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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
All sorts of bargains at Steam - everything has 10% or more off. Bioshock is £3.49, Far Cry is £3.74, World of Goo at £12.74 (33% off) and Team Fortress 2 at £6.99 (50% off), Half-Life: Blue Shift is 99p and plenty more!
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#1
Complete valve pack that includes L4D is less than £40 and the id super pack is £18.99
#2
Bioshock for £3.49 is a steal !
Too bad I already have it.
banned#3
im happy with my CS with our own [-EA-] Server :thumbsup:
#4
Very hot + rep left, thanks!
#5
I'm sitting here going 'Oooh! Deal!' every few seconds looking at the Steam website. I can see a big dent being made in my credit card later....

Bioshock - £3.49
Bejewelled Deluxe (not 2, but still good!) - 99p
Space Trader (Good indie game): £2.99
Jade Empire: £6.74
Unreal Deal Pack (All Unreal Games): £11.49
Company Of Heroes Gold: £12.74
Relic Super Pack (Company of Heroes + exp & Dawn of War + exp): £20.24
Call of Duty 4 (it's not as cheap as play.com, but I like not having the physical media to lug around with me!): 22.49
X3 Pack (X3: Reunion & X3 Terran Conflict): £15.40

Some bargains to be had :-)
#6
Bumping to prevent the dozens of steam deal duplicate threads...
#7
This is amazing HOT

Nooo I bough Trackmania United forever 2 days ago now its half price
#9
will buy TF2 for £6.99
#10
Bargains! :D
#11
Awesome

CSS £7
Left 4 Dead £20

I'll definitely be purchasing them both, rep+heat added
#12
hot!

I love Steam - its the way forward. Nothing digital needs packaging any more
#13
geeadamg
hot!

I love Steam - its the way forward. Nothing digital needs packaging any more


I like the "concept" of Steam but I find the reality of it somewhat frustrating fairly often.

Why does it need around 5 minutes to play a game?

Why does it load a game and hang...and tell you nothing except it's downloading some BS file

Why does it not work like the good old days of Gamespy which was soooo quick n easy :thinking:

All of the above refer to CSS :whistling:

I need a cheap copy of CS 1.6 added to my steam account - any ideas? :thinking:
#14
Some scorching deals there...how I'm pleased I dont have time to game anymore, otherwise I could quite easily spend £100 + on there with all the bargains.

Voted hot!
#15
gtd65


Why does it need around 5 minutes to play a game?


it takes only less than one minute for me. I mean i play CSS all the time, in fact i just played one game just now, loading from start to finish doesnt take 5 minutes. Steam IS quick and easy, compared to games where you have to pick up the dvd case, load the cd, and run the game.

anyhoo, ive jut picked up L4D, tahnks guys
#16
I've been waiting for L4D to drop in price - £20 seems fair enough ... great game - ******** me up in the dark with sprinting zombies !!!
#17
voted hot

just ordered Bioshock for £3.49 shame its going to take 3 hours to DL :(
#18
good price bargain , theyre the price the games should be though , no disk , no manual , next time you format download all over again ,if your not on decent broadband it will be a pain in the backside. Still voted hot.
#19
scousethief
good price bargain , theyre the price the games should be though , no disk , no manual , next time you format download all over again ,if your not on decent broadband it will be a pain in the backside. Still voted hot.


You can back-up the games onto DVD's and then if you reformat all you will need to download again is steam
#20
Creosote
Complete valve pack that includes L4D is less than £40 and the id super pack is £18.99


hmm..where are these packs?


Edit:
Found it http://store.steampowered.com/search/?advanced=0&term=pack&category1=998
Still I really wanted to buy the orange box just for the sake of owning it...did order once for £6 from a site here in fact but it never came through. Still the complete Valve pack looks worth it and for l4d, only trouble is won't there be tooo many games to play at once.

