I missed the Steam Sale for Crysis:

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Bigfoot Puncher
It was on this past Friday. The one day I forgot to check. Not only that, but it was the second time I missed this deal.

No. No. No. NOOOOOOOO!!!!!

I'm a nervous wreck. I can't handle myself. Gahh.
A fistful of me.
2 ShirowShirow11th May 2011 10:39:26 AM from Land of maple syrup , Relationship Status: In Lesbians with you
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Awww, then i missed it too. Of course it would probably just melt my computer.
He'd want you do be doing something awesome right now.
3 Neo_Crimson11th May 2011 10:42:51 AM from behind your lines.
Your army sucks.
I have the sudden urge to post this:

Sorry, I can't hear you from my FLYING METAL BOX!
I saw it, but didn't buy it.

I do regret missing the Total war sale though.

5 SpookyMask11th May 2011 10:59:57 AM from Corner in round room , Relationship Status: Non-Canon
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Am I only one who actually bought it then? o-o

And don't worry OP, its not that great tongue Unless you have uber good computer that is.
Time to change the style, for now
6 ShirowShirow11th May 2011 11:24:44 AM from Land of maple syrup , Relationship Status: In Lesbians with you
Be creative
I just wanted it to play Living Legends myself anyways.
He'd want you do be doing something awesome right now.
Bigfoot Puncher
And don't worry OP, its not that great. Unless you have uber good computer that is.

I have a laptop. A ''MacBook laptop that needs to boot into Boot Camp to play PC games. That should tell you enough.

But you know... in case I ever get a better computer...
A fistful of me.
8 SpookyMask12th May 2011 06:53:32 AM from Corner in round room , Relationship Status: Non-Canon
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You wouldn't need a better computer, you would need a ridiculously expensive computer that is uber good. And like I said, gameplay itself isn't that special compared to other FPS. Its not a bad game, but without graphics nothing special.

Note that I'm trying to make you feel better as I myself bought it too in case I would ever get an uber good computer tongue
Time to change the style, for now
Micromastophile
Don't worry. The Steam version still has the stupid DRM, so you aren't missing anything.
10 SpookyMask12th May 2011 09:10:15 AM from Corner in round room , Relationship Status: Non-Canon
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It does? ._.*didn't notice anything*
Time to change the style, for now
Bigfoot Puncher
I saw used copies on sale at Amazon for $9.99. Now, I'm not especially educated in the horrors of DRM, but I thought Secu Rom means you can only install the game a limited number of times, which was make selling a used copy somewhat moot. Can anybody explain more?

And what exactly are the details of the DRM?
A fistful of me.
12 SgtRicko13th May 2011 07:40:24 AM from Guam, USA , Relationship Status: Hounds of love are hunting
[up]You pretty much hit it on the nail. And yes, buying a used copy is going to be totally pointless since it's probably already at it's install limit, or the original user still has an active account, both of which will screw you over.
Would you believe I never fully watched the original Indiana Jones trilogy? I gotta correct that someday.
I considered buying it, but as soon as I heard it uses SecuROM I passed it up. I don't want to support developers who use SecuROM.

edited 13th May '11 7:58:45 AM by PhiliusLupae

14 SgtRicko13th May 2011 08:23:03 AM from Guam, USA , Relationship Status: Hounds of love are hunting
Most games on the PC these days have it, and only more are going to adopt it as time passes. Besides, it only becomes a problem if your hard drive suffers a total crash with no backup, because as long as you copy your entire OS and system data, you'll be able to transfer the game without it counting against the install limit.

Honestly, if you really feel that you would like the game, then by all means buy it - in the end, you're supporting the company and ensuring that they will not give up on making products for the PC.
Would you believe I never fully watched the original Indiana Jones trilogy? I gotta correct that someday.
^^ Doesn't the majority of AAA titles use SecuROM?
Bigfoot Puncher
But does the Steam version have this install limit?
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17 EarlOfSandvich13th May 2011 08:53:18 AM from the Palouse , Relationship Status: I LOVE THIS DOCTOR!
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Steam lets you know when the game has SecuROM.

In this case, the Steam version of Crysis still does (5-install limit).

edited 13th May '11 8:53:41 AM by EarlOfSandvich

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If it still has SecuROM, then yes.

edited 13th May '11 8:54:57 AM by Litis

19 Neo_Crimson13th May 2011 08:54:53 AM from behind your lines.
Your army sucks.
EDIT: Nevermind.

edited 13th May '11 8:55:14 AM by Neo_Crimson

Sorry, I can't hear you from my FLYING METAL BOX!
Most games on the PC these days have it, and only more are going to adopt it as time passes.

What makes you say that? There are plenty of games on Steam that don't use SecuROM (I own about a hundred). They have DRM (since Steam is a form of DRM), but not the draconian kind that I want to discourage. Even if a lot of AAA titles use it, there are plenty of games for me to choose from that don't if I don't want to give money to companies that abuse their own customers.

edited 13th May '11 11:07:41 AM by PhiliusLupae

21 RocketDude13th May 2011 06:03:34 PM from AZ, United States
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Plus, PC Gamer includes a bit in their reviews about what Copy Protection system is used, and if it's bad enough, they'll go into detail in the actual review (such as the Silent Hunter 5 review).
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