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Is there any PC gamer out there who owns every game ever released on Steam?

#1SolnotPosted 8/16/2013 7:21:54 AM
Like anybody who has a complete Steam Library?
#2Ch3wyPosted 8/16/2013 7:22:33 AM
Yeah, Steve does.
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#3ATARIJAWAPosted 8/16/2013 7:29:53 AM
Gaben does.
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#4Trance_FanPosted 8/16/2013 7:30:48 AM
someone in japan has 2000+ games on steam list
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#5ScroePosted 8/16/2013 7:31:28 AM
ATARIJAWA posted...
Gaben does.

He never buys the third installment of anything
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#6TropicMoon10Posted 8/16/2013 7:32:41 AM
There was a Steam giveaway two Christmas' ago where the 1st prize was every single game in the store. The winner posted about it on 4chan.
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#7FuRiOuS 198774623Posted 8/16/2013 7:44:05 AM
I'm pretty sure all Valve employees have access to all games on Steam.
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#8Ch3wyPosted 8/16/2013 7:50:26 AM
TropicMoon10 posted...
There was a Steam giveaway two Christmas' ago where the 1st prize was every single game in the store. The winner posted about it on 4chan.


I would be pissed off if I won that. I don't want my library that cluttered.

Their options for library organization are way too limited and tedious at this point.
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#9The_Mighty_QuinPosted 8/16/2013 7:54:24 AM
Every Steam game... would anyone even have the time to use all of them? Or bandwidth?
#10maybecallsPosted 8/16/2013 7:58:11 AM
So many games, so short a lifespan.....

I remember either Arthur C. Clarke or Isaac Asimov (my memory is fading) writing about how when they were young they were able to keep pace with published science fiction, so that they could genuinely claim to have read everything available. Impossible now, of course, and it's the same for playing games. It's probably well over three decades since it was possible to keep pace and play properly every new game that was released. So many worthy games, especially on PC, seem to get lost in the flood of game releases. :-(