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Fanatical has Quantum 9 Games + 3 DLC Bundle (PC Digital Download) on sale for $2.99. Thanks yellowfeverlime
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Bundle Includes:
  • Quantum Replica
  • Fall of Light: Darkest Edition
  • Renoir
  • Haimrik
  • The Watchmaker
  • Codex of Victory
  • Shiny
  • Gift of Parthax
  • In Fear I Trust: Episode 1-4 DLC 
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Fanatical has made available its Quantum Bundle with the following games/DLC to be redeemed on Steam:
  • Quantum Replica
    • Steam Reviews: Positive (with 25 reviews)
  • Fall of Light: Darkest Edition
    • Steam Reviews: Mixed (with 159 reviews)
  • Renoir
    • Steam Reviews: Mixed (with 43 reviews)
  • Haimrik
    • Steam Reviews: Very Positive (with 57 reviews)
  • The Watchmaker
    • Steam Reviews: Mixed (with 30 reviews)
  • Codex of Victory
    • Steam Reviews: Mostly Positive (with 190 reviews)
  • Shiny
    • Steam Reviews: Mostly Positive (with 15 reviews)
  • Gift of Parthax
    • Steam Reviews: Mixed (with 13 reviews)
  • In Fear I Trust
    • Steam Reviews: Mixed (with 25 reviews)
    • Episodes 2-4 are considered DLC
https://www.fanatical.com/en/bund...tum-bundle

Overall, a very lukewarm bundle but hey, someone's gotta post it.
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Very interesting as that was a big driving factor for me. The whole having to troubleshoot for PC. I just want to play the game and not have to think about anything. I know what you mean about consoles, they do seem to have started to jave issues like this pop up. Thanks again for your insight on this
I almost exclusively buy games compatible with GeForce now at this point. Can't really have any issues with those.
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My main reasons for PC gaming is kids. It's tough to play any console games on the TV with kids around. But I can sit in my easy chair in the evening while the kids are watching the electronic babysitter (TV), my wife thinks I'm doing work or researching stocks, and I can get in an hour of gaming.

Secondary reason though is that whether I game or not, I still would get a laptop with a graphics card every 5 years or so for work purposes and for other projects. So the only thing I need to buy extra is a controller for $25 and games. I don't have to buy a $500 console every few years and $50 for one game that only works on that console.. For $50, with bundles, I get probably 100 games that work for at least a decade, usually longer.
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I was an avid PC gamer back in the 80s to early 90s but switched exclusively to consoles because I was tired of spending as much time getting the games to run as I was playing the games and it was getting expensive upgrading processors and video cards every few years just to play the latest and greatest games. Dealing with operating systems was a hassle back in those days too because they kept getting upgraded every couple of years causing game compatibility issues. At the same time, consoles were easy to use as you just pop in your game cartridge or disk and you play with nothing to fuss about. The cost of a console was way cheaper than buying a PC and you could be sure it'll be a good number of years before the next generation of consoles come out. I also love owning my games on physical media rather than it being all-digital as PC gaming eventually became.

For almost 3 decades, I stuck by console gaming and refused to even consider moving back to PC until a chain of events brought me back. First came a good Black Friday deal for a mid-ranged gaming PC at a price I couldn't pass up. It was good to see you didn't need top-of-the-line specs like an i7 processor and a highend graphics card to run most games these days. OS issues are still there but there's usually fixes for running older games and running some of my decades-old games that used to give me big problems today puts a smile on my face. Then finding so many free games and buying really cheap game bundles with the ability to play online without having to pay an annual fee cinched my return to PC gaming.

On the console end, even though I take good care of all my consoles, I had a string of bad luck as my Gamecube went dead followed by my original Xbox a few months later followed by my Xbox One a week later. Disc-based consoles will all eventually die and with some consoles having backwards-compatibility while others don't, this really becomes an issue. Also, with the current consoles, gone for the most part was the ability to run your games without fuss. System updates every couple of weeks and not being able to have a game run from disk without a huge download or update before you can play the game annoyed me to no end especially since I don't have fast internet. The trend towards going more digital and game subscriptions as well as the prospect of seeing the next generation consoles possibly costing as much as a PC is further turning me off.

