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Steam Top 10

Valve offers the following list of the 10 bestselling games on Steam for the past week:

  1. Far Cry 3
  2. Torchlight II
  3. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
  4. THQ Collection
  5. Borderlands 2
  6. Max Payne 3
  7. Age of Empires III Complete
  8. Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition
  9. Arma II Combined Operations
  10. Civilization V: Game of the Year Edition

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28. Re: Steam Top 10 Jan 7, 2013, 20:36 Quinn
Verno wrote on Jan 7, 2013, 14:45:
Quinn wrote on Jan 7, 2013, 11:23:
There's a sense of freedom that I don't need to explain to you, playing games with KB/M. It's a freedom I cannot miss, or a game simply would not be worth playing to me.

A sense of freedom you might encounter by leaving the asylum too

The game is beatable with KB/M, just not optimal. It's not like they don't give you the option of using them at all but hey whatever, it's only one of the best games in the past five years.

"The port blows but it's easily fixed by installing a single file and using a controller." Need I remind you of the thing you just said before, Verno?

I don't WANT to use a controller and I won't, therefore.. according to basic logic and your comment, the port blows -- debateable atleast for me it does, but I think a port blows either way when it can't properly implement KB/M gameplay.

"A sense of freedom you might encounter by leaving the asylum too :D" Whatever that means..? If that comment truly implies you didn't understand what I meant, which would be a rather sad thing indeed -- for every console+PC gamer I know knows what I mean by it, and even agree! -- then let me explain with an example: When I'm walking around in a game I want to freely look around, the same way I would in real life, instead of in that same 180-degrees-in-three-seconds kinda way a controller grants you. There's a certain amount of "tunnelvision", if you will, that you have to stoically accept when you use a controller. Atleast compared to proper KB/M gameplay.

Hope I cleared that up. There's no more time to elaborate further. The drugs are wearing off and the guards are looking for me...

This comment was edited on Jan 7, 2013, 21:01.
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