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#42 - turretbuddy (05/29/2013) [-]
Hail Lord Gaben.
Hail Lord Gaben.
#81 to #42 - butterisgood (05/29/2013) [-]
Wallpaper if anyone wants it.
#142 to #81 - turretbuddy (05/29/2013) [-]
Fukken Saved
Fukken Saved
#78 to #42 - vgamefrk (05/29/2013) [-]
Honestly, I'm scared of steam. I think its great and all to be able to buy games that are usually unheard of but Steam doesnt sell the physical copy of the game. They just sell the download for the game which is great and all but what if you get banned or have no internet? Isn't that what xbox one is trying to do with used games? sell you the license to play the game?
TLR steam scares me xbox one reference
#112 to #78 - anonymous (05/29/2013) [-]
Technically, that's how it's always been. Even if you have a physical copy, you don't own the game data, you just have a license to use it. They even say this somewhere in those agreements that no one ever reads.
User avatar #100 to #78 - chiktikkavaspaus (05/29/2013) [-]
I used to be the same way. I needed physical copies of my games, to the point where I would wait until the GOTY for most games like Borderlands just so I could have the DLC on a disc. But after buying my first game, I have to say it's so much better than physical copies. I made the switch to PC and built a rig, I have around 60 games for it and I probably only spent around $150 for all of those games.

As for the DRM, it all depends on what you're playing. Most every game can be played offline, but most of the EA/Ubisoft games require an internet connection. It's a slight drawback, but still worth it in my opinion. You do have to register your CD keys sometimes, but they're provided when you buy the game. You can then go and play on any other PC as long as you sign in with your steam account.
User avatar #82 to #78 - aerius (05/29/2013) [-]
living in the UK ftw. Here we actually own our steam games now, and valve is being FORCED to develop a method of allowing us to trade in our steam games to buy new ones.
User avatar #85 to #82 - nebuchadnezzaurus (05/29/2013) [-]
Wow, that's actually great. I hope they do that everywhere. It's not so much the trading I want as some reassurance that I won't get randomly banned without a warning and all those hundreds of dollars will go down the shitter (this has almost happened to one guy, by the way; he got his account back after his case was publicly exposed)
#80 to #78 - vgamefrk (05/29/2013) [-]
TL;DR i accidently held shift and it made a smiley face.
#68 to #42 - anonymous (05/29/2013) [-]
GOG is not bad for some old games if you need ot find them cheap thye patch SS2 so it wrk better for new verosi nof OSs
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