Look at his playtime. 1,451.7 hours in the last 2 weeks. That's about, 104 hours a day. Rather unfair for him to use his Timelord abilities, wouldn't you say?
#12stmstrPosted 8/19/2013 9:01:29 PM
Can you even post that here? I feel like you can't
Valve don't give a f***.
And if they did they'd fix it, since it's not hard to do.
#13arleasPosted 8/19/2013 9:02:19 PM
You would think that Valve would fix it so you couldn't get more than 24 hours a day, but then again, to them, this kind of cheating is probably very very low on the list of things to worry about. "Oh noes, he cheated to make it look like he plays games more than I do!".
He's also buying/trading a buttload of cards and card related items, so that's a big money maker for Valve...
Let's just say that to a point a high "perfect game" rating might be impressive, but after a while it goes from being "an impressive show of determination" and starts looking like an unhealthy obsession.... Whatever the case, it seems like it doesn't matter what it is, someone is going to try to be "#1" at it (by whatever means). --- http://badges.mypersonality.info/badge/0/19/193056.png http://www.speedtest.net/result/2309944238.png
#14CardigansFanPosted 8/19/2013 9:14:41 PM
He's obviously a hacker or something. Look at his play time in the past 2 weeks. 1.5k hours hours in 2 weeks. Ill just let you think about that
Does Steam count time separately for having multiple games open at the same time? Like playing one game while leaving others idling for card drops? --- 3570k | GTX670 FTW | 16GB RAM | 256GB SSD Nexus 4 16GB White * Sharp Actius MM20 * AKA Magus77
And now I see why it looked so damn impressive... because it's not possible. Here I was thinking this guy was a god at finishing games when it looks like it might all just be a hack. Guess I should look at the details a little closer next time, haha. --- "Trust me Clark, our friendship is gonna be the stuff of legend." FC: 0860-3416-4781 // Lex in Smallvil // ACNL