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Sega is giving away a bunch of free games on Steam

You can pick up Jet Set Radio, Golden Axe, and Hell Yeah: Wrath of the Death Rabbit as part of Sega’s Make War Not Love sale.

Sega is currently holding a sale Steam sale called Make War Not Love: Bloody Valentine, and for a limited time, you can grab a few free games as part of the promotion.

The sale is mostly comprised of real-time strategy titles, but Sega is also giving away some classic titles well worth picking up.

Jet Set Radio, Golden Axe and Hell Yeah: Wrath of the Death Rabbit are all available for free on Steam right now. To claim them you must visit the sale page and install the Prize 1 bundle to play your free goodies.

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Jet Set Radio first released for the Sega Dreamcast in 2000, and is considered an underrated classic by many. It received a HD port in 2012 for Xbox 360, PS3, PC, iOS and Android.

Hell Yeah: Wrath of the Death Rabbit is an enjoyable action-adventure platformer with an insane visual style that pokes clever fun at nostalgic Sega classics.

Golden Axe is an iconic arcade classic that hasn’t stood the test of time, but is still a worthwhile freebie for anyone wanting to beef up their Steam library.

The Make War Not Love: Bloody Valentine Sale will end on February 20 at 6PM, so you have until then to claim your free games.

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