jacobvandy wrote on Mar 27, 2012, 13:31: ... but DRM-free isn't enough for me to buy from them instead of Steam.
... Hell, you can buy a Steam key straight from the developer for the same price!
Wait till something on Steam's end screws up and they suspend your account and lock you out of all the games you ever bought for almost 2 weeks as you work it out with "support" and you'll change your tune. Believe me I loved steam and have bought several hundred games from them over the years and till it happens to you, you really won't appreciate DRM-Free, or how bad an idea it is to have all or a good portion of your games dependent on a single client/account. Steam has a nice convenience factor but convenience means jack when they can lock you out of all the games you bought from them over the years due to their own error.