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Do Complete/GOTY editions show up on Steam?

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11 months ago#1
Just wondering.
I didn't hear your question but the answer is DmC.
11 months ago#2 can buy them on Steam, yes. Sometimes they completely replace the vanilla release.
11 months ago#3

probably took me a fraction of the time you spent making this topic, to find that.
Pointing out your stupidity is not trolling
11 months ago#4
Of course. Borderlands 2, Skyrim, and Arkham City come to mind, but there are plenty more.
-What is best in life?
-To crush your enemies, see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentation of the women.
11 months ago#5
Yes, they are there. Wait for a sale and get the complete game for super cheap, that's what I do. What particular games are you looking for?
11 months ago#6
I think what people are failing to mention is that yes, they exist on steam.
11 months ago#7
Deus Ex HR Directors Cut completely replaced the original game cant get anything else but it now.
11 months ago#8
Bioshock triple pack was like $12.
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