Also arn't all those source games free? e.g. CS, HL, DoD...
#21
No they aren't free.
#22
This post couldnt have come at a better time, my steam account was "hijacked" last week and have been unable to gain access. Steam support are nil at responding, so can now top up my games again as I only really used TF2 and Left For Dead, but will now add Bioshock to the list now
Thanks

OMG the valve complete pack for 40 notes!!!!!...what a steal
#23
I find it funny that some people prefer the Steam version of a game than actually owning a copy you can take with you and play on any system regardless of net connection.

Steam is basically the leasing of games, you will never own these games forever. These are the prices they should be charging anyways, even before sale time! DRM is the future death of retro gaming.

Hot if your a lover of the Steam system I suppose, but I hate it, so it just makes me laugh and shake my head :p
#24
rufus bezak

Steam is basically the leasing of games, you will never own these games forever. These are the prices they should be charging anyways, even before sale time! DRM is the future death of retro gaming.


Cant really see how your leasing them? Valve have said if they go under, they would unlock the games so you can keep playing them
#25
So they say, how the hell would they implement that!? Why not do that now then? You've already paid your money. Until they go under your still just leasing it, and relying on them fulfilling a promise they may or may not keep, we'll never know. I have no problem with downloadable purchasing, but I would want to be able to play MY game on any computer I like, regardless of net connection or not. Maybe I'm just a sucker for packaging etc :-D
#26
Leepox
it takes only less than one minute for me. I mean i play CSS all the time, in fact i just played one game just now, loading from start to finish doesnt take 5 minutes. Steam IS quick and easy, compared to games where you have to pick up the dvd case, load the cd, and run the game.

anyhoo, ive jut picked up L4D, tahnks guys


I've never found it that quick to be be fair - I wouldn't complain otherwise. :thumbsup:

Next time I'm on I'll actually time it - another thing that annoys me is that when you get a problem connecting to a server and you need to reconnect, you get that steam user account is already in use message - so then you have to join another server (of course you only find out that tip by working it out yourself) as there is some sort of lag where your info stays on that server even when you are not connected. :thinking:

I've generally always used no-cd patches for all of my games ;-)
#27
gtd65
I've generally always used no-cd patches for all of my games ;-)


Same here mate. :thumbsup:

Gotta admit, even though I'm anti-steam :lol: Trials 2 Second Edition for £1.49, even on steam, is a total bargain. That game kept me amused for weeks.
#28
gtd65
I've never found it that quick to be be fair - I wouldn't complain otherwise. :thumbsup:

Next time I'm on I'll actually time it - another thing that annoys me is that when you get a problem connecting to a server and you need to reconnect, you get that steam user account is already in use message - so then you have to join another server (of course you only find out that tip by working it out yourself) as there is some sort of lag where your info stays on that server even when you are not connected. :thinking:

I've generally always used no-cd patches for all of my games ;-)


I get slow load times too, but it's nothing to with steam, it's because I don't have enough RAM, only 1GB.

My mate just put in 8GB as he has 64bit Vista and he has such fast load times he can't believe it.
#29
To us uneducated, what is 'Steam' please and how does it work? Is it games downloaded on to you PC for real time play across the net or have I got it wrong again?
#30
diggergraves
To us uneducated, what is 'Steam' please and how does it work? Is it games downloaded on to you PC for real time play across the net or have I got it wrong again?


Sorry folks. Just found this on the site:

Instantly access your favorite games

The full Steam library and all future Steam releases are at your fingertips. After you've purchased a game, download it immediately and start playing.

Join the Steam Community

Now it's easy to find someone to play with, meet up with friends, connect with groups with similar interests, and host and join chats, matches, and tournaments. Best of all, it's all free.

Chat with your friends while gaming

With Steam's "Friends" service, you can talk to your friends while you play. You can also see when they're playing games and easily join the same servers together.

Easily browse multiplayer game servers

Steam's integrated server browser makes it easy to navigate thousands of Internet game servers.

Receive automatic game updates

Hunting for patches and downloading from unorganized web sites is so twentieth-century. On Steam, your games stay up-to-date by themselves. No hassles.

Play your games on any PC

Once you have a Steam account, you can sign in from any PC to access your games. Your games are associated with your account, not your computer.

Enjoy Steam-only special offers

From pre-release discounts to free-play weekends, Steam delivers what gamers value most.




