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    Aeterna85 posted on Aug 28, 2011 8:37:14 AM - Report post
     
    I feel like it's almost a shame I got my coupon, I doubt they'll give me any free gift card or BOGO coupon. xD
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    Rabidd posted on Aug 28, 2011 9:31:21 AM - Report post
     
    i got the gift card yesterday and i looked in game box and i have the coupon for onlive dont need it tho
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    ZikenDendou posted on Sep 06, 2011 6:15:13 PM - Report post
     
    I don't know if you guys realize it, but OnLive require that you purchase the OnLive equipment to play. Also, isn't it kinda pointless for a brick-and-mortar store to sell games like that without informing the retail?

    that the same as i'm selling something that is similar to my business.

    FYI: I hate steam. there are time when i can't connect online, but i can't EVEN play my games i purchase legally unless i connect online.

    and why DO we even need to install steam? we might as well as hand our desktop/laptop to the government and tell them we have pirated games on it. what happen to the good old days of serial number, games, lan, and more important, Game Data and Install Data? this is why i'm starting to hate pc games. RTS games has already suffered...
    Games aren't the same anymore. Single Player games aren't appreciated. WHY!?
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    Aeterna85 posted on Sep 06, 2011 6:58:47 PM - Report post
     
    Why would installing Steam tell the government that you pirated games? O.o I don't understand.

    EDIT: I emailed gamestop and they sent a letter saying I could redeem a gift card.

    [Edited by Aeterna85, 9/6/2011 7:31:06 PM]
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    Skyheart posted on Sep 06, 2011 9:12:26 PM - Report post
     
    quote:
    originally posted by ZikenDendou

    I don't know if you guys realize it, but OnLive require that you purchase the OnLive equipment to play. Also, isn't it kinda pointless for a brick-and-mortar store to sell games like that without informing the retail?

    that the same as i'm selling something that is similar to my business.

    FYI: I hate steam. there are time when i can't connect online, but i can't EVEN play my games i purchase legally unless i connect online.

    and why DO we even need to install steam? we might as well as hand our desktop/laptop to the government and tell them we have pirated games on it. what happen to the good old days of serial number, games, lan, and more important, Game Data and Install Data? this is why i'm starting to hate pc games. RTS games has already suffered...

    Paranoid much?

    Considering you basically just admitted to having pirated games on your system, isn't stating that on an open, public forum sillier than installing Steam based on your opinions?

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    poster55 posted on Sep 08, 2011 11:29:33 PM - Report post
     
    quote:
    originally posted by Skyheart

    quote:
    originally posted by ZikenDendou

    I don't know if you guys realize it, but OnLive require that you purchase the OnLive equipment to play. Also, isn't it kinda pointless for a brick-and-mortar store to sell games like that without informing the retail?

    that the same as i'm selling something that is similar to my business.

    FYI: I hate steam. there are time when i can't connect online, but i can't EVEN play my games i purchase legally unless i connect online.

    and why DO we even need to install steam? we might as well as hand our desktop/laptop to the government and tell them we have pirated games on it. what happen to the good old days of serial number, games, lan, and more important, Game Data and Install Data? this is why i'm starting to hate pc games. RTS games has already suffered...

    Paranoid much?

    Considering you basically just admitted to having pirated games on your system, isn't stating that on an open, public forum sillier than installing Steam based on your opinions?

    This... lol Though... there are people who would post that they just committed a crime on facebook and then be surprised when the police show up... *shrugs*

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    NocturnX posted on Sep 13, 2011 5:07:26 PM - Report post
     
    quote:
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    I don't know if you guys realize it, but OnLive require that you purchase the OnLive equipment to play. Also, isn't it kinda pointless for a brick-and-mortar store to sell games like that without informing the retail?

    that the same as i'm selling something that is similar to my business.

    FYI: I hate steam. there are time when i can't connect online, but i can't EVEN play my games i purchase legally unless i connect online.

    and why DO we even need to install steam? we might as well as hand our desktop/laptop to the government and tell them we have pirated games on it. what happen to the good old days of serial number, games, lan, and more important, Game Data and Install Data? this is why i'm starting to hate pc games. RTS games has already suffered...

    First; The topic was never really about Onlive or what that coupon was for, but I suppose I see how the conversation could easily get steered that way. Second; I do sort of agree that Steam is aggrovating. I don't like being forced to have extra software on my PC in order to play the game I just bought or having to have a permanent online connection, but in the very same comment you help to validate it by implying that you steal games. You have some nerve. One thing I will also say about Steam that I like is that you don't need to keep the disk in the disk drive after installing it. I'll admit that two times I did download a so-called "pirated" game, but only because they were very obscure titles and weren't available for rent and I didn't know if they would turn out to be good or not. One time I was glad I didn't pay for it, because it turned out to suck so bad I didn't even finish it. However, the other game turned out to be good, so I bought a legit copy. That aside, it's because of thieves like you that honest PC gamers have to put up with these aggrovating forms of DRM.

    [Edited by NocturnX, 9/17/2011 1:48:25 AM]

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    Neo7 posted on Sep 16, 2011 5:46:25 AM - Report post
     
    quote:
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    quote:
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    I don't know if you guys realize it, but OnLive require that you purchase the OnLive equipment to play. Also, isn't it kinda pointless for a brick-and-mortar store to sell games like that without informing the retail?

    that the same as i'm selling something that is similar to my business.

    FYI: I hate steam. there are time when i can't connect online, but i can't EVEN play my games i purchase legally unless i connect online.

    and why DO we even need to install steam? we might as well as hand our desktop/laptop to the government and tell them we have pirated games on it. what happen to the good old days of serial number, games, lan, and more important, Game Data and Install Data? this is why i'm starting to hate pc games. RTS games has already suffered...

    Paranoid much?

    Considering you basically just admitted to having pirated games on your system, isn't stating that on an open, public forum sillier than installing Steam based on your opinions?

    This post sounds more like a complaint towards the proprietary DRM software that has an unusual amount of control over his games (i.e. forced updates) rather than admitting he has pirated software. I know many people that are not fond of Steam (or digital download managers in general).

    [Edited by Neo7, 9/16/2011 5:47:51 AM]

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