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User Info: sonicteam2k1

4 years ago#11
SavageDonzilla posted...
fakewars posted...
Some people like the box to be put on shelf

I'm that way for console games. I'd much rather have the disc over a digital copy. But for my PC, I prefer Steam/Origin. Couldn't tell ya why though.

same here, minus origin
See The Game Collection

User Info: Golden Maven

Golden Maven
4 years ago#12
Considering the prices, I'm perfectly willing to accept that the permanence of my purchases is only theoretical. Even in the unlikely scenario that Valve and Steam go down, would I really care about some old games I paid $7 for years ago? That's the average I've been paying for each Steam game.

Some people have an unhealthy obsession with retaining stuff.

User Info: lemonfed

4 years ago#13
if steam was only required for game you brought in their shop it's would not really bother me but I seen too many games sold on physicals cd/dvd also requiring it ... so before I actually had the internet I spent years having to check on the box to check if the games was requiring me to have the internet because of steam , origin and other similar online drm.
lemonfed / my lord , it seem that ganon and his minions have seize the island of gamefaqs .

User Info: claytonbuckley

4 years ago#14
because people in tin foil hats see anything related to DRM and have to believe it's a bad thing, regardless of logic.
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