Steam Weekend Sale Features Discounted Anime Games: Naruto, Dragon Ball, Transformers And More

Anime lovers will be thrilled with the latest news. A special Steam weekend sale will feature more than 100 anime game titles at a discounted rate, such as "Dragon Ball," "Naruto Shippuden" and more.

Steam has unveiled its Anime Weekend Sale that includes a huge list of game titles, as well as a few anime movies, Gamespot reports. The games included in Steam's weekend sale also features a mix of genres. Players can choose from a variety of role playing games, strategy games, dating simulators and fighting games.

The discounts given to each item also varies, although the lowest is at 10 percent. However, there are also game titles that were given a 90 percent price slash. Gamers will be surprised with the selection that is available in Steam's Anime Weekend Sale. Classic and fan favorite game titles such as "Dragon Ball," "Megaman," "Naruto Shippuden" and even "Transformers" have been included in the list.

Apart from games, Steam has also included "Naruto" anime in its weekend sale offerings, as stated in the same report. Anime fans can also choose to purchase anime movies at a discounted price or rent it. However, the rental rates are not at a discounted price.

The event marks the second time that an anime sale has been offered by Steam, according to a report released by IGN. It appears that Steam is also looking at hosting annual anime sales. A full list of the anime games included in the special weekend sale is also posted on Steam's website.

Meanwhile, some of the anime game titles that players may find interesting includes "Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc" that is currently marked with a 20 percent discount. Gamers may also likely enjoy the 2D platformer "Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight" that received positive reviews, according to user reviews on Steam's website.

Steam's Anime Weekend Sale is available until Monday, May 2 at 10 a.m. PT.

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