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May 8th, 2011, 09:08
Originally Posted by DArtagnan View Post
Yes, and it doesn't matter how these clients work, what the games cost, and what limitations they place on the end-user, right?

No, I guess because Steam is the leading platform - we should all just accept it instead of trying to make a difference by using other services?

When things happen that can't be stopped - there are many ways to respond. Some people like to argue why it's not good, even when it's inevitable. Other people accept everything that happens - because they don't question the actions of those in power.
DArtagnan I must say I agree with you again. I will laugh in 10 years when steam controls the entire market and makes people pay what they want with restrictions. Sure its all smiles and we love are customers now but that will change. Gabe wont be around forever.

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