Wondering what the Steam Summer Sale best games are? We’ve got you covered with five belters.

Steam sales are always a great time to grab some amazing bargains on both new and older titles; especially games you’ve wanted for a while.

But what are you going to spend your very hard earned cash on? Well, we’ve been searching through the Steam store for the past couple of days, looking for the best games.

To decide, I’ll consider discount, ratings, and replayability, as well as if I like the game or not. Obviously, some of these games are on sale on certain days, so get buying asap.

1. Oxygen Not Included £15

Klei really knows how to make a great game, don’t they? While Don’t Starve and Mark of Ninja are both brilliant, we suggest giving this Space colony survival simulation a go. The graphics are nice but the gameplay is just incredibly addictive as you try and make a space colony.

While the game on its own is £15, I’d say go for the Klei Survival bundle which is only £21.

2. Subnautica £15

This has been a big player on Twitch since its release back in January this year, with the likes of Lirik championing it. While exploring an alien underwater world may seem pretty damn cool, we would like to warn you that there are some creepy as hell things that dwell in the depths.

A lot of fun, especially for that price.

3. Ori and the Blind Forest £7

If you haven’t played this game yet, then what are you doing with your life? Well, if you haven’t we can’t really recommend this 2D platformer enough! It is a totally beautiful experience and in truth, if we say any more we will probably have to ruin the storyline.

4. Civilization V: Complete £8

You can really rack the hours up in Civilization and while this isn’t the latest version, the saving and sheer amount of content you will get is astonishing. Now, I’ve only played the base game, but have put hundreds of hours into trying to take down Catherine the Great.

You’re saving a whopping £90 so, that means you can spend on even more games…

5. Mortal Kombat X £5

How can you not love Mortal Kombat? Well, unless you are some really concerned 90s parent who thinks your child will end up doing some devil worshipping if they play as Scorpion.

Mortal Kombat X ups the violence with some amazing bone-breaking mechanics.