dirzzt360, post: 7471332, member: 1243 wrote:
Yeah, so those games wont work. Something about Steam DRM or some crap. I looked around and shit but really couldnt get any solid info. According to some dude the Steam version of Bioshock wont work unless you open the game using Steam. But if you buy the same game from Amazon it will work without Steam.
Sonicabids hate isnt...I dont what the word I want is. But yeah, I cant hate on him for hating on Steam DRM. It is pretty shitty that I cant play this games that I purchased without using Steam. But then I agreed to this crap so whatever. Most of the time I dont even notice. I mean, if whoever wouldnt have asked if putting them on disc works I would have never even thought about it.
Sonicabid, post: 7465692, member: 7931 wrote:
Torrents > Steam.
You're telling me you guys dropped 100's, maybe 1000's of dollars on a new PC, yet you buy all your games digitally? Why not do the same thing, but not pay for it? Morals? CD-keys required to play online? You're ballin' and don't care?
Hawkingbird, post: 7472066, member: 32370 wrote:
Valve is trying to get more Japanese developers to put games up on Steam.
Marvelous entertainment answered the call. I hope they bring over No More Heroes .
dirzzt360, post: 7474244, member: 1243 wrote:
I ask because you know, I talk to people and they're like "yeah man, Im a PC gamer" so I start talking to whoever about games and shit and they're like "uhhh, all I play is [insert MMO title here].". So I think, yeah, technically you're a PC gamer because you play 1 game on your PC. But thats not really what I mean. You know what im saying?
dirzzt360, post: 7474081, member: 1243 wrote:
How many of you guys play more than MMO's on your PC?
DaRabidDuckie, post: 7475331, member: 14687 wrote:
I think I own around 460 games on Steam. God bless Steam sales, and god damn not having the time to play them all... o_o
Bomberman3000, post: 7475354, member: 4859 wrote:
That's why I don't go crazy when Steam does massive sales (like this past Summer Sale that went on).
Still got some high-end games bought on the cheap (Deus Ex Human Revolution) that I still have yet to install.
Hawkingbird, post: 7482665, member: 32370 wrote:
What is Big Picture anyway? A TV app or something
King9999, post: 7482794, member: 1104 wrote:
From what I've read, it's basically Steam designed for TVs, complete with pad support. Pretty big deal, especially with the kinds of games Steam has been getting lately.
Hawkingbird, post: 7482828, member: 32370 wrote:
Going in that direction is better than developing a console. I don't have an internet enable TV (taking a guess on that's what's needed for this) so I can't make use of this. I'm very curious on how well Big Picture works.