A new Steam tool lets you see exactly how much money you've spent on the platform. Use this at your own risk, as some buyer's remorse is sure to follow for some.
Over $1000. GabeN, nooo, Staph!
lets just say you are on the low end of the numbers ive seen others post...We buy games we never play...As a matter of fact just this week Ive purchased 3 games (all discounted at least 20%) for a total of $70. Havent started even one of them up. HELP ME.
GabeN has his clutches in you and apparently the Steam Summer Sale is starting very soon!
I'm going to use this to see just how much my son has been spending on Team Fortress 2. He is crazy addicted to that game.
$175.82 w 165 games since 2005. I hardly ever buy directly from Steam. Usually hit discount sites and bundles.
Yeh Humble Bundle and all those other things don't count towards this it seems
Yea, I hit them a lot. I also like Fanatical. (formerly Bundle Stars). I've used G2A before, but they're kind of shady so I stopped.
That just makes me more sad since I have bought a bunch Off of steam and still racked up a bunch on Steam.
hmm last game i bought on steam was ark survival evolved end of 2016 i guess. the steam platform is not very appealing if you‘re not blindly addicted to those sales.
Still waiting for someone to come in here and say "over 9000"
$2000. Of course, this doesn't count keys you have purchased elsewhere like from humble bundle, green man, g2a, etc.
I am surprised I spent as much as I did within Steam. Most of my purchases in the past several years have been external to steam at all those bundle sites.
I don't even want to know.
God help me if my wife finds out....
$4500, 542 games, about 10 years. 0_o
Barely over $1,500. Still too much to me :/
Enough for a new jet ski :/
$1829 over 350 games over 5 years, I too use all the external sites for good deals.
Just over $4000
I really don't want to know how much I spent to be honest.
$1,129.68 with Zero regret or shame.
SHIT I have the author of a video game website beat on money spent on video games.... What am I doing with my life? :(
friend of mine has over $20,000 lol
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