I am not giving up on console gaming yet but I may have to stay predominantly a PC gamer for a year or two because during these dark times, I barely have a gaming budget so definitely no next-gen console for now. There's just too many great game franchises for consoles that are not necessarily available for PC. I still have no love for playing games using a keyboard and mouse on PC and, yes, I understand I could use a PS4 or Xbox One controller on PC too but some of the games don't seem to play as fluidly as its console counterpart. I, personally, do not have full trust owning games digitally because being a gamer since the earliest days of video gaming and I've seen console makers and game publishers come and go so until companies can guarantee that I won't lose my games if any of them go out of business, I prefer owning my games on physical media but please have the full game there so when you shut down your servers in the future, I can still play my game off the disks without a download. For all these reasons, I will keep one foot in the console gaming camp.

As console and PC gaming becomes increasingly a copy of each other with little to distinguish one from the other, the side that makes gaming more cost-efficient for us gamers will be the side that wins in the end. We'll see what happens in the coming years.
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Very interesting as that was a big driving factor for me. The whole having to troubleshoot for PC. I just want to play the game and not have to think about anything. I know what you mean about consoles, they do seem to have started to jave issues like this pop up. Thanks again for your insight on this
People say this but I can't remember the last time I had to actually troubleshoot a game on PC. Excepting the couple times I was trying to run something like thirty years old, but even those work surprisingly often.
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Most people who say they like consoles better is because they never had a full tower jacked up beast pc. Mainly because they cant afford it or have never tried a jacked up gaming pc and dont know what pc gaming is capable of and dont know what they are missing. And there are those who can afford it but never connected with a pc gaming community and its hard to convince someone to spend 1.5 to 3 grand on a gaming pc. Before I had a gaming pc I said the same naive stuff that consoles are better. All because I didn't know any better.

There is a lot more you can do pc gaming. Also many amazing games have never been on consoles or they are ported a decade later. Console gaming has come a long way but pc gaming is a whole different world on a much higher level. Basically the only thing consoles have over pc is a much lower cost to maintain and the size and convenience to move anywhere any time.

That all said I haven't built a new full tower since my 2008 i7 920 12gb mem Rampage II extreme. Though I did upgrade psu and gpu once (580gxt and a 1200 watt Antec gold psu).

I basically just console game these days. Why? Because the in game hacks in multiplayer games were out right deplorable and made it impossible to have a decent fair game. I mainly played multiplayer war games on pc. Mfrs could one shot kill you in a tank or through 20 buildings with a damn pistol. Hell you could be at your spawn point and everyone who spawned would immediately die except for the hacker. Another one was every bullet, rocket, etc. 100% accuracy and range didn't matter even if you were out of eyesight in the game. Another walking through walls or into the ground and shoot people walking around you and the unable to get to you. Invulnerability. Jumping 100`s of meters into the air, etc. and many more.

It was that bad. There are some hacks in games on consoles at times but nothing like that shit. I basically got fed up and switched to console gaming back around 2013 and have much less of an urge to put any money into pc gaming.
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People say this but I can't remember the last time I had to actually troubleshoot a game on PC. Excepting the couple times I was trying to run something like thirty years old, but even those work surprisingly often.
I'm thankful for being able to use DosBox and scummvm to play my games from 30 years back that I still have on CD disks but after picking up so many games on digital from the Windows XP and Windows 7 days, not all of them run without some serious tinkering than simply setting the Windows compatibility setting. But things were so difficult way back in those early games of PC gaming in the 80s and 90s that getting games to work today are way easier in comparison. I also find many launchers handle getting most games to run correctly on my PC so I'm thankful for that.
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My main reasons for PC gaming is kids. It's tough to play any console games on the TV with kids around. But I can sit in my easy chair in the evening while the kids are watching the electronic babysitter (TV), my wife thinks I'm doing work or researching stocks, and I can get in an hour of gaming.

Secondary reason though is that whether I game or not, I still would get a laptop with a graphics card every 5 years or so for work purposes and for other projects. So the only thing I need to buy extra is a controller for $25 and games. I don't have to buy a $500 console every few years and $50 for one game that only works on that console.. For $50, with bundles, I get probably 100 games that work for at least a decade, usually longer.
If I had young kids (not teenagers or older), I would still rather get a console when prices hit $200 to $300 and pick up a $100 freesync monitor too so it doesn't hog up the TV instead of letting them use my laptop or desktop. I agree that the price of game bundles for PC are incredibly low but I always found the Nintendo systems from as early as the Super Nintendo all the way to the Switch today gives kids a gaming experience you won't find on PC. I find 2 or 3 quality Nintendo games get more gameplay with kids than dozens of games from PCs and other consoles made for older kids.

