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User Info: happyscrub1

happyscrub1
4 years ago#1
... no walmart, no buy.

>.>
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User Info: steveboblarry

steveboblarry
4 years ago#2
Origin master race report in. how about no crappy drm service no buy, is that possible for people to understand
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User Info: temgun

temgun
4 years ago#3
No it's not.

User Info: pothocket

pothocket
4 years ago#4
Of all the terrible analogies that have been pulled out of a TC's ass, this one is the most terriblest.
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User Info: happyscrub1

happyscrub1
4 years ago#5
pothocket posted...
Of all the terrible analogies that have been pulled out of a TC's ass, this one is the most terriblest.


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User Info: Dirk85UK

Dirk85UK
4 years ago#6
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User Info: DerPancake

DerPancake
4 years ago#7
I agree. I mean what do you prefer?

A service with pure AAA High rating quality titles?

or a service full of indie games that look like from the NES era made for poor people?

Obviously the ones with financial problems will choose the latter, but it doesn't make sense why they are gaming on PC. I mean you have money to build a good gaming PC, but no money to buy AAA high quality titles?
Nope Nope Nope!!!!

User Info: r0ge00

r0ge00
4 years ago#8
DerPancake posted...
I agree. I mean what do you prefer?

A service with pure AAA High rating quality titles?

or a service full of indie games that look like from the NES era made for poor people?

Obviously the ones with financial problems will choose the latter, but it doesn't make sense why they are gaming on PC. I mean you have money to build a good gaming PC, but no money to buy AAA high quality titles?


This post was good for a laugh. Thanks.

User Info: Star_Nuts

Star_Nuts
4 years ago#9
Except it's convenient to have all your games in one program and Steam has some nice features for tracking your play history. I'll buy games that aren't on Steam but I would prefer to have them all on Steam.
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User Info: TastyKittyMMMM

TastyKittyMMMM
4 years ago#10
DerPancake posted...
I agree. I mean what do you prefer?

A service with pure AAA High rating quality titles?

or a service full of indie games that look like from the NES era made for poor people?

Obviously the ones with financial problems will choose the latter, but it doesn't make sense why they are gaming on PC. I mean you have money to build a good gaming PC, but no money to buy AAA high quality titles?


OK I'm gonna assume this is trolling, but I'll bite. Not everyone builds the same "good gaming PC". Some build mid or low. Some don't LIKE the AAA titles that much. The whole appeal of PC gaming is it's customizable. If you wanna play at lower settings due to budget constraints, you can totally do that. PC isn't all about power.
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