat'd Borderlands, Bulletstorm, and Burnout Paradise on my PS3, but I really want to play them in 3D on my 3D monitor.
I would highly, highly suggest trying out Beat Hazard Ultra. The Complete Bundle, which includes the base game and the Ultra expansion is currently 70% off ($3.89.)
It's a great game if you like old-school Asteroids-style space shooters and music. It's got a twin-stick control similar to Smash TV (obviously controller support), and you basically load up your own mp3s, which it analyses and creates the stage based on the song you're play.
Different enemies and bosses come out at different times as dictated by the music. And as the music gets more intense, the action gets more intense (more enemies come out, your shooting is stronger and faster) and as the music calms down, your shots slow down and the enemies aren't as aggressive. All the while, the background is pulsing like some kind of graphic equalizer in space.
There are plenty of videos on YouTube of people playing different songs to it. I've been playing it since it came out last Summer. Always a game you can just go back to and play every once in a while when you get a new song you want to try out.
"Good... Bad... I'm the guy with the gun."