Ok - so next question. Is it any good investing into these games?
#31
diggergraves

Ok - so next question. Is it any good investing into these games?


It depends on what games you like...I love steam because I can chat with mates etc... it has a real community feeling ;-)
#32
Woot! Been dying to get left4dead and at £20.24 I couldnt resist. Awesome!
#33
Sandman`
Woot! Been dying to get left4dead and at £20.24 I couldnt resist. Awesome!


Same here ! Currently at 92% downloaded, Happy Daze !!
#34
I know there's little reason to, but I'm still tempted to wait for Left 4 Dead to drop back to £19.99 for a boxed copy.
Although it's actually very tempting to get the Valve complete pack I must admit.
#35
MBeeching
I know there's little reason to, but I'm still tempted to wait for Left 4 Dead to drop back to £19.99 for a boxed copy.
Although it's actually very tempting to get the Valve complete pack I must admit.


Is there not an option where you download and they post you the box?
#36
Steam is way better than the boxed version, you always know you can download the games at anytime (e.g. new PC, format etc) and L4D doesn't even need the DVD
#37
horstachio
Steam is way better than the boxed version, you always know you can download the games at anytime (e.g. new PC, format etc) and L4D doesn't even need the DVD


To be honest I just paid for the Retail Version as it was, at the time, cheaper than buying it on steam (when it was 20 quid from Amazon) - i got the retail version, went straight to Steam and then entered in the key.... and put the box in the cupboard.

It didn't occur to me to install it off the DVD, so I just let it download ;-)

I do like the idea of purchasing digital content, and just having it there, available when I want to download and install it - yes, the downside is needing an internet connection but I can't foresee where I won't have a net connection and want to play games at the same time. It's just convenient for me, as I move around a little and don't like clutter - it's the same reason why I have my CD/DVD collection in storage and everything ripped to V0 MP3s or Xvids- I just prefer everything to be there in digital format. Lugging around 3 1TB hard disks is easier than 400CD's and 300DVD's :-)

Steam is ok, it's not perfect and has it's flaws - I agree though, why can't they make it just work without all of this clunkiness and bugs? It doesn't make a great deal of sense... even on my machine with 4GB of RAM, GTX 260 and an X2-5000+ Black edition Processor it still runs weirdly slow. The games are fine, it's just the Steam front end which is a bit cack

Some prefer hard copies, some prefer digital media - as long as I can redownload as often as I like, I'll be happy. I don't like Amazon's MP3 Shop because I can only download once, ugh. It's a shame as I want to love a service that gives you better rate MP3's than most - but I'm going off-topic here :-)

So in brief:

Steam is a digital games store where you can purchase game licenses and then download (and re-download forever) the copy of the game. It acts as a form of copy protection as you have to log into your Steam account to download/play the game - though there is an offline mode.

It's a nicer copy protection than most out there. I'm happy with it, even though when it first came out I wanted to hate it. :-)
#38
Helgrrr
I get slow load times too, but it's nothing to with steam, it's because I don't have enough RAM, only 1GB.

My mate just put in 8GB as he has 64bit Vista and he has such fast load times he can't believe it.


My usual system has 2GB of RAM which should be more than enough to run a lowly system like Steam surely?

I've got a new system now with 4GB so I'll see how that goes in comparison :thumbsup:

I've got other pals who I play CSS with and they all seem fairly negative about Steam - or put it this way I've not actually met anybody I know that says "Steam is fantastic" ;-)
#39
I dont see the problem with steam at all. I used to be in the mindset of preferring hard copies but as a few others of said, it just gets installed then put away anyway!

Better to save some shelf space and get the game available for download whenever you want it now i think :)
#40
It's the online thing that I hate, as I've already mentioned a few posts back. I love the concept of a digital repository of games, and I love the way you can browse throgh them all, watch a quick gameplay vid to see what agame's like etc, but you never really trully own these games while they are tethered to the online dependence. Steam may say they will unlock all games if they go bust, but if you read their terms & conditions, there is a specific section stating that they are under no legal obligation to unlock the games from their online dependency should the Steam service end.

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