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August 20th, 2011, 05:50
I only pretend that I've come to terms with a world where people with an internet connection and an interest in gaming won't put two and two together to find the games they want without a major e-tail portal dangling it literally in front of their faces, but let's say for the sake of argument I truly have and I'll shut up about it.

So what's the difference between having a page on your website selling your game for $10 more than it's available on Steam versus, say, just having a page on your website asking people to donate $10 to you if they like your games? Either way you're asking people to pay $10 more than they have to out of the good of their hearts.

(There's probably some answer that involves complaining about how onerous gaming via Steam is, but the people who use that service don't seem to mind so much.)
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