or is it just a way to distinguish between legitimately downloaded games, and pirate downloads?
nonetheless on topic for the games i OWN for pc i think its... 3 or 4 (3 newer gen ive bought while i live where i live now, but i think 6 overall) vs a small collage on steam.
those 6 games are harry potter quidditch world cup, and year 3 lego star wars 2
those 3 i dont have with me, they are back at my parents house, and was bought for my moms desktops.
batman arkham asylum and arkham city + warcraft 3 (all 3 in their goty editions, or... not sure if W3 has goty but its both the original and tft, as for the other 2 thats goty and with all dlc) are bought for my current laptop, which i might get rid of to get a desktop (the graphics card difference between desktop and laptop seems pretty fricking huge and my dad is better on this subject than myself)
ON steam however i had a litte bit of money to use so i got the valve pack a while back. --- Adam Savage: LET'S PILLAGE Tory Bellici: I don't think that's legal in California
Discs over my lifetime I couldn't even begin to count, currently I have about 15. The ones I cared to keep and were available on steam, I purchased there, otherwise kept the disc. Everything else has been handed off to friends/family over the years as I no longer needed it.
Around a hundred digital, and I have no idea on the number of games I have on physical media, as I haven't looked through them in about 6 years now. --- "My job isn't to offer help in the way that you mean." - Boogiepop
7 or 8 disc-based (depending on whether or not you count the one that I'm missing one of the discs for and can't play), about 300 digital. --- http://steamcommunity.com/id/katanaman444 Pccouchcoop.com http://www.co-optimus.com/system/4/pc.html