Frayed Knights: The Skull of S'makh-Daon has enjoyed a small, but permanent, price reduction. Because it's September. And because I'm getting kind of excited about the sequel, now in production.
Frayed Knights is a hardcore, old-school style, first-person perspective, true 3D role-playing game. Filled with probably way too many spells (over 100 base spells, most with around five variant "upgrades"), too many items (almost 200!), too many level-up options (over 80 feats to choose from each time you level up!), and a metric buttload of monsters scattered across sixteen "dungeons", five wilderness areas, and a town full of intrigue.
Fortunately, it doesn't take itself too seriously. Neither do you. Because it is stuffed so full of options, Frayed Knights: The Skull of S'makh-Daon doesn't require you to be the hardest of hard-core power gamers to win. Yeah, some battles may get challenging, but it does not require a fully optimized party to be victorious 30+ hours later. So you can feel free to experiment.