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Would be useful if Updates show how large they are before you start them.

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COMMENTS

  • MrCowH
    1 points Jan 18,2019, 4:22pm

    They are?

  • MKA_Askeri
    1 points Jan 18,2019, 5:21pm

    It does work for me

  • NoOneHomeHere
    1 points Jan 18,2019, 7:08pm

    Works for me, just downloaded 5 updates and it said how big they were.

COMMENTS

  • MrCowH
    1 points Jan 18,2019, 4:22pm

    They are?

  • MKA_Askeri
    1 points Jan 18,2019, 5:21pm

    It does work for me

  • NoOneHomeHere
    1 points Jan 18,2019, 7:08pm

    Works for me, just downloaded 5 updates and it said how big they were.

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New steam broadcasting seems to be functional now, but it's terrible.

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COMMENTS

  • LG03
    5 points Jan 17,2019, 3:36pm

    When you click 'watch game' on a friend's broadcast, it now opens in the chat window which I'm sure no one keeps full screen. Not only that but the game's store page is now present and taking up almost a third of the screen space.

COMMENTS

  • LG03
    5 points Jan 17,2019, 3:36pm

    When you click 'watch game' on a friend's broadcast, it now opens in the chat window which I'm sure no one keeps full screen. Not only that but the game's store page is now present and taking up almost a third of the screen space.

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How does that work?

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COMMENTS

  • -Viktoria
    71 points Jan 14,2019, 3:08pm

    Seems like their search function takes inspiration from windows search!

  • vessel_for_the_soul
    39 points Jan 14,2019, 2:31pm

    Im solid that Valve doesnt even know how steam does what it does with all the layers, only that it do

  • Prof_Awesome_GER
    8 points Jan 14,2019, 4:11pm

    Jeah the searching is awful, so is the performance of the whole store, shit is loading for ages sometimes or not at all.

  • 5onic
    3 points Jan 14,2019, 4:53pm

    Same thing happens to me.

  • Geosgaeno
    4 points Jan 14,2019, 3:44pm

    Yeah it's garbage

  • PureFred
    2 points Jan 14,2019, 6:57pm

    I never understood it at all, like I’ll type in GTA 5, and it doesn’t even show it

  • Kuyosaki
    2 points Jan 14,2019, 7:29pm

    r/softwaregore

    tbh whole steam is a gore

  • bryanl653
    3 points Jan 14,2019, 5:53pm

    It just does that because it does, Anus licker 38.

  • aaronfranke
    2 points Jan 14,2019, 6:18pm

    Damn, it looks like Steam is using the same revolutionary AI that Microsoft is using!

  • GabenGirlGamer
    -20 points Jan 14,2019, 4:26pm

    What the hell do you people use for money?

COMMENTS

  • -Viktoria
    71 points Jan 14,2019, 3:08pm

    Seems like their search function takes inspiration from windows search!

  • vessel_for_the_soul
    39 points Jan 14,2019, 2:31pm

    Im solid that Valve doesnt even know how steam does what it does with all the layers, only that it do

  • Prof_Awesome_GER
    8 points Jan 14,2019, 4:11pm

    Jeah the searching is awful, so is the performance of the whole store, shit is loading for ages sometimes or not at all.

  • rrgVipex
    7 points Jan 14,2019, 3:04pm

    Shit happens :)

  • 5onic
    3 points Jan 14,2019, 4:53pm

    Same thing happens to me.

  • Geosgaeno
    4 points Jan 14,2019, 3:44pm

    Yeah it's garbage

  • PureFred
    2 points Jan 14,2019, 6:57pm

    I never understood it at all, like I’ll type in GTA 5, and it doesn’t even show it

  • Kuyosaki
    2 points Jan 14,2019, 7:29pm

    r/softwaregore

    tbh whole steam is a gore

  • bryanl653
    3 points Jan 14,2019, 5:53pm

    It just does that because it does, Anus licker 38.

  • aaronfranke
    2 points Jan 14,2019, 6:18pm

    Damn, it looks like Steam is using the same revolutionary AI that Microsoft is using!

  • GabenGirlGamer
    -20 points Jan 14,2019, 4:26pm

    What the hell do you people use for money?

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Is this a game?

Steam on Reddit

COMMENTS

  • DrummingFish
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 7:36pm

    You reposted your own post from yesterday. Get out of here.

COMMENTS

  • DrummingFish
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 7:36pm

    You reposted your own post from yesterday. Get out of here.

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Cya later virgins

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What steam looked like in 2005

Steam on Reddit

COMMENTS

  • rastla
    82 points Jan 13,2019, 8:34am

    Wth is Codename Gordon

  • BoomRockDopSop
    193 points Jan 13,2019, 8:18am

    Maybe it's the nostalgia in me but I miss the puke green UI sometimes.

  • aspearin
    34 points Jan 13,2019, 8:53am

    Ah memories. Been on since it was beta. Have the best ID# 69696

  • redkulat
    17 points Jan 13,2019, 8:54am

    What blows my mind is there are kids who were born after Steam was released...and probably have no idea what it looked like before.

  • tsoro
    7 points Jan 13,2019, 9:08am

    NATURAL SELECTION!

  • BlackNair
    18 points Jan 13,2019, 8:33am

    wow I never saw this before, only started using Steam in like 2010.

  • zergoven
    18 points Jan 13,2019, 8:25am

    I prefer the green colour instead of Black mixed with blue.

    But let's not forget about the Mini-Mode! (A.K.A The option that can make your UI look like almost the same that is on the picture).

  • Talexis
    4 points Jan 13,2019, 9:02am

    Welp I just got hit with a nostalgia tsunami. Thanks op.

  • DongQuixote1
    4 points Jan 13,2019, 9:07am

    I wish I could find that old GIF making fun of green-steam load times. With shit like "compensating for valve's incompetence...." and "hosting insufficient servers" for loading text.

  • popgalveston
    7 points Jan 13,2019, 9:18am

    i fucking hated steam back then, I just wanted to play CS

  • URAHOOKER
    3 points Jan 13,2019, 9:14am

    Day of defeat was sooo good.

