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Posted by spoderman on 14 September 2015 - 10:49 PM
500 keys for 21,000 voters and 11 emails all linking to the same page telling you they are out of keys. Yep, sounds logical.
wtf, they're treating steam keys like physical mail. This ain't no UPS, I shouldn't need to come pickup a key if I miss the first ing minute of delivery.
Posted by Motoki on 17 August 2015 - 06:53 PM
Windows 10 is basically a big patch to Windows 8 that just rearranges some UI stuff and puts the apps in separate windows. With rare exceptions you'll just have the same issues with old games that 8 did.
Of course any time a new OS is released some people will go running around and blaming it for everything up to and including causing cancer, but unless you've got some specifics and first hand experience then it's all useless hearsay.
*Edited to add: Read that article. *yawn* It's much ado about nothing. Those games are old as dirt and that DRM is a fossilized relic. Of course that DRM is not going to be updated going forward. If it wasn't Windows 10 it would be 11 or 12 or whatever. It's old and out of date. If the publishers want to keep selling it then it's in their interest to update. If they don't oh well.
It's not worth sticking to an old OS for all eternity for a few old ass games that aren't getting updated to have their shitty archaic DRM removed.
Posted by Motoki on 26 July 2015 - 04:59 PM
That shit's too complicated. Ya'll console types are always doing backflips on a new moon on Tuesday with your cousins aunt's sister's dog to price match Target to Kmart to Walmart to return at Best buy with a membership to get a target card for 15% off to sell on eBay to sell on Craig's list etc etc.
I'd rather just buy shit cheap.
Posted by FoxyPie on 20 July 2015 - 10:35 PM
BTW, some math for all you card idlers:
Assuming your PC idles at 100W (low estimate), and you're leaving it on off-peak hours to idle for cards, you'll use about 0.5 cents of electricity an hour idling.
More realistically, you're probably spending a couple cents an hour idling cards. Now ask yourself if getting 2 cents from a card is worth idling for.
Realistically most people have their computer on anyway so yes, clicking idlemaster twice when I start up my computer is worth whatever trash cents I get from idling.
Posted by Motoki on 19 July 2015 - 11:39 PM
Posted by travathian on 16 July 2015 - 03:00 AM
For those wondering about AU/NZ South Park using a VPN to activate a North American key for South Park on steam WONT get your account banned or anything. While Valve likes to ban your account for VPN activations there are a few games they turn a blind eye too, South Park is one such game.
Thanks random internet stranger. I shall take you at your word.