Oh boy, not another fool that believes cosmetic items have an impact on gameplay.Guest said:
Valve saving videogames? How many hats do you own?
That's neat, but Valve doesn't sell overpriced hardware with overrated software. The motivation of every company is to make money, and quite frankly, I'd rather they make money by enticing me to buy video games for cheap than fooling me into buying a game at full price and later charging me for DLC.Guest said:
I like to complain while providing no reason as to why I'm doing so. I'm hating something popular, am I cool yet?
Couldn't care less what you think, they offer a deal im on it. The thing is, they have offered quite few deals and great service thus far, although VAC is rather appalling but still...Guest said:
No, the hats do not impact game play ,but Valve giving out heavily discounted games is like the Romans giving out free bread and circus games. Its sad how people are so easily bought with free stuff.
I presume his point was that Valve is not the gaming messiah unlike so many gullible gamers think they are.
Honestly Valve/Steam fanboys are almost as cult like as Apple fans are. Say one thing about Valve and you have a torrent of angry internetters ready to spill blood.
I do not hate Valve ,but neither will blindly put faith in them and blindly ignore their motivations.