  • Ommand
    8 points Jan 13,2019, 8:51am

    That user doesn't seem to be stuck updating a game. Calling fake.

  • MashMashMaro
    2 points Jan 13,2019, 9:17am

    Natural selection was such a good game

  • Shinodacs
    2 points Jan 13,2019, 9:24am

    Oh my, i forgot how basic the ui was back then.

  • Logan_Yes
    4 points Jan 13,2019, 7:55am

    Oh my. Quite...simple, I suppose?

  • Maya291
    3 points Jan 13,2019, 8:41am

    Ricochet is best game.

  • hydrofiend
    4 points Jan 13,2019, 8:49am

    Still better than epic games app.

  • Unicorncorn21
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 9:16am

    Doesn't look much better today. Valve sucks at graphical design.

  • Bobbyeausoliel
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 9:17am

    I hated steam back then I just wanted to use quakeworld/WON but then one of the mods I loved a lot needed steam

  • kodasboy
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 9:21am

    Mmm. Crusty.

  • fuser312
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 9:26am

    Images like these prove to me that nostalgia exists, I didn't had steam at that time, so I like at this now and this k ugly but in the meantime I remember things from that era fondly for example Yahoo chats.

  • Tank_Top_Saitama
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 9:29am

    I have a low five digit steam id which im very proud of!

  • Grimnize
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 9:29am

    When did the style switch? Because I started playing on steam in 2006/2007, but I remember using the frost blue skin option as well as this one.

  • U1Z6DHTGCCRV7HY4UCQD
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 9:31am
  • damonster1994
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 9:37am

    I remember this cries

  • KaiserWolff
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 9:40am

    Beautiful

  • Coxis67
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 9:40am

    It was so freaking unstable to the point it sometimes crashed when you didn't even interacted with it. I remember I hated it, because in the age of CD-ROM games I did not want to mess with a launcher. I felt it was more convenient to install my games from CD and launch them from the shortcut on the desktop. Who would've imagined internet speeds would eventually allow for 10+ Gb game repositories...

    EDIT: This also reminded me of that amazing feeling you got when your CD-ROM drive started emitting that jet-like sound and then 20 excruciating seconds later your game launched. Good times for sure.

  • Degma
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 9:42am

    I remember every time you would start up your computer steam would open automatically, it would frustrate me to no end, I can not think of any other program that did that at the time steam was in its first year or so. Now its pretty much the norm.

  • skinlo
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 9:48am

    I remember it well.

  • ARandomOgre
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 9:49am

    I kind of miss Day of Defeat.

  • Retr0v2
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 9:56am

    Feels great to see this again. Didn’t play a lot of PC games back then but the format stuck with me ever since seeing it. Nostalgic feels rushing in.

  • leaves-throwaway123
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 9:58am

    You forgot the disconnection notices and crash reporting windows all over the place

    Steam has come a long way in the last 10-15 yrs

  • Stevensupercutie
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 10:00am

    RICOCHET TWOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

  • dynarush_3
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 8:59am

    Ah the good 'ol days

  • ggwn
    -3 points Jan 13,2019, 8:50am

    before it was taken over by the weeb shit

  • JohnnyBNL
    -13 points Jan 13,2019, 8:13am

    Ah the good old days when Valve still made games <3

  • rB0se
    0 points Jan 13,2019, 9:39am

    good old stable as fuck steam client

    Nowadays it is a complete mess, cant click on friends bcz it wont open, cant click on friends chat bcz it wont open, steam wont open at all, and dont get me started about the mobile app which is pure form metastasized cancer

    Of course those pc client issues are not 100% repro rate, but they occur pretty often

  • NoNick1337
    -7 points Jan 13,2019, 8:47am

    Good old times... and not a single anime titty puzzle game.

  • epimetheuss
    -2 points Jan 13,2019, 9:12am

    Ah the good ole days. When gaming companies treated gamers like they were fans and not walking money repositories. Before loot boxes and microtransactions were shoveled into every game possible. Before game companies started to patent technologies based around how to manipulate people into purchasing said loot boxes and microtransactions. When DLC was never something introduced at launch but came much later as an added bonus and actual extra content and not just part of the original game that was cut out and re-marketed as new content.

  • UncleBeardy518
    -2 points Jan 13,2019, 9:20am

    What it needs to look like in 2019

COMMENTS

  • rastla
    82 points Jan 13,2019, 8:34am

    Wth is Codename Gordon

  • BoomRockDopSop
    193 points Jan 13,2019, 8:18am

    Maybe it's the nostalgia in me but I miss the puke green UI sometimes.

  • aspearin
    34 points Jan 13,2019, 8:53am

    Ah memories. Been on since it was beta. Have the best ID# 69696

  • Belmonkey
    9 points Jan 13,2019, 9:14am

    A browse button in 2005? Doesn't Epic not have that in 2019?

  • redkulat
    17 points Jan 13,2019, 8:54am

    What blows my mind is there are kids who were born after Steam was released...and probably have no idea what it looked like before.

  • tsoro
    7 points Jan 13,2019, 9:08am

    NATURAL SELECTION!

  • BlackNair
    18 points Jan 13,2019, 8:33am

    wow I never saw this before, only started using Steam in like 2010.

  • zergoven
    18 points Jan 13,2019, 8:25am

    I prefer the green colour instead of Black mixed with blue.

    But let's not forget about the Mini-Mode! (A.K.A The option that can make your UI look like almost the same that is on the picture).

  • Talexis
    4 points Jan 13,2019, 9:02am

    Welp I just got hit with a nostalgia tsunami. Thanks op.

  • DongQuixote1
    4 points Jan 13,2019, 9:07am

    I wish I could find that old GIF making fun of green-steam load times. With shit like "compensating for valve's incompetence...." and "hosting insufficient servers" for loading text.

  • popgalveston
    7 points Jan 13,2019, 9:18am

    i fucking hated steam back then, I just wanted to play CS

  • URAHOOKER
    3 points Jan 13,2019, 9:14am

    Day of defeat was sooo good.

