I still meet gamers that have never heard of STEAM and are still stuck playing console games. STEAM is a better way to play...
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Bought DOOM for $5 USD last week! But 95% are getting black screens because of the stupid Chroma patch. Even when sales are expired, trading works as an alternative; I've traded inventory games for the sale price that have expired over the years.
Ok, but if you want a decent to good gaming experience on pc, you’ll beed to fork up much more money or your cheap pc isn’t future proof and you’ll need to upgrade quickly anyway. I’m a consoler but I do recognize that pc gaming can be much better, sure, because a gtx 1070 cost more than my entire Xbox one itself. I bought an xbx 1, $120 headset, more than 8 games and a years worth of live and I’m still not above $1,000
My $700 Dell i5-7000 laptop plays AAA games well on Medium to High settings. Before this I had a $2k PC with a GTX 295/750. Thing with consoles is that the recent ones aren't backward compatible. Steam has all my 1k+ games that can be accessed and played on future PCs.
Yawn..."Apple had to give up on all their failed processors" LMAO! Oh, you mean as the PowerPC was already TWO generations behind the rest of Power's lineup, of which the smallest Power CPU in 2004 was EIGHT cores? It made complete sense for Apple to employ the commodity X86 processor instead of paying and having IBM/Power make a puny outdated PC compatible version of Power for a tiny market share....and then you stupidly state that Macs can't run Windows after stating that they were PCs - in fact, specifically Intel Roadmap compliant PCs - that indeed run Windows.
With such a braindead ignorant intro, WHY exactly should one continue to listen expecting subsequent reliable information????
maybe it's a better way in future but for now you can't get new decent games always on steam still needs time to improve. It does not make sense to pay $ 2000-2500 on gaming pc and most of the games you find are arcade will I can get better games for cheaper console :)
How do I add games I own to steam or is it not possible? Citi Skylines I purchased this from Microsoft store but can't find where the game was installed in order for me to add it to steam. I can't even see the properties or the install on remove installations?
Joe’s Super Fantabulous PC Gaming Channel Could you recommend a good gaming laptop? I'm starting to get into computer gaming and don't know ANYTHING about it. And I just want to buy a pre built laptop that can run battlegrounds H1Z1 Day Z etc. I don't have the time or knowledge to build my own and don't want to even try I have a budget of $1000. I was looking at the Aleinware 13 but friends of mine were saying you're paying for the name and their products aren't good.
+Noah Reed each game has its own requirements which are listed on their store pages. I personally like to have the best PC I can afford to be able to play the most games possible at the highest settings.
Just bought a PC game, which is basically forcing me to install Steam, so I thought I'd check it out, since I really don't care much for it, I kinda just want to play the game I've spent my money on (especially since trying to install Steam resulted in a bluescreen).
"STEAM is a better way to play"
>Cannot play without signing up.
>Cannot play without signing in.
>Cannot play if internet is down.
Oh, that's much better than pressing one button and having your game start.
Remember kids, always check the label. Avoid anything with this abominable virus on it.
No, I can't imagine many people love blue screens. I'm trying to warn people who are looking to buy PC games, who like myself had no idea that Steam was programmed into certain games.
Furthermore, I'd rather play a game the old fashioned way: You put the disc in, press one button, and it starts. I find this far superior than having an irrelevant dictatorial program telling me I can't play the game if I don't sign up to their website, agree with their terms and conditions, remain signed in and have internet access 100% of the time (especially when the game has no online features whatsoever) and then booting me off my own game if my connection drops. I see no upside to Steam, and can't understand why anyone would even consider using it.
Millions of players aren't playing on Steam because they love blue screens. Something is wrong with your PC's OS that has nothing to do with Steam. You can avoid blue screens of death forever though by playing on Linux (Steam has 2500+ Linux games).
yeah, so i just want to know wtf is steam and here is a 20 minute video. 20 minutes. the first minute and a half is rambling about how to define a PC. no way i stay for the next 18 and a half minutes of rambling.
you just like to hear yourself talk?
Here's the short version for anyone that doesn't have time for a leisurely video: Steam is a software delivery and management service where games are often much cheaper than on consoles or from stores. There is no annual fee, no discs to worry about, you just login and have access to yours games and saved game files from anywhere. The same games on consoles cost more and don’t look as good as playing on a PC on Steam. I love Steam!
*I've been debating about this and the prices are really tempting. Gamestop will go out of business soon, and it's their own doing for giving us peanuts for games when we go sell it to them then turn around and BOOM sell for 5 dollars less than the new copy. I stopped buying from them*
Looking for this after a friend telling me that Dragon Ball Xenoverse 1 is 75% OFF i bought the "not official version" (if you know what i mean) But buying the Full Version for that price is Awesome plus im sure buying Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 in a few months
The only thing i dont like is that We CANT have the game in our hands its good because there is no way to lose it /break it or something else but i dont know i like to have them
Gotta love the summer sale. Sadly for me who lives with his family and has a birthday in july, getting anything around this time is not available really I am never able to take advantage of the summer sale.
I disagree that it's cheaper overall, the pc sets you back loads then the monitor then the mouse and keyboard and with buying games on console after you get bored of the game you can trade it in for money, not sure if you can do that on pc or not.