[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]
For Immediate release 16:00hrs (GMT) on December 6
Bundle Stars, a leading global digital distribution platform, is
expanding its offering with a new storefront that offers massive
discounts on selected Steam games:
Building on the tremendous success of its popular multi-game
Steam bundles, Bundle Stars today revealed its new store as part of
a major website redesign and rebranding. Offering discounts of up
to 85% off the normal retail price of individual Steam games, the
permanent store includes digital download games for multiple
platforms, including Windows® PC, Mac and Linux.
A favourite destination for hundreds of thousands of gamers
every month, Bundle Stars offers game developers and publishers a
highly effective way of increasing their sales revenue and brand
awareness 12 months of the year.
Bundle Stars will continue to offer the deep discount bundle
collections that have earned it a six-figure customer base in just
12 months of trading. The new storefront will be updated every
Friday with striking discounts which last until midnight Sunday
(Pacific Time). Customers can still purchase games throughout the
week, but at a lower discount.
Opening deals at today’s launch include Alan Wake
Collector’s Edition, ArcaniA, Desperados 2: Coopers Revenge,
Inquisitor, AI War Collection and Mount & Blade: Warband.
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About Bundle Stars
Bundle Stars offers unique and exclusive offers on digital
downloads. Bundle Stars selects best quality, best
value products from development partners and makes
them available in
low-price, time-limited deals. Consumers
typically save up to 97% off the normal retail price.
Launched late 2012, British-based Bundle Stars is owned and
operated by Focus Multimedia Ltd, one of the UK’s leading
independent computer games and software publishers since 1995. For
more information please visit
* Promotional savings are based on retail prices charged
to customers based in the USA for individual products, and are
correct at the time of publishing.