  • Ommand
    8 points Jan 13,2019, 8:51am

    That user doesn't seem to be stuck updating a game. Calling fake.

  • MashMashMaro
    2 points Jan 13,2019, 9:17am

    Natural selection was such a good game

  • Shinodacs
    2 points Jan 13,2019, 9:24am

    Oh my, i forgot how basic the ui was back then.

  • Logan_Yes
    4 points Jan 13,2019, 7:55am

    Oh my. Quite...simple, I suppose?

  • Maya291
    3 points Jan 13,2019, 8:41am

    Ricochet is best game.

  • hydrofiend
    4 points Jan 13,2019, 8:49am

    Still better than epic games app.

  • Unicorncorn21
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 9:16am

    Doesn't look much better today. Valve sucks at graphical design.

  • Bobbyeausoliel
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 9:17am

    I hated steam back then I just wanted to use quakeworld/WON but then one of the mods I loved a lot needed steam

  • kodasboy
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 9:21am

    Mmm. Crusty.

  • fuser312
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 9:26am

    Images like these prove to me that nostalgia exists, I didn't had steam at that time, so I like at this now and this k ugly but in the meantime I remember things from that era fondly for example Yahoo chats.

  • Tank_Top_Saitama
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 9:29am

    I have a low five digit steam id which im very proud of!

  • Grimnize
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 9:29am

    When did the style switch? Because I started playing on steam in 2006/2007, but I remember using the frost blue skin option as well as this one.

  • U1Z6DHTGCCRV7HY4UCQD
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 9:31am
  • damonster1994
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 9:37am

    I remember this cries

  • KaiserWolff
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 9:40am

    Beautiful

  • Coxis67
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 9:40am

    It was so freaking unstable to the point it sometimes crashed when you didn't even interacted with it. I remember I hated it, because in the age of CD-ROM games I did not want to mess with a launcher. I felt it was more convenient to install my games from CD and launch them from the shortcut on the desktop. Who would've imagined internet speeds would eventually allow for 10+ Gb game repositories...

    EDIT: This also reminded me of that amazing feeling you got when your CD-ROM drive started emitting that jet-like sound and then 20 excruciating seconds later your game launched. Good times for sure.

  • Degma
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 9:42am

    I remember every time you would start up your computer steam would open automatically, it would frustrate me to no end, I can not think of any other program that did that at the time steam was in its first year or so. Now its pretty much the norm.

  • skinlo
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 9:48am

    I remember it well.

  • ARandomOgre
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 9:49am

    I kind of miss Day of Defeat.

  • Retr0v2
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 9:56am

    Feels great to see this again. Didn’t play a lot of PC games back then but the format stuck with me ever since seeing it. Nostalgic feels rushing in.

  • leaves-throwaway123
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 9:58am

    You forgot the disconnection notices and crash reporting windows all over the place

    Steam has come a long way in the last 10-15 yrs

  • Stevensupercutie
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 10:00am

    RICOCHET TWOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

  • dynarush_3
    1 points Jan 13,2019, 8:59am

    Ah the good 'ol days

  • ggwn
    -3 points Jan 13,2019, 8:50am

    before it was taken over by the weeb shit

  • JohnnyBNL
    -13 points Jan 13,2019, 8:13am

    Ah the good old days when Valve still made games <3

  • rB0se
    0 points Jan 13,2019, 9:39am

    good old stable as fuck steam client

    Nowadays it is a complete mess, cant click on friends bcz it wont open, cant click on friends chat bcz it wont open, steam wont open at all, and dont get me started about the mobile app which is pure form metastasized cancer

    Of course those pc client issues are not 100% repro rate, but they occur pretty often

  • NoNick1337
    -7 points Jan 13,2019, 8:47am

    Good old times... and not a single anime titty puzzle game.

  • epimetheuss
    -2 points Jan 13,2019, 9:12am

    Ah the good ole days. When gaming companies treated gamers like they were fans and not walking money repositories. Before loot boxes and microtransactions were shoveled into every game possible. Before game companies started to patent technologies based around how to manipulate people into purchasing said loot boxes and microtransactions. When DLC was never something introduced at launch but came much later as an added bonus and actual extra content and not just part of the original game that was cut out and re-marketed as new content.

  • UncleBeardy518
    -2 points Jan 13,2019, 9:20am

    What it needs to look like in 2019

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Steam wants me to open Steam?

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COMMENTS

  • DrummingFish
    3 points Jan 12,2019, 12:12pm

    The log in token has gone wonky. Just refresh the page.

COMMENTS

  • DrummingFish
    3 points Jan 12,2019, 12:12pm

    The log in token has gone wonky. Just refresh the page.

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Steam now has over 30000 games

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COMMENTS

  • HackPlack
    540 points Jan 12,2019, 10:40am

    28000 are Train simulator dlc's

  • ShenjiroEU
    1527 points Jan 12,2019, 9:20am

    "Games"

  • wileybot
    86 points Jan 12,2019, 11:26am

    At this point they should build a 3d space similar to the old video rental store or maybe a book store where you can't walk the isles and look at the cover art. Flip to the back and check the details.

  • jalischrist69
    66 points Jan 12,2019, 11:35am

    That's a lot of Hentai

  • AutoSab
    212 points Jan 12,2019, 9:32am

    Not that impressive when you consider that most of them are junk.

  • tildekey_
    21 points Jan 12,2019, 12:11pm

    Most are trash so it's not really that great.

  • Surviver0
    28 points Jan 12,2019, 10:48am

    Shots fired at dead by daylight XD

  • gessyca
    32 points Jan 12,2019, 11:43am

    Rimworld is fucking quality. That game is amazing!!!

  • wicked_one_at
    30 points Jan 12,2019, 11:09am

    i vote for quality over quantity

  • xxoites
    5 points Jan 12,2019, 11:07am

    I have plans to not buy them all in case you care.

  • bigballnoodle
    5 points Jan 12,2019, 11:38am

    “Sometimes maybe good, sometimes maybe shit”

  • GAGMR7
    4 points Jan 12,2019, 12:18pm

    and 24000 were released in the past 3 years.

  • LightninStrike312
    8 points Jan 12,2019, 11:37am

    I read it as 3000 and I was confused and shocked for a moment

  • xx123manxx
    17 points Jan 12,2019, 1:06pm

    >DBD ignored

    Pathetic.jpg

  • Evalelynn
    33 points Jan 12,2019, 9:39am

    I understand Steams philosophy to not be ones to decide what people should and shouldn't be allowed to buy. And given that for a very long time (and arguably still now) Steam has been basically a monopoly, that is in many ways a good thing, as steam turning you down is basically shutting you out of an entire market.

    Some look at some high profile GOG incidents (such as them turning down Magnum Opus) as proof steam is right. And there are plenty of games I love on Steam that probably would have been turned down by gog or a similar policy.

    But there must be a compromise somehow. I'm not sure what exactly that compromise is, but if Steam intends to be around in 10 years, they need to do something

  • toxicweyer
    5 points Jan 12,2019, 12:03pm

    Steam needs to have an update where you can search games by how many user reviews a game has. It would let you look through the store better, a lot better because I personally won't touch a game that has less than 500 reviews and I'm hesitant to touch a game with 1000 or less. But that's just me personally.

  • Polengoldur
    5 points Jan 12,2019, 1:31pm

    i don't think i can call 90% of them "games"

  • SitelessVagrant
    3 points Jan 12,2019, 11:38am

    So this doesn't include early access huh?

  • ValdemarSt
    3 points Jan 12,2019, 11:47am

    And i own 30000 of them

  • f_bastiat
    3 points Jan 12,2019, 11:58am

    I bet its only played like 15 of them.

  • evilnick8
    3 points Jan 12,2019, 2:04pm

    And like 50-40% was released in the last 2 years.I am curious to see if how big of a effect this has on the sales indivduel games being released as the amount of games released increased.

  • cocogolem
    3 points Jan 12,2019, 3:28pm

    Good to know, I got 23000 more to mark as "ignored" then

  • Price-x-Field
    27 points Jan 12,2019, 8:59am

    About 25 good ones

  • creiij
    5 points Jan 12,2019, 11:52am

    I bet around 1000 of them are worth playing.

  • HelloIamOnTheNet
    6 points Jan 12,2019, 1:01pm

    how many are actually worth playing?

  • Moddr1n
    5 points Jan 12,2019, 12:42pm

    70% composed by visual novel hentai.

  • solidshakego
    5 points Jan 12,2019, 2:06pm

    And only half of that is anime hentai story games or just straight up indie scams and mobile games.

  • rcarnes911
    2 points Jan 12,2019, 11:56am

    i guess i need to up my game i only have 160 steam games

  • Potato-Socks
    2 points Jan 12,2019, 12:07pm

    I mean it's no 700,000 games

  • McGraw-Dom
    2 points Jan 12,2019, 1:02pm

    Every damn sale I am closing in on that number of which I never play.....damn you steam!!!

  • The_Crows_Reddit
    2 points Jan 12,2019, 1:40pm

    Ignoring DbD? Ok. Not for everyone.

  • redkaezar
    11 points Jan 12,2019, 9:28am

    And 29000 of those are low effort asset flips.

  • Dreamscape82
    2 points Jan 12,2019, 12:30pm

    28,000 of them are shit "games" made by aspiring developers with the palsy

  • Kiefyking
    2 points Jan 12,2019, 1:11pm

    And nothin to play

  • bassbeater
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 12:26pm

    The way I see it there's a couple categories that change this

    1. The mainstream. AAA games or modern games. Even games that were popular during xbox 360 may have gotten updated/played.
    2. Anime/hentai boob games-not much explanation needed.
    3. Retro pc titles. Looking for Kingpin? You'll find it. Doom? Commander Keen? Redneck Rampage? You'll find it. Because they're trying to suck in the gog crowd or when guys want to play Brutal Doom they'll go "don't you want the authentic experience?" And throw 3 different versions of doom available for purchase.
    4. Retro Sega/Atari games. Crazy taxi? You can grab it.
    5. Shovelware/asset recycled games

    So really they've accumulated more than just crappy games. They want to be the centrepiece of your gaming life. Guaranteed if they found a way to sell you Playstation games, they'd do it. All in the name of being the Google of gaming. And I don't blame them. They do it well.

    As for audio/video/3d model making. ...not sure where that fits.

  • BestMomo
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 12:56pm

    Huh... I'm the only one that was under the impression that steam had way more games than that?

  • thingsget
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 12:58pm

    106325 Apps in database327716 Packages. Source SteamDB

  • BadOman
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 1:13pm

    Hehehe i own about 4.5% of all steam games

  • NaethanC
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 1:24pm

    You gotta wonder how many of those are actual games and not crappy made for mobile cashgrabs

  • PrimaCora
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 1:54pm

    Only about 2% playable.

  • nbrand19
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 1:54pm

    Ummm how do you not own rimworld yet?

  • MidnightFireTV
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 2:02pm

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/erikkain/2014/04/17/nearly-37-of-all-registered-steam-games-have-never-been-played/amp/

    This article is from 2014, and I remember something a while back about steam saying they were removing a lot of bad games off their store. I’m not 100% sure, but I think the 30,000 games you see are only recommended games.

  • UrgotToBeKiddingMe
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 2:02pm

    Most of them are those shitty games that costs less than $5

  • Dalba88
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 2:03pm

    And I have only 1000 games! FFS, time to buy more games which I won't play!

  • DefaultGen
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 2:06pm

    Bummer

  • MJtheMC
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 2:20pm

    and still, nothing to play!

  • ItIsScience
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 2:25pm

    I am only commenting because I see Rimworld. Go Rimworld!

  • martinator001
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 2:33pm

    Isn't it count with dlcs soundtracks and all?

  • PolystyreneOxygen
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 2:41pm

    I wonder why.

  • JediToad
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 2:52pm

    So far I've clicked not interested/ignore on 18,682... I was hoping I was near the end... but apparently not :(

  • For-Saix
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 2:54pm

    But I still can't find anything I want to play...