I've had desktop PC and laptops crash because my kid knocked it over or mistreated it while gaming so I wouldn't let them anywhere near it. That's just me because replacing a PC world be so much costlier than a console.
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Most people who say they like consoles better is because they never had a full tower jacked up beast pc. Mainly because they cant afford it or have never tried a jacked up gaming pc and dont know what pc gaming is capable of and dont know what they are missing. And there are those who can afford it but never connected with a pc gaming community and its hard to convince someone to spend 1.5 to 3 grand on a gaming pc. Before I had a gaming pc I said the same naive stuff that consoles are better. All because I didn't know any better.

There is a lot more you can do pc gaming. Also many amazing have never been on consoles or they are ported a decade later. Console gaming has come a long way but pc gaming is a whole different world on a much higher level. Basically the only thing consoles have over pc is a much lower cost to maintain and the size and convenience to move anywhere any time.

That all said I haven't built a new full tower since my 2008 i7 920 12gb mem Rampage II extreme. Though I did upgrade psu and gpu once (580gxt and a 1200 watt Antec gold psu).
I've been there with the jacked up PC in my youth and it's always a great feeling having one with top-of-the-line specs. After a few years, that PC you spent $3,000 drops to $1,500 or less as tech prices always drops and I find a brand new comparable console has come out with the graphical prowess of my $3,000 PC for only a few hundred dollars.

As much as I say I'm avoiding buying any of the next-gen consoles, I expect the specs on those new machines to match or even surpass PCs costing more. But, in a way, I'm hoping they're not overly impressive so I can hold out from buying one without feeling bad.

For me, the days of the PC costing thousands of dollars was over when raising a family took precedence over my gaming as a hobby and a mid-tier PC or a console is more than enough. But if I was young again, have no responsibilities except for myself and have a good-paying job and love gaming, I'll get that top-tier gaming PC and all the next-gen consoles in a second.
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People say this but I can't remember the last time I had to actually troubleshoot a game on PC. Excepting the couple times I was trying to run something like thirty years old, but even those work surprisingly often.
Can't deny your experiences of course, but it does still happen. Much, much less than in the old days, and on the plus side Steam refunds you if you need to.

Rarest is a game not working AT ALL on PC if you meet minimum specs... But even that occurs sometimes. I have had two in the past couple years, though I was eventually able to get them working with some tinkering. I can't even remember what games off hand now, but they were smaller ones.

More common are serious issues happening but the game works. Fallout 76 I played recently for free, had terrible mouse lag, horizontal and vertical mouse sensitivity aren't the same (ridiculous), massive frame rate issues, FOV problems and crashing. I had to do a bit of searching and eventually modify a text file with various custom settings. It wasn't a gigantic deal to me, I've done this sort of thing before, but it was annoying and wasted an hour of my time figuring it out and testing - and I never did get it perfect. It's absurd on a full price AAA game I had to do it at all.

Another example - Gears of War remastered I played recently. It doesn't like certain specific video cards and runs AWFUL on them. I have a 1070 and an i7 with 16 gigs of RAM, I had to set it to to very low and still got a frame rate often in the. 20-30 range. It also crashed occasionally. Funny thing, I played Gears 5 shortly after - runs great despite higher spec requirements, with just an occasional crash, no tweaks needed.
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Being that I have a bias for console gaming, I believe whether true or not, that if a game is made for consoles and later ported to PC, I will always buy it for consoles. Most PC ports, while they could be graphically superior, may have inferior controls. lag in gameplay or other glitches that makes them slightly inferior.

