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N3squ1ck

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I actually didn't buy anything until now (well, in the gog sale I picked Master of Orion up, but that is not the point here)

I just really don't have any money, but I got 2,78? on my account, so if anything drops below that and is good I will get that, I suppose.

Although Kerbal Space Programm brought me close to typing in my PayPal details (and the sale is still going on, we'll see if I go through with it).


The last couple of sales I had a steady job and dropped regularly between 100 and 150?, so I got quite the backlog of unplayed games at my disposal at the moment anyways.
 

lacktheknack

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Scarim Coral said:
So does those men rowing the boat don't have a steam account or not a pc gamer or something?
First panel, you can see them stuffing wax/cotton in their ears, as happened in the original story. The guy tied to the mast wanted to hear the Sirens/see the sales but didn't want to die.

I guess they represent moving forward through time, but that's not as funny.
 

yamy

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I held out until yesterday.

Then FO:New Vegas sunk me at 75%.

Luckily it was the only game I wanted out of the sale.

(I hope).
 

T3hSource

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I'm ashamed to say that I've spent like 45? this summer on games, which is a lot more than you'd think when you're living in the poorest country in the EU.
 

A Raging Emo

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I've spent £80 so far. Out of my savings. To buy a car.

And I have no intention of slowing down.
 

Krantos

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Zachary Amaranth said:
chozo_hybrid said:
I've been quite restrained this year actually, weighing up what I will actually get around to playing etc when making my purchase decisions.
Personally, most of the stuff I would want I already own.
Kind of facing the same situation. Now that I have disposable income, I can afford to buy games at regular price. That combined with the fact that most games I want have gone on sale in the past means there aren't really that many I like that I don't already own.

Having a decent job definitely has it's perks.
 

Scars Unseen

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Mike Kayatta said:
No Man can avoid such classic humor.
Seems a bit antiquated to me.

So far, the only thing I've bought was the early access to Kinetic Void, and that was mostly so I can play around with the ship editor.
 

Jaeger_CDN

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I've been blessed by the fact that most games that I want were already bought on a previous steam sale.

Only 2 purchases (chivalry and Tomb Raider) so far and I highly doubt there are too many more that I may get other than some DLC for Sleeping Dogs which I just started. Even the DLC, I generally only get actual expansions and not horse armour.
 

Aircross

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Sing to me of the GabeN, Steam, the GabeN of twists and turns
driven time and again off Half-Life 3, once he had plundered
the hallowed depths of wallets.
 

NezumiiroKitsune

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Only going to get Dragonborn he said. Has enough games still to play already he said. "Can't afford it anyway" he said.

Past me is a fucking liar. Where are all our excuses now?! How are we going to pay those loan sharks?! Any more pearls of wisdom past me? No, thought not.
 

Rainboq

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[HEADING=1]ARE YOU READY FOR A MIRCALE?[/HEADING] [http://gaben.tv/]

My wallet is so empty...
 

V8 Ninja

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Quicksilver_Phoenix said:
Genericjim101 said:
Is that a Ken Ashcorp "Rival" reference in the tagline?
Exactly what I thought too!
Yeah, looking at that tagline several times the only thing I can think of is Ken Ashcorp.

Captcha: "face the music". Appropriate, Captcha.