  • FluffexStudio
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 3:00pm

    It seems like that steam needs more quality control for the products that'll be releasing on their site

  • DarkMountain666
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 3:24pm

    That is a milestone nonetheless. Although many games are indie games or very small games without much into it, it's still an impressive feat.

  • sev1nk
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 3:51pm

    Mostly weeb fap material.

  • MT_Flesch
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 3:51pm

    272 of which they have shared with me (for a nominal fee of course)

  • WMan37
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 3:58pm

    I wish I could isolate the "hentai puzzle" games and block them without blocking either individual tag.

    I'm no prude or anything and I'm glad there's an adult only section now since there are some legit good RPGmaker games that happen to have lewd content, but I have literally zero interest in that line of shifting block puzzle games that I keep seeing around when going through my discovery queue. Keep hitting not interested and more pop up.

  • RANI_BANI_MEN
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 4:05pm

    And I've seen people who own like 12k games.

  • SavingForLaterSorry
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 4:13pm

    Amazing. All that and there's nothing to play.

  • wasduser-
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 4:17pm

    Friday the 13h players be like

  • danielbenitop
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 4:24pm

    Rimworld is a great game

  • Jecht315
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 4:25pm

    Ignoring Dead By Daylight. I wish I could have ignored it before sinking so many hours into it.

  • GenkiElite
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 4:32pm

    Does that include add ons and expansions?

  • RandomParkourGuy
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 4:41pm

    Yo so i just bought rimworld and already have 30+ hours on it can we talk about how fricken awesome this game is like seriously

  • Fictation
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 5:44pm

    I mean, also consider games that aren't allowed to sold in your region, games that steam automatically remove from your search because of "preferences", and it doesn't take into account for all the greenlight games as well

  • Neavante
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 6:05pm

    I have 520 in my account and only played and installed 62...

    I'm a bad person ☹️

    Ps: most of the games were from giveaways and some I bought them but never played them and i complain every single day that I don't have anything to play

    Ps2: stats:

    • Games owned: 520
    • Games played: 62 (11%)
  • Kissaki0
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 6:07pm

    Well now I know I own 10% of Steams games… 🤔

    Holy shit.

    I even cut down on the number of bundles I buy. Didn’t imagine to own that high of a percentage. Especially seeing so many not owned games. But I guess it makes sense?

  • 5onic
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 6:12pm

    Has more. Alot of them are hidden.

  • Gemmellness
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 6:17pm

    Fuck I have like 1% of steams entire catalogue I guess

  • augv5tv5
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 6:28pm

    I have 500 of them lol????

  • tannerkist
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 6:32pm

    The Dead by Daylight disrespect

  • sprucecopse
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 6:36pm

    All hail Gaben!

  • Jarred623
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 6:41pm

    And yet nothing to play

  • blue_range
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 6:46pm

    Around 15,000 are weird anime games, about 10,000 bits of DLC. Steam now has over 5,000 games.

  • supersharp
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 6:48pm

    Still not even close to 700,000.

  • GavinRidley
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 6:56pm

    And I still can't find anything to play

  • gamertribalism
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 6:59pm

    https://steamdb.info/#stats Steam in numbers

    And my thoughts, marketing, Steam Wallet cards in retails.https://i.imgur.com/i4Usozs.jpg

    In typical Valve_Time™ fashion Steam Wallet Cards (2010) in denominations of $20 $50 $100 cards with marketing of game banners that are

    1. dated year wise, not very popular, not many playing them

    2 a few that are no longer sold in the Steam Store

    3 Displaying older games with publishers that moved from Steam for own launchers or other publishers for its new games, Bethesda.net Fallout 76, Electronic Arts Origin, Ubisoft to EPIC Games for The Division 2, Activision Call of Duty to Blizzard.net

    Yet "Download and play thousands of your favorite games!" if you can still find some. https://steamcharts.com/

  • patraicemery
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 7:26pm

    Use commas you neanderthal

  • Growby
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 12:43pm

    about 29000 are putrid garbage

  • OrNaM3nT
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 2:02pm

    The circlejerk in this thread is insane.Sometimes I wonder how is it possible for people to be such sheep.

    Steam has more than enough quality content on their platform.We can't even play through all the good games fast enough because new ones will get released.Basically we will all die with a backlog of amazing games.But people around here focus on the ''shovelware'' and ''asset flips'' or ''hentai games''.What is considered shovelware varies from person to person.There are tons of great indie games that are perceived as shovelware by 10 year old fortnite kids for example.I agree that asset flips are awful but who cares if someone sells an asset flip when you can just ignore it completely.And it's not like Steam has thousands of Hentai games taking the place of real games.Those are just easy to make,just ignore them.

    It's impossible to filter out such games because you can't know which ones are actually decent or which ones are malicious asset flips.

    Steam needs to work on it but ultimately if a game is not good,it won't be bought.

  • terchon
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 2:00pm

    And the colsole peasants wanna tell us we have no games on PC?

  • PhionexRising
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 5:04pm

    Half are hentai puzzle games

  • BlueDrache
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 5:26pm

    23,254 are weeb shit Hentai Animae asset flip clones.

  • vinsmoke
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 5:34pm

    Remove the creepy weeb shit and Steam will have 37 games.

  • thetaprime
    -1 points Jan 12,2019, 10:46am

    25000 are DLCs and anime trash.

  • comp_ali
    0 points Jan 12,2019, 11:12am

    Over 20000 are crap

  • WhitePeanuts
    0 points Jan 12,2019, 12:34pm

    and most of them are s*it

  • Nyuha
    -2 points Jan 12,2019, 11:26am

    So many anime shit

  • Bluhatboi
    0 points Jan 12,2019, 10:44am

    30019*

  • RedSonja_
    0 points Jan 12,2019, 11:09am

    Wonder who have most games and how many, our god Gaben not included.

  • TheSpitRoaster
    0 points Jan 12,2019, 11:58am

    And I still have nothing to play after work.

