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Left for Dead GOTY 14.99 @ GAME for PC

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7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
Left for Dead GOTY edition... which IMO isnt that different from the original because all of the things included can be downloaded for free from steam...

this is the cheapest ive seen it since steam 50% sale... so yeah!

It's for PC sorry first time poster! but thanks for letting me know
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#1
very hot deal,this would be an awesome price even if it was the standard edition-the goty edition is usefeul for someone that doesn't have live but it's the sort of game that was made for online play(however it does have two player split screen co-op/4 player system link),going to get v.hot

edit: forgot it was out on pc thought it was for 360 so ignore everything about multiplayer on xbox lol
#2
If someone bothers to click through they'll find this is the PC version, not 360.

Would have have been nice of the poster to say so.
#3
Oops sorry forgot to say so... nway thanks for letting me know and enjoy!
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#5
If this was for XBOX it would be very hot, the PC version seems to be fairly often quite cheap (probably because nobody buys it on PC :D )
#6
Best game ever.
#7
The Governor
If this was for XBOX it would be very hot, the PC version seems to be fairly often quite cheap (probably because nobody buys it on PC :D )

lol yeah pc gaming is dead and all that :whistling:
#8
The PC version is the best version!
#9
Best game ever, had it on xbox first but pc version is much better, endless amounts of user made campaigns, free dlc, better controls, better graphics and better sound with pc headset. Good price, though I got it for £13.50 during steam deal. Bring on Left 4 Dead 2.
#10
The Governor
If this was for XBOX it would be very hot, the PC version seems to be fairly often quite cheap (probably because nobody buys it on PC :D )


Far more people play it on PC than on Xbox Live. I have it on both, and the numbers for "number of people playing online" in the versus search is always much higher on the PC. As for the game itself, it's alot better on the PC, as you'd expect since it's an FPS.

It's a bit expensive on Steam though, which is where the majority of PC players will have it.
#11
The Governor
If this was for XBOX it would be very hot, the PC version seems to be fairly often quite cheap (probably because nobody buys it on PC :D )


nope its cheaper on pc because of console licensing fees.
#12
I am not a console gamer. Especially shooting games I can't imagine playing with controllers.
Misconception is that PC is more expensive, but you are buying something that's more versatile. The games tends to be cheaper so it works out.
#13
Spudminer
lol yeah pc gaming is dead and all that :whistling:


Not dead, but dying - the last I saw from an industry tracker (NPD Group) consoles outsell PC games 2:1, with the console games industry selling in the region of $4 Billion a year against PC's $1.3 Billion (ish).

I'm not making a value judgement, not saying it's right or wrong, just merely accepting the reality. PC Gaming will never die completely, but it will move away form the mainstream more and more (unless something else comes along to boost sales).

Persoanlly I don't care, I go where the good games are, if that's an Xbox, or a PS3 or a PC I'm not bothered as long as I get to play good stuff :)
#14
The Governor
Not dead, but dying - the last I saw from an industry tracker (NPD Group) consoles outsell PC games 2:1, with the console games industry selling in the region of $4 Billion a year against PC's $1.3 Billion (ish).

I'm not making a value judgement, not saying it's right or wrong, just merely accepting the reality. PC Gaming will never die completely, but it will move away form the mainstream more and more (unless something else comes along to boost sales).

Persoanlly I don't care, I go where the good games are, if that's an Xbox, or a PS3 or a PC I'm not bothered as long as I get to play good stuff :)


The NPD doesn't include digital distribution - from large services like Steam and Impulse or from specific developers - which is huge on PC, it doesn't include casual gaming and it doesn't include subscription based gaming like World of Warcraft or micro-transactions, so that number is irrelevant.

Saying that PC gaming is dying because people aren't buying them in stores is like music is dying because no-one is buying CDs. Utter nonsense.
#15
My sons friend has this on his Steam account,i think they are charging £25-£30 for this game.
What i`d like to know is if i bought this PC Version would my son be able to play online with his mate who has it from Steam.:?
#16
1616french
My sons friend has this on his Steam account,i think they are charging £25-£30 for this game.
What i`d like to know is if i bought this PC Version would my son be able to play online with his mate who has it from Steam.:?


