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Posted: Jan 16th 2009 5:25PM TheJackman said

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Anyone else dislike Steam??

Posted: Jan 16th 2009 5:34PM (Unverified) said

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No.
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Posted: Jan 16th 2009 5:48PM Firebreak said

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I love steam.
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Posted: Jan 16th 2009 6:54PM BIGGIN said

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I use Steam to launch my MMOs already, and for that matter, all my games. Doing so allows me to use Steam's IM, voice, and new web browser.
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Posted: Jan 16th 2009 6:50PM Nadril said

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Nope steam is an awesome service. Shit, couple of weeks ago I got Unreal Tournement 3 there for TEN dollars. Their deals are incredible and it is a wonderful service.
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Posted: Jan 16th 2009 6:55PM (Unverified) said

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I have absolutely no problem with steam. You might even say I like it. Some of the pop-ups bug me but I have the feeling that's user error and I could turn those off if I just took a second to figure it out :)
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Posted: Jan 17th 2009 10:33PM Megasheep said

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Does anyone dislike Steam? I don't know anyone that does.
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Posted: Jan 19th 2009 3:19PM wjowski said

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It's better than EA's DRM bullcrap.
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Posted: Jan 16th 2009 5:58PM BaronJuJu said

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I love Steam, they have great offers all the time on there, like this weekend they have Rainbow Six vegas 2 for $9.99. For them to put Sony games on their site is just a win-win situation for both teams. Plus, the customer gets some great deals on the games to boot.

Posted: Jan 16th 2009 6:19PM Greeen said

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pretty neat move. makes the station launcher kind of obsolete.

Posted: Jan 17th 2009 5:02AM (Unverified) said

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Maybe Steam policies will force Sony to stop being idiots with their customer care policy. For a lengthy time it was possible to buy EQ2 expansions you already had on your account, and were provided with no refunds if you made this mistake. As a returning player looking to check out new things in EQ2, this soured my experience incredibly as they threw TOU immediately in my face, going straight for a defensive stance on their policies.

Posted: Jan 17th 2009 10:41AM (Unverified) said

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great move, will this be happening in the UK too?

Posted: Jan 18th 2009 4:47AM (Unverified) said

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Yes, they are :)
Was very surprised to see, but its still great.
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