The OP isn't really for us.
Yeah, the OP and title are really for the non-regs who are actually impressed by some of these deals. And I don't mean that sarcastically, because every now and then when you see someone start a new thread for a Steam deal it gets attention from names I never recognized.
Couldn't someone just start a new thread? I mean, this one is 112 pages already -- do we need to wait for a forum breaking thread length before moving on?
I mean it. For all I know there's some moderator law about starting a new thread.
Actually, I read this thread but rarely go to Steam's main page. Because there's rarely anything there that I care about and at least this thread has some banter. I just assume I'll hear of anything noteworthy here and it's not as though Steam sales are time sensitive where I need to be first to buy something the second the sales flip.
I'm the same way, not that I don't bother checking places like GG, GMG, Gamefly, etc. but I know the deals will find their way to CAG eventually so it's just much more convenient and that is the purpose of this site.
I nominate anyone with no life, excluding myself
Just kidding, I'd do it if no one else wants to.
I'm fine updating the title. Maybe we could split the week up for updating the OP (maybe a silly idea, but I'd be fine doing sunday's sales, since I've nothing ever to do on them anyways). If someone wants to man up and do it all by their self though, by all means, please go right ahead;)
I'm fine with anyone starting it. The commitment isn't big at all. The title really only needs to be updated on Tuesdays and Thursdays since the dailies are rarely that impressive.
I meant anyone who visits CAG on a regular basis. But I guess there are some people that absolutely make this THE center point of their deal shopping and don't bother to check the major online game retailers/DD storefronts. Seems odd to me.
You know, I would think the same, but new deals get quickly buried within the thread and lots of people who aren't regulars in this thread just like to glance at the forum topic titles to see if anything jumps at them from the title.