VisualArts Co. Limited Titles Up to %70 Off in Steam Summer Sale

Friday, June 23rd, 2017

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VisualArts Co. Ltd. wants all of their fans to know that their library of titles is experiencing some serious price slashing right now during the Steam Summer Sale! Their titles are marked down anywhere from %30-70 off, with most being roughly around 2/3 or %66 off. Here’s a screenshot of a search on the Steam store showing VisualArts titles and their markdowns.

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planetarian ~the reverie of a little planet~ has the biggest markdown at %70 off. The lowest markdown, at 30% off, belongs to planetarian HD. As the Steam Summer sale carries on through July 5th, you’ve got about a week and a half left to take advantage of the slashed prices.

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