I've been gone from PC gaming for almost 30 years and missed so much. I picked up some game bundles for cheap for games that I know started out on PC and later ported to consoles but the PC version is the one to get. Collections like the Half Life games (with only Half Life 2 Episode 2 only making it on consoles in the Orange Box collection if my remember right) and the Crysis games (even if Crysis 2 and 3 were designed for consoles but the first Crysis is the real gem that I knew I have to experience for myself even if a new remaster is in the works) being 2 I picked up recently. Are there more games or collections I should be going after because they have to be experienced on PC? I'm looking for games that are top-rated and sells for cheap because they're older games as I have to cut back on games these days.
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Being that I have a bias for console gaming, I believe whether true or not, that if a game is made for consoles and later ported to PC, I will always buy it for consoles. Most PC ports, while they could be graphically superior, may have inferior controls. lag in gameplay or other glitches that makes them slightly inferior.

I've been gone from PC gaming for almost 30 years and missed so much. I picked up some game bundles for cheap for games that I know started out on PC and later ported to consoles but the PC version is the one to get. Collections like the Half Life games (with only Half Life 2 Episode 2 only making it on consoles in the Orange Box collection if my remember right) and the Crysis games (even if Crysis 2 and 3 were designed for consoles but the first Crysis is the real gem that I knew I have to experience for myself even if a new remaster is in the works) being 2 I picked up recently. Are there more games or collections I should be going after because they have to be experienced on PC? I'm looking for games that are top-rated and sells for cheap because they're older games as I have to cut back on games these days.
Ports go both ways. Consoles are already on their way of getting rid of disc drives and going completely digital. If with 2021 next gen models it will happen with the gen after. Unless I'm wrong all Crysis games were later ported to console.

Hard to give you game advice without knowing what you are into. I was really big on the entire Starcraft series (one of my all time favorites). Its a major gem imo. The Command and Conquer games is another gem though I wasn't a fan of the last few games in the series. Supreme Commander was pretty decent. All three of those games are similar in nature.

I enjoyed the Dungeon Siege games. They were gems imo. The 3rd one was ported to console. Baldurs Gate series another gem. That`s all I have without thinking to hard.
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Ports go both ways. Consoles are already on their way of getting rid of disc drives and going completely digital. If with 2021 next gen models it will happen with the gen after. Unless I'm wrong all Crysis games were later ported to console.

Hard to give you game advice without knowing what you are into. I was really big on the entire Starcraft series (one of my all time favorites). Its a major gem imo. The Command and Conquer games is another gem though I wasn't a fan of the last few games in the series. Supreme Commander was pretty decent. All three of those games are similar in nature.

I enjoyed the Dungeon Siege games. They were gems imo. The 3rd one was ported to console. Baldurs Gate series another gem. That`s all I have without thinking to hard.
Thanks. I'm seeing the trend that consoles are heading towards all-digital but I'm hoping that day doesn't come anytime soon as I'm an avid physical game collector since the days of Big Box PC games continuing all through my years of console gaming. I am so oldschool as a gamer that the day all gaming, PC and console, goes all-digital I might finally call it quits on further game collecting and just focus on playing through my backlog of games and just be happy with that.

Dungeon Siege and Command&Conquer did catch my eye as they've been on sale for cheap often but I couldn't pull the trigger quite yet especially on C&C because I wasn't sure I could get the games to run in Win10. If these games run fine for you without a lot of tinkering, I'm definitely picking them up.

I did try my hand in games like Warcraft and Starcraft with all the building and resource management and I liked playing it years ago but finding it's not as easy in my older years keeping track of everything like in my younger days.

I guess I'm looking for graphically impressive games with gameplay to match that would wow me more than anything I've played on consoles. I was watching a YouTube video on the first Crysis for PC and I was impressed with the visuals even though it's an old game and I'm not into first-person shooters but I knew I had to get it. I think it was ported to Xbox 360 and if it was, it wouldn't do the game justice compared to the PC version. Half Life 2 was one of the last PC games I played before moving to consoles and that was another groundbreaking game and seeing so much additional stuff come out since then was impressive and I knew I had to buy the collection along with Portal and Portal 2 when it was on sale as a low-priced bundle. I own the last 2 games for consoles but so many games can be purchased for PC for prices so cheap, it's unheard of on consoles.

So I guess I'm looking for collections sold as cheap bundles with one or more groundbreaking games of any genre. Baldur's Gate sounds good as I have 1 or 2 games on consoles. Do they sell all the games as a bundle?