  • ElDuderino2112
    0 points Jan 12,2019, 12:25pm

    And only 25000 of them are garbage shovelware

  • dX_iwanttodie
    0 points Jan 12,2019, 1:13pm

    call it games i call most of them "asset flips"

  • SkyreachZero
    0 points Jan 12,2019, 4:33pm

    And 25000 of those are probably hentai/achievement farming games

  • T0b3
    0 points Jan 12,2019, 4:58pm

    And 90% are shitty russian game maker "games"

  • MojaveMilkman
    0 points Jan 12,2019, 5:03pm

    Nothing worth celebrating when a lot of that is shovelware now.

  • esmifra
    0 points Jan 12,2019, 5:12pm

    How many "games" are from the last 2 years?

  • WoodenHouse
    0 points Jan 12,2019, 6:09pm

    and 90% of them are dog ass and a half

  • Netstradamus
    0 points Jan 12,2019, 6:09pm

    Which is another reason the platform has gone to crap.

  • Colombianthunder
    -1 points Jan 12,2019, 11:38am

    Probably more then half are flash games.

  • JakeyJake3
    -2 points Jan 12,2019, 11:52am

    There really isn't anything to play so I don't know what you mean it's over 30k

COMMENTS

  • HackPlack
    540 points Jan 12,2019, 10:40am

    28000 are Train simulator dlc's

  • ShenjiroEU
    1527 points Jan 12,2019, 9:20am

    "Games"

  • wileybot
    86 points Jan 12,2019, 11:26am

    At this point they should build a 3d space similar to the old video rental store or maybe a book store where you can't walk the isles and look at the cover art. Flip to the back and check the details.

  • XDRosenheim
    300 points Jan 12,2019, 10:01am

    "Games" or products?

    As in, those does this include DLC, videos, demos, sodtware, etc..?

  • jalischrist69
    66 points Jan 12,2019, 11:35am

    That's a lot of Hentai

  • AutoSab
    212 points Jan 12,2019, 9:32am

    Not that impressive when you consider that most of them are junk.

  • tildekey_
    21 points Jan 12,2019, 12:11pm

    Most are trash so it's not really that great.

  • Surviver0
    28 points Jan 12,2019, 10:48am

    Shots fired at dead by daylight XD

  • gessyca
    32 points Jan 12,2019, 11:43am

    Rimworld is fucking quality. That game is amazing!!!

  • wicked_one_at
    30 points Jan 12,2019, 11:09am

    i vote for quality over quantity

  • xxoites
    5 points Jan 12,2019, 11:07am

    I have plans to not buy them all in case you care.

  • bigballnoodle
    5 points Jan 12,2019, 11:38am

    “Sometimes maybe good, sometimes maybe shit”

  • GAGMR7
    4 points Jan 12,2019, 12:18pm

    and 24000 were released in the past 3 years.

  • LightninStrike312
    8 points Jan 12,2019, 11:37am

    I read it as 3000 and I was confused and shocked for a moment

  • xx123manxx
    17 points Jan 12,2019, 1:06pm

    >DBD ignored

    Pathetic.jpg

  • Evalelynn
    33 points Jan 12,2019, 9:39am

    I understand Steams philosophy to not be ones to decide what people should and shouldn't be allowed to buy. And given that for a very long time (and arguably still now) Steam has been basically a monopoly, that is in many ways a good thing, as steam turning you down is basically shutting you out of an entire market.

    Some look at some high profile GOG incidents (such as them turning down Magnum Opus) as proof steam is right. And there are plenty of games I love on Steam that probably would have been turned down by gog or a similar policy.

    But there must be a compromise somehow. I'm not sure what exactly that compromise is, but if Steam intends to be around in 10 years, they need to do something

  • toxicweyer
    5 points Jan 12,2019, 12:03pm

    Steam needs to have an update where you can search games by how many user reviews a game has. It would let you look through the store better, a lot better because I personally won't touch a game that has less than 500 reviews and I'm hesitant to touch a game with 1000 or less. But that's just me personally.

  • Polengoldur
    5 points Jan 12,2019, 1:31pm

    i don't think i can call 90% of them "games"

  • SitelessVagrant
    3 points Jan 12,2019, 11:38am

    So this doesn't include early access huh?

  • ValdemarSt
    3 points Jan 12,2019, 11:47am

    And i own 30000 of them

  • f_bastiat
    3 points Jan 12,2019, 11:58am

    I bet its only played like 15 of them.

  • evilnick8
    3 points Jan 12,2019, 2:04pm

    And like 50-40% was released in the last 2 years.I am curious to see if how big of a effect this has on the sales indivduel games being released as the amount of games released increased.

  • cocogolem
    3 points Jan 12,2019, 3:28pm

    Good to know, I got 23000 more to mark as "ignored" then

  • Price-x-Field
    27 points Jan 12,2019, 8:59am

    About 25 good ones

  • creiij
    5 points Jan 12,2019, 11:52am

    I bet around 1000 of them are worth playing.

  • HelloIamOnTheNet
    6 points Jan 12,2019, 1:01pm

    how many are actually worth playing?

  • Moddr1n
    5 points Jan 12,2019, 12:42pm

    70% composed by visual novel hentai.

  • solidshakego
    5 points Jan 12,2019, 2:06pm

    And only half of that is anime hentai story games or just straight up indie scams and mobile games.

  • rcarnes911
    2 points Jan 12,2019, 11:56am

    i guess i need to up my game i only have 160 steam games

  • Potato-Socks
    2 points Jan 12,2019, 12:07pm

    I mean it's no 700,000 games

  • McGraw-Dom
    2 points Jan 12,2019, 1:02pm

    Every damn sale I am closing in on that number of which I never play.....damn you steam!!!

  • The_Crows_Reddit
    2 points Jan 12,2019, 1:40pm

    Ignoring DbD? Ok. Not for everyone.

  • redkaezar
    11 points Jan 12,2019, 9:28am

    And 29000 of those are low effort asset flips.

