"In the last year I have really boosted my collection of games on Steam, due to some attractive sales and bundles. After reading the Forbes article I'm wondering what would be left in my library, if left untouched, in 10 years time. Would it contain just the DRM free Humble Bundle type games I have?"
This is a good question... Always online DRM isn't exactly the most common thing these days, but it does make you wonder. I have several games in my library which aren't sold on Steam anymore (Indigo Prophecy, Dawn of Discovery, etc), and I would be pretty frustrated if a game I bought and never got around to playing (probably 150 or more at this point) suddenly disappeared.
Last edited by digaphobia; 12-31-2013 at 07:28 PM..
So why buy it from gamefly to activate on steam, if it is removed from steam. Furthermore, clarkkent06's recommended link of which the article states, steam leases rights to us, consumers. I wouldn't be suprised if you bought it only to activate then got the game removed later on .. Food for thought eh ?
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