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Steam Big Picture mode exits beta with a big sale

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Steam Big Picture is no longer carrying beta status. It’s now available to anyone who wants a controller-friendly Steam experience. This could be the start of something huge for Valve. It’s also the start of another week in which Steam will suck the money out of your wallet. From now until December 10, Valve has discounted a handful of games that are compatible with controllers.

If you want a closer look at Steam Big Picture, check out the video we made back in September. It shows everything you need to know about this new mode. It’s ideal if you tend to play PC games connected to a HDTV or large monitor. However, the interface can also be used on a laptop. It’s all based on your preference.

Here are all the games up for sale.

  • Star Wars: The Complete Saga – $9.99
  • Transformers: Fall of Cybertron – $29.99
  • Deadlight – $10.04
  • Sonic Generations – $7.49
  • Intrusion s – $3.39
  • Left 4 Dead 2: Game of the Year Edition – $4.99
  • Warhammer 40K Space Marine – $7.49
  • Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved – $1
  • Alan Wake’s American Nightmare – $3.75
  • Train Simulator 2013 – $18.69
  • Shank 2 – $3.39
  • Mark of the Ninja – $10.04
  • Counter Strike: Global Offensive – $7.49
  • Braid – $2.50
  • Magicka – $2.49
  • Alan Wake – $7.50
  • Post Apocalyptic Mayhem – $2.49
  • Lego Harry Potter Years 5-7 – $6.79
  • Orcs Must Die! 2 – $3.74
  • Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken – $4.99
  • Portal 2 – $4.99

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