It would appear I was correct yesterday when I said that the sales then are going to be hard to match but even so there are some solid deals on today's Steam Sale.

Instead of wasting your time on lengthy introductions let's move straight to my top recommendations for the December 28th Steam Sale:

Shuhei Yoshida, president of Sony Computer Entertainment, confirmed that there will be an official app for PS4 remote play on the PC as well as Mac.

While I'm aware this won't be of any consequence to many of you its still a nice option to have available. Here's what Yoshida had to say:

I didn't initially cower this rumor because it wasn't known if this is just a demo or a full version but this whole story first appeared on the Australian classification website.

And now it would seem that Konami has not only confirmed the rumor that Pro Evolution Soccer is getting a free to play version, they've also given a date, December 8.

As of right now it is exclusive to the PS4 and the PS3 but I'm expecting it to come to PC eventually as well, most likely not on the same date though.

Celebrating 15 years of Hitman (I really feel old now) Square Enix is offering Hitman 2: Silent Assassin for free.

As far as Hitman is concerned I think I can safely say that the series only became incredible with Blood Money but even so Hitman 2 is a classic and worth your time if you enjoy that type of game, if for no other reason than to experience a bit of history.

NOTE: In order to claim your copy you will need a valid US address.

Another day brings us another great Steam sale.

This one in particular contains a lot of my favorite franchises so without further adieu here are my recommendations for the 27th of December:

Don't get me wrong, I don't think Fallout 4 is a bad game. On the contrary, I think Fallout 4 is a great game. However its RPG elements are sadly lackluster.

I want to explore a world that seems alive, not one where there are barely any traces of civilization even after 200 years. Basically, I'd like to see Obsidian do to Fallout 4 what New Vegas did to Fallout 3.

With this in mind I compiled below a small list of things I'd like to see in the next Fallout game, things that might not have a big impact on gameplay but definitely have a big impact on how immersive and interesting the world is.

The steam daily sale is bigger than ever and with this many games to chose from its not easy to find out which one is worth your time and money.

With that in mind, here's my short list of recommendations for December 26th: