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36, haven't played 2 out of the Hitman bundle games and never played the witcher 2.

2264 hours in Dota 2. :D



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Apparently I have 77 games, but only played a handful of them. I'm pretty sure I still have some Steam codes to redeem in my email, got quite a few free crap from sites such as indiegala (although lately I wasn't able to get stuff there) and I've only really payed for some humble bundles.

Also got for free:
24 in GoG
16 in Origin
3 in UbiClub

Still need to invest on a new PC, most likely the HTPC I've been postponing for years... The problem now is that I really can't be bothered to stay stuck inside my house playing on a desktop PC after working for 8 hours in front on a PC.

okr said:

I will quickly reduce my backlog in the coming months. I recently bought an Alienware Alpha R2 (great little machine - it's as small as a Wii U) and switched from desktop/monitor to couch/TV. I don't want to sit in front of a desk anymore, but I still want to play PC games.

Talk of the devil, that device looks interesting, which model did you get? You have a steam controller too? It's things like this that I want to try but never get around doing.

And thanks for the add, just accepted, not sure when you sent the request! 



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Azuren said:
think-man said:

Did i strike a cord?  Lol

If you don't want PC gamers running into console forums and starting shit, then don't do the same to them.

Starting shit?  I merely asked a question. 



TomaTito said:
okr said:
I will quickly reduce my backlog in the coming months. I recently bought an Alienware Alpha R2 (great little machine - it's as small as a Wii U) and switched from desktop/monitor to couch/TV. I don't want to sit in front of a desk anymore, but I still want to play PC games. 

Talk of the devil, that device looks interesting, which model did you get? You have a steam controller too? It's things like this that I want to try but never get around doing.

i5-6400T / 8 GB / GTX 960. I bought an X360 controller for it, I'm not really interested in the Steam controller. 
It's actually even a bit smaller than my Wii U (and cost me more than 3 Wii U's).
Here are size comparisons with some other consoles: http://tinyurl.com/on4gfrh http://photos.macnn.com/news/1411/alpha-6.jpeg
This guy made a pretty informative video about the Alpha R2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHrJ9IA60MI



91.

Haven't bought much since they downgraded the Steam Summer/Winter sale. Lately I've just been getting Humble Bundles.



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100 some, I used to play a lot of steam.. I'd buy games then just keep on playing Dota 2 XD



okr said:
TomaTito said:

Talk of the devil, that device looks interesting, which model did you get? You have a steam controller too? It's things like this that I want to try but never get around doing.

i5-6400T / 8 GB / GTX 960. I bought an X360 controller for it, I'm not really interested in the Steam controller. 
It's actually even a bit smaller than my Wii U (and cost me more than 3 Wii U's).
Here are size comparisons with some other consoles: http://tinyurl.com/on4gfrh http://photos.macnn.com/news/1411/alpha-6.jpeg
This guy made a pretty informative video about the Alpha R2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHrJ9IA60MI

Cool. Why aren't you interested in the Steam controller? Could work like a charm on those point and click adventure games, no?

I read in one article that the noise from fans were too high, mainly needing a high TV volume to cover the sound... although the guy on your video says the noise is fine. You think the same?



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Around 80
Played maybe 50



Finishing 2017 with a nice round number of Steam games and a "Schnapszahl" (lucky number 111) as Steam level:

 

Steam Ladder and Steam Calculator show higher numbers, but they include some free-to-play games... so I'm going with the official number in the Steam Profile.



Two. So far, I've played half of them. My total playtime on Steam is about 3 hours.