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I have steam,and bought a few games through it, but hardly ever use it. Wow and console games keep me occupied.
You want a game, buy it Hard Copy =)
Steam - because a co-worker gave me a free download, and I decided to keep it for the occasional bargin. However, for most of my new games, I do prefer to order the hard copy.
steam is my pref but I have origin as well for games that are only through ea (bf3, sim city... etc.). It's nice to have all my games available to download from a single source. No need to keep cd's and keys laying around to get lost.
I don't use them, just haven't really been interested.
i just wonder why all is angry on wow and try to ninja all i just want that kitty :(
Yes, Steam (Deus Ex Machina, Skyrim) and Origin (SWTOR, BF3) only because I was forced to in order to be able play these games. I really don't like standalone games (Deus Ex Machina, Skyrim) being dependent on fickle distribution platforms like these.
I used to use steam, but since getting a downgrade to a horribly old, dying laptop, the only game I now play is WoW. Nothing else runs or works. =[
I have only used Steam but it's really buggy. If theres a stable one I'd love to use that.
I tried using Steam to download something for CoD but I ended up with a virus on my computer and i had to go out and spend $1000 on a new one.
I use Steam on a regular basis, probably because of the sales. I hand over my wallet on Steam every time a big sale comes around, and for some reason I enjoy every minute of it. Also I love how Steam Greenlight allows indie games that are fairly good to get the exposure they need to take off.
Nope, no Steam (or similar) for me :)...Kitten pls? ^_^
I have Steam installed on my computer. I use it because of the groups, which gives me a sense of community when I am playing a game. Sometimes I will launch World of Warcraft through it, but I mainly use it for Skyrim and Spiral Knights, as well as the occasional game of Team Fortress 2 or Portal 2.I have looked into other services that were similar and didn't think they had anything new to give.((Wahoo 1st post on page 200! *unnecessary comment*))