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Go nuts for doujin games with Steam's Summer Comiket Sale

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If there's one thing otaku like more than otaku things, it's otaku things bought for cheap, which makes Steam's latest excuse to have a sale especially relevant. Y'see, Summer Comiket is happening right about now, and the otaku world's twice-yearly holiday of consumerism and cultural output has triggered mad savings at the PC gaming marketplace.

A number of Japanese indie-developed (aka doujin) games is on sale for discounts ranging from 10% to 75% off. Notable presences on the sale block include World End Economica, a visual novel written by Spice and Wolf's Isuna Hasekura, Cherry Tree High Comedy Club, SWERY's D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die, catgirl visual novel Nekopara, and even TyranoBuilder, a game-making program specializing in visual novels, so you could even make your own game that might someday appear in a future Comiket-themed sale.

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