For Xbox One and PS4, I refused to buy into Xbox Live Gold and PS Plus for the privilege of playing online so if there are PC online multi-player games I can get for cheap, that would be great too. I was so happy when Epicgames gave out Grand Theft Auto V for free last week so that that will be the first game I will try playing online. I picked up Overwatch but I've yet to try it yet as my FPS skills are not great and I'm a bit reluctant playing alongside other players after hearing how toxic online play for games like Fortnite can be. I will play it definitely before Overwatch 2 comes out and I'm hoping they never take down the servers for that game.
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I own the last 2 games for consoles but so many games can be purchased for PC for prices so cheap, it's unheard of on consoles.
Don't laugh, but... I have found a lot of *great* deals on console games at pawn shops.

Part of this is because I spent a *lot* of time in pawn shops circa 2002 through 2015, when a friend of mine owned (it seemed like) one pawn shop after another.

I have maybe 50 console games (carts too, but primarily discs) that I picked up for between $1 and $5 (occasionally $10, but honestly very rarely).

Just need to visually inspect 'em (e.g. for scratches)... I made that mistake ONCE. Picked up a copy of The Orange Box for $4 or $5, got it home, and discovered it wouldn't run on the PS3... because the disc had a radial crack in it (that I didn't see during my cursory 'once-over' glance). No returns on electronics (including gaming stuff) at that particular pawn shop, and I've been angry (also partially at myself, lol) ever since, and never returned.

But anyway, I'm a retro console gamer, so between pawn shops and occasionally CraigsList (which can sometimes be jankier/scarier, lol), I've made some pretty good scores over the years.

I have three PS2 consoles (for example), so I'm all prepared for the apocalypse. Big Grin
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Don't laugh, but... I have found a lot of *great* deals on console games at pawn shops.

Part of this is because I spent a *lot* of time in pawn shops circa 2002 through 2015, when a friend of mine owned (it seemed like) one pawn shop after another.

I have maybe 50 console games (carts too, but primarily discs) that I picked up for between $1 and $5 (occasionally $10, but honestly very rarely).

Just need to visually inspect 'em (e.g. for scratches)... I made that mistake ONCE. Picked up a copy of The Orange Box for $4 or $5, got it home, and discovered it wouldn't run on the PS3... because the disc had a radial crack in it (that I didn't see during my cursory 'once-over' glance). No returns on electronics (including gaming stuff) at that particular pawn shop, and I've been angry (also partially at myself, lol) ever since, and never returned.

But anyway, I'm a retro console gamer, so between pawn shops and occasionally CraigsList (which can sometimes be jankier/scarier, lol), I've made some pretty good scores over the years.

I have three PS2 consoles (for example), so I'm all prepared for the apocalypse. Big Grin
You certainly are lucky to have pawn shops near you that carry games. I live in a big city area where even Goodwill barely carry videogames and if they did, they'll be in very bad shape.

If I'm lucky, I might find a yard sale but even there, nothing comes cheap. As much as people hate Gamestop, every once in a long while I might find a used game with a clean-looking box and a pristine disk. I am so particular that games look new-ish that I've only picked up a handful of used console games in the last few years. I truly believe if I lived in a more suburban area, I might find more bargain used games. I buy mostly new these days and I've cut back severely in the past year in anticipation of the next-gen consoles. One lesson I learned in all my years of gaming is don't buy games unless it's at a bargain basement price or you want to play that game right now when new consoles are on its way. You'll likely find current-gen games being cleared between now and then.
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You certainly are lucky to have pawn shops near you that carry games. I live in a big city area where even Goodwill barely carry videogames and if they did, they'll be in very bad shape.
Yeah, about 250-300k, with about 500k in the metro area.

Not 'tiny', but certainly no big city. :-)

For the most part, I quit going to GameStop (we have 3-5 fairly close), because we moved into a neighborhood with a small/independent record shop (that was founded in the '70s or '80s; they literally still have 'Records & Tapes' in the name) just about 6-7 blocks down the road.

In order to remain competitive, they had to branch out into 'all media', so they also have a nice video game section, but it's not their bread and butter. As such, you can often find some pretty sweet deals... not the *best*, because all the kids who work there are gamers, so they get dibs, but after some point... they've pretty much got it all, and my son and I take their crumbs/scraps, lol. Didn't mention that earlier/above, because not everyone has that option/blessing available to them, but you may look for something like that in your area, as well. Smilie
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