May 19th 2010 10:40AM Yes, a book or car is perfect examples of used items being sold...
After all, a game does degrade when you use it, it's ... pages get torn ... and you need to buy ... parts from the company to keep it running ... and the graphics degrade so new games look better?
No wait, they might not be the perfect examples after all.
May 18th 2010 9:11PM Mods don't work on Mac? Or did you not know that DA:O has Mac support?
May 17th 2010 8:10AM All 13? In my Steam Pop-cap collection read 29 games. While yes, it's 99€ (299,70€ is you buy them seperatly). But I remember it was down to 50€ in a sale not to long ago.
May 11th 2010 1:10PM Soo, 40ish games, out of the over 1100 titles on Steam.
Guess we need to keep that duelbooting option.
Apr 24th 2010 8:04AM Well, the game is still a year off, start saving those pennies now.
Mar 21st 2010 3:43PM Maybe they will let me buy a double edged sword for my scout...
Mar 18th 2010 7:22PM Sims 3 has Mac support, its emulated, but Mac installation is supported from the disk, no fiddeling about.
Mar 16th 2010 5:35PM Depends, if you rush, 30-40 hours, if you do a lot of sidequests and listen to dialog, 70ish hours.
Mar 16th 2010 6:54AM I always think it's fun when people say "Oh I hate EA, but I love Dice"
They are the same thing!
There are so very few people working for "EA" there is John, his secretery, some people who do the finance, the janitors, all the others work at studios, like Viceral, Dice, BioWare, Maxis, Sims, Brightlight, Black Box, Phenomic, Critierion, Mythic, Tiburion, EA Canada, EA-NC, EALA, ESSC or anyplace in IDS.
Mar 12th 2010 9:46AM Death penalty really worked out for the Vanguard guys, they had that thing running what... at least 14 days, before the userbase complaints about it forced them to remove it.
I'm sure this fresh faced company can do it, after all, the creators of Everquest 1 and 2 hardly knew what they were doing, right?