oh yeah, i remember something about it being cheaper if you had the original.
By points do you mean boost, nitro, tokens? I understand nothing.
Did you do anything to receive this discount?
Oh well, it's not the end of the world I guess. I already had GTAV and MGSV on PS4 and PUBG on XB1 but fuck paying for online, so I guess I just got them on Steam so I don't have to worry about that. Crysis 2 I also had on PS3 but I assume the PC version is much better. Garry's Mod was a "well I guess everyone else has it so I might as well get it too" game. Siege is a popular online game so I thought it'd be nice to try it out and while I tend to not like paying for Early Access Black Mesa is slated to have a full release soon so I finally decided to jump on it.If Rockstar games aren't available in your region, you could still redeem keys to get the games
Take note of DRM before buying.
Complete edition is $10ish on wingamestore
Oddly, Candice nearly made my GOTY 2017 (click the link to see why).
Do you mean dumb as in "why the hell would anyone ever play this" or dumb as in "oh actually this seems weird but kind of neat"?
Really? Seen Jim Sterling play it a while back.Oddly, Candice nearly made my GOTY 2017 (click the link to see why).
Wound up going with UnExplored at #1 but I still wonder to this day if I made the right choice.
Ace Combat 7. Clearing stages unlocks that stage to be played with no enemy fighters just to chillax and fly around in them. It has a solid single player campaign mode with a wonderful soundtrack.
That's more complicated than it should be lolOk quick walkthrough of the game from my "oh shit they really such at explaining themselves" expertice in working with another company whose name is not Valve but nearly:
The red number is your maximum allowed boost per day. It recharges daily. It is your "Boost capacity"(THE RED NUMBER). The big white number can never go above it, so you will waste any points that will go above it if you convert achivements.
You increase your "Boost capacity"(THE RED NUMBER) by:
- Buying games during the sale( +121 points per each 1€ spend / +100 points per each 1$ spend)
- Each day (+100)
- You start with more depending on your account value. Edit: Account value refers to how much you spent on Steam.
The while big number is your FUEL(THE WHITE NUMBER). You recharge it doing the quests in the web, aka playing games. If you have done achivements, you can also convert them into fuel. It cannot go above the "Boost capacity"(THE RED NUMBER) of the moment. If it is above the "Boost capacity"(THE RED NUMBER), you will have no issue until the "Boost capacity"(THE RED NUMBER) goes to 0. Afterwards, you can continue using boost to burn FUEL (THE WHITE NUMBER), but you wont get tokens.
When you boost, you waste up to 1000 fuel. The wasted fuel is also taken out of your "Boost capacity", so you will end up reaching this state:
THE AMOUNT OF FUEL YOU WASTED WILL TRANSFORM INTO TOKENS, WHICH YOU CAN USE TO GET THE 5$ DISCOUNT, EMOJIS OR BACKGROUNDS.
The nitro speedometer is the multiplier you add when you boost. It depends on the location of your boost in the speedometer:
Hope this helps? This is all working on intuition and reverse engineering, which is kinda my job so I hope it is true
Edit: Yes, you can transform achivements from recent played games into fuel. The current thought is that you need to have played it for at least 30 minutes recently for them to be accepted by Steam.