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From where do you get your games?:
I'm a PC gamer. And it depends on the game. I buy physical copies of World of Warcraft expansions, games that I think I'll really like, and games which I want the feelies for. So basically any game that I want to put on a shelf. Digital for the rest (or if I don't have the option). I apply this to books as well, actually. Oh, and I don't care where I get the physical version from, if I do get one. I'm not beholden to a local retailer unless they're actually competitively priced.
Guess Who...?I generally prefer physical copies, though dabble a bit with PSN. As such, I kinda get stuff from a little bit of everywhere. Some of the more repeatedly visited places:
edited 20th Nov '12 12:58:28 AM by TracerBullet
Hard Boiled Detective Since 1985
It's either Gamestop or Steam. And these days, I've mostly been sticking to Steam since the PC has been getting so many good exclusives lately.
Would you believe I never fully watched the original Indiana Jones trilogy? I gotta correct that someday.
War ALWAYS changes. Man does not.Cex, or Computer Exchange as they used to call themselves before they went all extreme cool letters on us operate over here as well. Their profit ratio on gear is amazing. Buy something for about five pounds, sell it for up to twenty. Then again, some of their deals are really good if you disregard their profits and look at it in terms of what you actually pay.
The armored ravenWhere do I get my games? Hmmm. For doujin games or any-ware less than a few hundred Megabytes large, I DL them. Anything larger than that, I buy them from stores that sell them cheap
What profit is it to a man, when he gains his money, but loses his internet? Anonymous 16:26 I believe...
The system doesn't know you right now, so no post button for you.
You need to Get Known to get one of those.
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