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  • RedHarlow - August 1, 2012 9:13 a.m.

    Suckaaaaas
  • Crypto140 - August 1, 2012 9:29 a.m.

    Most people think that we get games like Left 4 Dead on conoles because we want to. Yes there are some people who would rather get the games on the consoles than the PC, but not everyone can go out and get a $1000+ gaming PC every 5 or 6 years(or a $700 PC that you have to replace or upgrade much sooner becasue of outdated hardware). If I had a PC that could run L4D I would have gotten it for the PC, but that't not the case. I had not choice but to get it for the consoles, and that's the story for a lot of people too.
  • gazzc - August 1, 2012 1:48 p.m.

    Ah that old argument, when you can now get yourself a pretty decent gaming pc for not even half of what you think and most likely less that what your going to have to pay for the next xbox. Sure it is going to cost you a stupid ammount if you want to always have the very latest tech but there is just no need to do that. Not only is it a lot cheaper than you think, but you also get yourself a computer out of it that can be used for a whole lot more. Oh and there's the small fact that you can get top quality games for cheap as hell, even without the steam sale (where you can get games not even a year old for under £3) new releases are generally £25 - £30 compared to £50 - £60 on console. You probably make your money back after your first 10 games purchases.
  • KnowYourPokemon - August 1, 2012 2:01 p.m.

    Agreed. Every time Steam has a sale I write down what I buy for what cost and what it would have cost me if I had bought the game at that moment on a console. I've saved enough money on games I would have bought anyways to build another gaming PC -if i wanted to be wasteful- and still have money left over.

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