Yeah, it's all the same game and the same servers. It's just the distribution method that's different.
#17
tonythesuperpers
Yeah, it's all the same game and the same servers. It's just the distribution method that's different.


Thanks.
#18
tonythesuperpers
Saying that PC gaming is dying because people aren't buying them in stores is like music is dying because no-one is buying CDs. Utter nonsense.


No, absolute dismissal of hard fact is utter nonsense my non-learned friend. I was citing NPD as one example, not the whole case, if you're stuck on this point use Google, I wasn't intending to start an argument about it, just make as observation.
#19
The Governor
No, absolute dismissal of hard fact is utter nonsense my non-learned friend. I was citing NPD as one example, not the whole case, if you're stuck on this point use Google, I wasn't intending to start an argument about it, just make as observation.


You said:

Not dead, but dying - the last I saw from an industry tracker (NPD Group) consoles outsell PC games 2:1, with the console games industry selling in the region of $4 Billion a year against PC's $1.3 Billion (ish).


Which is nonsense for the reasons I mentioned. I took your advice and did a quick google search, here what's NPD themselves say:

A quick glance at the PC games sales total for 2007 shows that computer game software only generated a bit over $910 million in retail revenue. In 2006 PC game sales totaled $970 million.

But should the industry be worried by this $60 million drop? Not really, says NPD analyst Anita Frazier. She noted that looking at the retail sales doesn't give us a complete picture, especially as the method of distribution on the PC is increasingly shifting towards digital and away from retail.

"The PC games market is greatly impacted by digital downloads and subscriptions, so there is an undetermined amount of PC games industry revenue that isn't reflected in retail sales. As we've seen from a number of our studies, the PC continues to be a top platform in terms of total game playing time, so I don't think this slight decline in retail sales is anything more than a reflection of a shifting of distribution channels," Frazier explained.

Although NPD doesn't currently have any data or estimate for the amount of revenue generated by digital downloads and subscriptions on the PC, Frazier added, "This [console vs. PC sales gap] isn't really a new phenomenon. Video games software sales, and even just the console portion of that figure (at retail) have been greater than PC retail sales every year that we've tracked (1995). Yes, the video games (console & portable) retail sales have really exploded, but again, until we can get a measurement of dollars spent online, we won't have the true picture."


I suggest you take your own advice.
#20
tonythesuperpers

I suggest you take your own advice.


I have, in your haste to pursue an argument, you've actually constructed a proposition I never made and then proceeded to gather evidence to support it, but argue away if you like :roll:
#21
I quoted you :roll:
#22
tonythesuperpers;6275528
I quoted you :roll:

looks to me like Batman 1 Spiderman 0 ! :p

For my twopence worth I can see both points are valid to some degree. PC Gaming is being affected in some areas where consoles score higher such as your non FPS i.e. sports, RPG, racing, beat-em-ups etc but this may only last while the current Nextgen consoles continue to suck in the serious gamers.
Prior to decent internet based console games PCs ruled the roost. They may do again.
Also I agree you can't assume PC games sales are even close to being correct if the trend is now to buy online, which is something I wholeheartedly support as I have enough games boxes without adding to them!.
PCs will always surpass consoles in the area of gaming tech as they can be updated by simply replacing a component or two. Console gamers have to await a whole new console. When's the PS4 Or Xbox 720 out? :P
#23
tonythesuperpers
I quoted you :roll:


Don't quote, read. If you actually read what I said, not what you think I said we'd be having a different discussion. But, enough of this nonsense :-D
#24
The Governor
Don't quote, read. If you actually read what I said, not what you think I said we'd be having a different discussion. But, enough of this nonsense :-D


Whoa mate...get a life.:)
#25
lol, what are you having a dig at me for, it was Mr "Utter Nonsense" that started it!
#26
Ok, I'm done talking to someone who says 'my non-learned friend' and 'he started it' in the same thread.

On topic: great game, great price.

EDIT: oh and you can register the CD-key with Steam too, which is handy.

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