Digital Homicide Mixed Pack Steam Key giveaway via gleam.io
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Digital Homicide Mixed Pack Steam Key giveaway via gleam.io

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Found 4th Feb
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The mixed pack is 1 Steam Key = but will award 6 Games

Forsaken Uprising

Deadly Profits

The Slaughtering Grounds

Medieval Mercs

Temper Tantrum

Withering Kingdom Flurry of Arrows

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Garbage

Rubbish, just keep asking me to like or join multiple social media sites to sell my soul!

I came here just to post that Jim Sterling video. Or should I say Jim Sterling son.

Edited by moderator: "swearing" 4th Feb

For those taking this up with a view to selling the associated trading cards, the cards are no longer able to be sold on the Steam marketplace. They can still be traded.

More information here: steamcommunity.com/gro…14/

Illusionary

For those taking this up with a view to selling the associated trading … For those taking this up with a view to selling the associated trading cards, the cards are no longer able to be sold on the Steam marketplace. They can still be traded.More information here: https://steamcommunity.com/groups/card-trading-card-trades/discussions/1/133255957994868314/



Hate the way that steam pulls games from the store seemingly on a whim, nothing more annoying than trying to load the store page for a game in ones library and been taken to the homepage (as the page no longer exists). I really like to use the steam reviews when deciding what to play next out of my epic backlog. I am sure it wouldn't hurt them to cache the store page for those that have bought the game already. Really devalues the games IMHO....

ST3123

Hate the way that steam pulls games from the store seemingly on a whim, … Hate the way that steam pulls games from the store seemingly on a whim, nothing more annoying than trying to load the store page for a game in ones library and been taken to the homepage (as the page no longer exists). I really like to use the steam reviews when deciding what to play next out of my epic backlog. I am sure it wouldn't hurt them to cache the store page for those that have bought the game already. Really devalues the games IMHO....


Perhaps, but they only rarely do this. In the case of Digital Homicide, there was a very clear trigger - it wasn't "random" (click here if you're not aware of the background). Otherwise, when games are removed from Steam, this will be by the publishers, typically for licencing reasons.
Edited by: "Illusionary" 5th Feb

Illusionary

Perhaps, but they only rarely do this. In the case of Digital Homicide, … Perhaps, but they only rarely do this. In the case of Digital Homicide, there was a very clear trigger - it wasn't "random" (click here if you're not aware of the background). Otherwise, when games are removed from Steam, this will be by the publishers, typically for licencing reasons.



Yeah, I know there is usually some reason or another and I didn't mean specifically these digital homicide games. However, it is annoying that you lose all information on the game and the user reviews, which can be very good for seeing if a game is suitable, just for instance because the publisher didn't want to renew the license, happens a lot as games get older and seems a really extreme approach, almost like Valve want to pretend like the game never even existed, just because the publisher didn't want to pay them, which seems awfully childish.

As I said, no reason an operation the size of Valve couldn't cache the old store pages for people that have the game still, kind of a waste all the time people might have put in writing a good review too just vanishes into the ether, certainly makes me think twice about reviewing anything on steam if the store page might get pulled at any minute....

ST3123

Yeah, I know there is usually some reason or another and I didn't mean … Yeah, I know there is usually some reason or another and I didn't mean specifically these digital homicide games. However, it is annoying that you lose all information on the game and the user reviews, which can be very good for seeing if a game is suitable, just for instance because the publisher didn't want to renew the license, happens a lot as games get older and seems a really extreme approach, almost like Valve want to pretend like the game never even existed, just because the publisher didn't want to pay them, which seems awfully childish. As I said, no reason an operation the size of Valve couldn't cache the old store pages for people that have the game still, kind of a waste all the time people might have put in writing a good review too just vanishes into the ether, certainly makes me think twice about reviewing anything on steam if the store page might get pulled at any minute....


Well, at least when it comes to reviews, I can save you any concern here - these games are all absolutely terrible.

Hang on, I've just remembered that Digital Homicide games have been removed from Steam! Presumably these keys would be defunct then? I haven't acquired a key myself to check, given that the games are trash!

cannibalwombat

Hang on, I've just remembered that Digital Homicide games have been … Hang on, I've just remembered that Digital Homicide games have been removed from Steam! Presumably these keys would be defunct then? I haven't acquired a key myself to check, given that the games are trash!


When games are removed from the Steam marketplace, they can't be purchased, but they can still be obtained via code redemption and downloaded.

Illusionary

When games are removed from the Steam marketplace, they can't be … When games are removed from the Steam marketplace, they can't be purchased, but they can still be obtained via code redemption and downloaded.



Oh I see. I must admit, part of me is tempted to see just how bad these games are for myself...

The background of this developer's dealings with the press/reviewers/etc is way more entertaining than the actual games. The Jimquisition videos are a good place to start!

"This reward has ended..." I think reward is a strong term.
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