  • Dreamscape82
    2 points Jan 12,2019, 12:30pm

    28,000 of them are shit "games" made by aspiring developers with the palsy

  • Kiefyking
    2 points Jan 12,2019, 1:11pm

    And nothin to play

  • bassbeater
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 12:26pm

    The way I see it there's a couple categories that change this

    1. The mainstream. AAA games or modern games. Even games that were popular during xbox 360 may have gotten updated/played.
    2. Anime/hentai boob games-not much explanation needed.
    3. Retro pc titles. Looking for Kingpin? You'll find it. Doom? Commander Keen? Redneck Rampage? You'll find it. Because they're trying to suck in the gog crowd or when guys want to play Brutal Doom they'll go "don't you want the authentic experience?" And throw 3 different versions of doom available for purchase.
    4. Retro Sega/Atari games. Crazy taxi? You can grab it.
    5. Shovelware/asset recycled games

    So really they've accumulated more than just crappy games. They want to be the centrepiece of your gaming life. Guaranteed if they found a way to sell you Playstation games, they'd do it. All in the name of being the Google of gaming. And I don't blame them. They do it well.

    As for audio/video/3d model making. ...not sure where that fits.

  • BestMomo
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 12:56pm

    Huh... I'm the only one that was under the impression that steam had way more games than that?

  • thingsget
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 12:58pm

    106325 Apps in database327716 Packages. Source SteamDB

  • BadOman
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 1:13pm

    Hehehe i own about 4.5% of all steam games

  • NaethanC
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 1:24pm

    You gotta wonder how many of those are actual games and not crappy made for mobile cashgrabs

  • PrimaCora
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 1:54pm

    Only about 2% playable.

  • nbrand19
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 1:54pm

    Ummm how do you not own rimworld yet?

  • MidnightFireTV
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 2:02pm

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/erikkain/2014/04/17/nearly-37-of-all-registered-steam-games-have-never-been-played/amp/

    This article is from 2014, and I remember something a while back about steam saying they were removing a lot of bad games off their store. I’m not 100% sure, but I think the 30,000 games you see are only recommended games.

  • UrgotToBeKiddingMe
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 2:02pm

    Most of them are those shitty games that costs less than $5

  • Dalba88
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 2:03pm

    And I have only 1000 games! FFS, time to buy more games which I won't play!

  • DefaultGen
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 2:06pm

    Bummer

  • MJtheMC
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 2:20pm

    and still, nothing to play!

  • ItIsScience
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 2:25pm

    I am only commenting because I see Rimworld. Go Rimworld!

  • martinator001
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 2:33pm

    Isn't it count with dlcs soundtracks and all?

  • PolystyreneOxygen
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 2:41pm

    I wonder why.

  • JediToad
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 2:52pm

    So far I've clicked not interested/ignore on 18,682... I was hoping I was near the end... but apparently not :(

  • For-Saix
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 2:54pm

    But I still can't find anything I want to play...

  • FluffexStudio
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 3:00pm

    It seems like that steam needs more quality control for the products that'll be releasing on their site

  • DarkMountain666
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 3:24pm

    That is a milestone nonetheless. Although many games are indie games or very small games without much into it, it's still an impressive feat.

  • sev1nk
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 3:51pm

    Mostly weeb fap material.

  • MT_Flesch
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 3:51pm

    272 of which they have shared with me (for a nominal fee of course)

  • WMan37
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 3:58pm

    I wish I could isolate the "hentai puzzle" games and block them without blocking either individual tag.

    I'm no prude or anything and I'm glad there's an adult only section now since there are some legit good RPGmaker games that happen to have lewd content, but I have literally zero interest in that line of shifting block puzzle games that I keep seeing around when going through my discovery queue. Keep hitting not interested and more pop up.

  • RANI_BANI_MEN
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 4:05pm

    And I've seen people who own like 12k games.

  • SavingForLaterSorry
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 4:13pm

    Amazing. All that and there's nothing to play.

  • wasduser-
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 4:17pm

    Friday the 13h players be like

  • danielbenitop
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 4:24pm

    Rimworld is a great game

  • Jecht315
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 4:25pm

    Ignoring Dead By Daylight. I wish I could have ignored it before sinking so many hours into it.

  • GenkiElite
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 4:32pm

    Does that include add ons and expansions?

  • RandomParkourGuy
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 4:41pm

    Yo so i just bought rimworld and already have 30+ hours on it can we talk about how fricken awesome this game is like seriously

  • Fictation
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 5:44pm

    I mean, also consider games that aren't allowed to sold in your region, games that steam automatically remove from your search because of "preferences", and it doesn't take into account for all the greenlight games as well

  • Neavante
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 6:05pm

    I have 520 in my account and only played and installed 62...

    I'm a bad person ☹️

    Ps: most of the games were from giveaways and some I bought them but never played them and i complain every single day that I don't have anything to play

    Ps2: stats:

    • Games owned: 520
    • Games played: 62 (11%)
  • Kissaki0
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 6:07pm

    Well now I know I own 10% of Steams games… 🤔

    Holy shit.

    I even cut down on the number of bundles I buy. Didn’t imagine to own that high of a percentage. Especially seeing so many not owned games. But I guess it makes sense?

  • 5onic
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 6:12pm

    Has more. Alot of them are hidden.

  • Gemmellness
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 6:17pm

    Fuck I have like 1% of steams entire catalogue I guess

  • augv5tv5
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 6:28pm

    I have 500 of them lol????

  • tannerkist
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 6:32pm

    The Dead by Daylight disrespect

  • sprucecopse
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 6:36pm

    All hail Gaben!

  • Jarred623
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 6:41pm

    And yet nothing to play

  • blue_range
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 6:46pm

    Around 15,000 are weird anime games, about 10,000 bits of DLC. Steam now has over 5,000 games.

  • supersharp
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 6:48pm

    Still not even close to 700,000.

