Double Fine holding a Mega-Action Mega-Sale for one week

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Know who makes awesome games? Double Fine Productions makes great games. Whether it’s an adventure, RPG or even just a kid’s game, Double Fine always gets it done with style. Of course, you don’t have to take my word for it. Thanks to the Double Fine Mega-Action Mega-Sale, you can play some of the games for yourself.

Basically, practically every Double Fine game ever is now on sale either via Amazon, Steam, Xbox Live Arcade, the Mac App Store or the official Double Fine Shop. Most of the games are at least 50% off, though there are a few exceptions in the case of Iron Brigade and Once Upon a Monster. Here’s the list of what’s on sale and where you can grab it for that price.

  • Brutal Legend (PS3, Xbox 360) is $20 for a signed copy and $10 for an unsigned copy via the Double Fine Shop.
  • Costume Quest (Windows, Xbox 360) is $7.49 on Amazon, Steam and XBLA.
  • Double Fine Happy Action Theater (Xbox 360) is 400 Microsoft Points ($5) on XBLA .
  • Iron Brigade (Windows, Xbox 360) is $9.99 on Steam and 400 Microsoft Points ($5) on XBLA.
  • Once Upon a Monster (Xbox 360) is $17 at Amazon.
  • Psychonauts (Windows, Mac) is $4.99 on Amazon, Steam and the Mac App Store.
  • Stacking (Windows, Xbox 360) is $7.49 on Amazon, Steam and XBLA.

In all cases where DLC is available, it is also 50% off. Also, Amazon and Steam both have listings for the Double Fine bundle that includes Costume Quest, Psychonauts and Stacking for Windows PCs for $14.99.

If you’re looking for a recommendation, I’d go with Costume Quest. It’s a turn-based RPG involving kids stopping goblins who are causing trouble on Halloween and with it being October, it seems like the right season to give it a try. That, and it’s also just an awesome game.

The Double Fine Mega-Action Mega-Sale is only going to last a week and it started October 9, 2012. That means you have until October 15, 2012 to grab your games. In fact, I’d suggest doing it sooner, just in case. You could forget, after all.

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