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Submitted by DrChickenII 590d ago | opinion piece

RS: Steam Sale: Justification for PC gaming or just a waste of money? - Casually Addicted

Craig Shields has never truly understood why everyone gets so excited about sales. It’s just a bunch of items that were too expensive to begin with that nobody bought. In a way it’s a bit like the discarded partner in a relationship, lonely, insecure and gathering dust at an alarming rate. (PC, Steam)

Henjin  +   590d ago
I find this very contradict. The author seems very bias and doesn't seem to know what they're talking about. I thought Steam sale is good for poor gamers like me, not for someone who are willing to waste money. I can finally afford some games I like within my budget. And I don't think everyone are going to buy every games on sale just because they're cheap now.
Henjin  +   590d ago
He wrote an article to rant about something he doesn't have any clue about it. I cannot understand what these people are thinking.

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