I do. I use Steam. I purchased few Steam store games (such as Sleeping Dogs, Sanctum, DOTA 2) and I mainly use Steam to play those games. On the other hand, I like weekly "free2play" events where I can try some of the most popular games for free during weekend.
I use Steam regularly, both for the deals and the convenience. I don't have to worry about discs, all my games are in one place, and I can use them on all of my computers.I also use Origin by necessity for a few games, and I technically have an Impulse account, though I don't use it.
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I dont use it! I only play WoW on my PC
None, mostly just wow and a bit runescape (my guilty pleasure) which i've played for around10 years.
I use Steam because it's easy to use and a good way to keep track of your games.
Im using Steam but I prefer playing WoW. :)
Yes, there are some damn good discounts on Steam from time to time.
I use steam to download my games other than wow as I've slowly gone from a console gamer to a pc gamer.
Yes. I use both Steam and Origin for games not offered by Blizzard, such as L4D2, BF3, SimCity, CSO, and much more.
I use Steam because like 3 yrs ago I got free CODMW2 with my graphic card and I wanted to try multiplayer. From time to time I go play AC3 MP / DOTA 2 .... now, can you gimme my kitty? :P
I use Steam, too convenient to pass up.
Nope, nope and nope. I'm buying only box games. I play only wow and d3 so it;s not a problem ;)
no steam oder something.. i just play wow ;)
My boyfriend has a Steam account, and I use it to play LotRO and since a week or two Don't Starve. Good grief, that game is so frustrating... I love it. Or, specifically, I love to hate it. It's awesome. :p
I do, quite often in the case of Steam. I find that it provides an easier (and often cheaper) way of finding new games to look at and possibly buy.
Use steam all the time, easy way to connect with friends and game together.
I use both Steam and Origin. The latter mainly because that's the only way for me to own Battlefield 3. Steam, however, is used for all other PC games I own, besides Blizzard games of course. Steam is great, awesome sales where I've picked up great games for just a few euros, but at the same time Steam also has the largest catalogue, there's rarely a game missing from there!
Yes, I use Steam, but no other networks like it.