  • GavinRidley
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 6:56pm

    And I still can't find anything to play

  • gamertribalism
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 6:59pm

    https://steamdb.info/#stats Steam in numbers

    And my thoughts, marketing, Steam Wallet cards in retails.https://i.imgur.com/i4Usozs.jpg

    In typical Valve_Time™ fashion Steam Wallet Cards (2010) in denominations of $20 $50 $100 cards with marketing of game banners that are

    1. dated year wise, not very popular, not many playing them

    2 a few that are no longer sold in the Steam Store

    3 Displaying older games with publishers that moved from Steam for own launchers or other publishers for its new games, Bethesda.net Fallout 76, Electronic Arts Origin, Ubisoft to EPIC Games for The Division 2, Activision Call of Duty to Blizzard.net

    Yet "Download and play thousands of your favorite games!" if you can still find some. https://steamcharts.com/

  • patraicemery
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 7:26pm

    Use commas you neanderthal

  • Growby
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 12:43pm

    about 29000 are putrid garbage

  • OrNaM3nT
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 2:02pm

    The circlejerk in this thread is insane.Sometimes I wonder how is it possible for people to be such sheep.

    Steam has more than enough quality content on their platform.We can't even play through all the good games fast enough because new ones will get released.Basically we will all die with a backlog of amazing games.But people around here focus on the ''shovelware'' and ''asset flips'' or ''hentai games''.What is considered shovelware varies from person to person.There are tons of great indie games that are perceived as shovelware by 10 year old fortnite kids for example.I agree that asset flips are awful but who cares if someone sells an asset flip when you can just ignore it completely.And it's not like Steam has thousands of Hentai games taking the place of real games.Those are just easy to make,just ignore them.

    It's impossible to filter out such games because you can't know which ones are actually decent or which ones are malicious asset flips.

    Steam needs to work on it but ultimately if a game is not good,it won't be bought.

  • terchon
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 2:00pm

    And the colsole peasants wanna tell us we have no games on PC?

  • PhionexRising
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 5:04pm

    Half are hentai puzzle games

  • BlueDrache
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 5:26pm

    23,254 are weeb shit Hentai Animae asset flip clones.

  • vinsmoke
    1 points Jan 12,2019, 5:34pm

    Remove the creepy weeb shit and Steam will have 37 games.

  • thetaprime
    -1 points Jan 12,2019, 10:46am

    25000 are DLCs and anime trash.

  • comp_ali
    0 points Jan 12,2019, 11:12am

    Over 20000 are crap

  • WhitePeanuts
    0 points Jan 12,2019, 12:34pm

    and most of them are s*it

  • Nyuha
    -2 points Jan 12,2019, 11:26am

    So many anime shit

  • Bluhatboi
    0 points Jan 12,2019, 10:44am

    30019*

  • RedSonja_
    0 points Jan 12,2019, 11:09am

    Wonder who have most games and how many, our god Gaben not included.

  • TheSpitRoaster
    0 points Jan 12,2019, 11:58am

    And I still have nothing to play after work.

  • ElDuderino2112
    0 points Jan 12,2019, 12:25pm

    And only 25000 of them are garbage shovelware

  • dX_iwanttodie
    0 points Jan 12,2019, 1:13pm

    call it games i call most of them "asset flips"

  • SkyreachZero
    0 points Jan 12,2019, 4:33pm

    And 25000 of those are probably hentai/achievement farming games

  • T0b3
    0 points Jan 12,2019, 4:58pm

    And 90% are shitty russian game maker "games"

  • MojaveMilkman
    0 points Jan 12,2019, 5:03pm

    Nothing worth celebrating when a lot of that is shovelware now.

  • esmifra
    0 points Jan 12,2019, 5:12pm

    How many "games" are from the last 2 years?

  • WoodenHouse
    0 points Jan 12,2019, 6:09pm

    and 90% of them are dog ass and a half

  • Netstradamus
    0 points Jan 12,2019, 6:09pm

    Which is another reason the platform has gone to crap.

  • Colombianthunder
    -1 points Jan 12,2019, 11:38am

    Probably more then half are flash games.

  • JakeyJake3
    -2 points Jan 12,2019, 11:52am

    There really isn't anything to play so I don't know what you mean it's over 30k

● ● ●

Has this game showed up in anyone's wish list randomly?

Steam on Reddit

COMMENTS

  • DrummingFish
    9 points Jan 10,2019, 12:46pm

    You must’ve accidentally added it to your wishlist. Games can’t be added to your wishlist without action from the user.

  • Logan_Yes
    1 points Jan 10,2019, 12:12pm

    Nope, not for me atleast.

  • ARTIFICIAL_SAPIENCE
    1 points Jan 10,2019, 12:36pm

    Would be hard since I already own it.

    It's a sequel to another good adventure game, Chains of Satinav, and actually a bit better.

    Maybe you have a split personality and the other half has good taste.

COMMENTS

  • DrummingFish
    9 points Jan 10,2019, 12:46pm

    You must’ve accidentally added it to your wishlist. Games can’t be added to your wishlist without action from the user.

  • Logan_Yes
    1 points Jan 10,2019, 12:12pm

    Nope, not for me atleast.

  • ARTIFICIAL_SAPIENCE
    1 points Jan 10,2019, 12:36pm

    Would be hard since I already own it.

    It's a sequel to another good adventure game, Chains of Satinav, and actually a bit better.

    Maybe you have a split personality and the other half has good taste.

● ● ●

So, if you get new emojis, your emoji icon is gonna have like a yellow circle on it, which only goes away when you send the emojis to someone, I don't think that is a good idea

Steam on Reddit

COMMENTS

  • carfreak8184
    4 points Jan 09,2019, 4:46pm

    That's annoying

  • Kaluguin
    1 points Jan 09,2019, 5:10pm

    I use 'em in a chat with a secondary account, so I don't annoy my friends. Simple.

  • NotSoEvilDead
    1 points Jan 09,2019, 4:49pm

    the indicator disappears when you use it in chat

COMMENTS

  • carfreak8184
    4 points Jan 09,2019, 4:46pm

    That's annoying

  • Kaluguin
    1 points Jan 09,2019, 5:10pm

    I use 'em in a chat with a secondary account, so I don't annoy my friends. Simple.

  • NotSoEvilDead
    1 points Jan 09,2019, 4:49pm

    the indicator disappears when you use it in chat