Originally Posted by xGunCrazyx
Might be that Valve has consistently offered gamers incredibly cheap games over the years with the least intrusive form of DRM in the industry.
Sure, D2D has saved us $1.50 this time, but Steam has saved me thousands of dollars over the years that I have been a member...
I've probably paid around $1000 or so on this account and it does not take into account the prices of the past (Now it is just calculating games at current dropped prices)
Thanks for the link, and although the inquiry is OT a little, I'm not getting that tool to work. At all. I tried the 17 digit # and it says I've been a member since 1970 and have 0 games. I tried my two "Profile names" and neither get hits. Does anyone else have issues with this tool? The help page is obsolete, so to say, as the instructions are for an old version of STEAM.
BTW, I like how STEAM updates more fluidly and automatically than it seems D2D wanted to. I didn't like the fact that files for games are floating around the web called "D2D version patch"...that doesn't inspire a sense of simplicity/automation.
D2D wanted me to install Comrade or whatever it's called, and the GUI is clumsy and it's "game finding" mechanism was even worse, calling all sorts of apps on my PC "games" and not finding others, it was just a hassle. I have 5 games from D2D, but I like STEAM's discounts, simplicity and reliability. No patches or discs on my part, and the GUI and discounts are preferable to me.