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Thank you so much :D !

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Thanks!

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Thanks!

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Doesn't look like a steam key. You have to link your account.
https://gg.deals/freebie/get-a-free-steam-copy-of-armor-of-heroes/

I hate linking accounts and it seems the game's been given away before. It looks very....average.

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if you have to link the steam account but it is safe in my opinion previously they gave away endless space and the two were claimed without difficulties

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I'll pass the game doesn't look very interesting. Thx for posting tho!

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If the game is not as interesting as the previous one, even if it will serve to amuse someone, thanks for commenting :)

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I'm interested and amused for your info. Thanks matey!

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Good catch 👍
Once activated, it has no store page, but SteamDB says it's "Free on Demand" there.
It looks like it can be activated by anyone from here (but I'm not used to that).
If this holds true, then account linking from COH isn't used to obtain the licence, but only to automate the activation of a free game.

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Thanks a lot for the info, this is much easier than having to create an account on their website ^^

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When using the COH website, you get a regular license (billing type: CD key). This adds 1 to the game count on the Steam profile for those who care.

When using the SteamDB install button, you get the removable Free on Demand license (no +1).

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Ok, I see the difference now ! Thanks for the info ! Now I own an un-removable +1 for a free game 🤣 (except asking support)
The tricky part is without a store page (and without tools like SteamDB or ASF), how is one supposed to freely grab that free-on-demand license ? I mean, there's no way to actually "demand" it, isn't it ?

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javascript:addfreelicense(xxxxxx)
where xxxxxx is the free on demand package ID that can be found through steamdb.info
so yeah, still not a thing without at least referencing steamdb

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There was a SEGA event in October 2020 during which the store page was there.
https://www.steamgifts.com/discussion/Tthyq/free-nights-into-dreams-freebies-over

And another opportunity a month later:
https://twitter.com/sega_europe/status/1329107104276172800

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So THAT'S why this was so familiar! This was that time they were demoing a bunch of the demos/scrapped projects. I actually liked Streets of Kamurocho. I'd have already owned Armor of Heroes along with it, so I'm good.

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Everything is removable on Steam, you don't need ask the support - it's just a matter of seconds and a few clicks.

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No it isn't. Especially once you've already played the games.

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Don't you think of the refunds?
I removed 100+ games from my account, the last one maybe two weeks ago. I'm fairly sure that one can do that to games you played lol
It is this easy

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Refunding is not always an option when certain conditions are met, making an attempt at removal idiotic. Especially games you've played. Especially games you've 100%ed.

That method you're linking to is a way that you manually request a removal, since your actual license list will display a chunk of games that do not qualify for removal automatically, but others will have that option. That is how I know which ones do or do not qualify. I don't give a flip how many games you've thrown away, as you're not impressing me with this at all, especially here.

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I asked if you confuse removal and refund, because you keep arguing about a phenomena that I've never seen, and telling me that an instant removal of a license is "manual request" for some weird

Also why on earth would I want to impress you? I did the removal hundreds of times, it worked instantly, it never had a problem, and as a consequence I'm curious what kind of games are "not qualified for removal". But you focus on getting pissy instead.

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The way you said it was not a question of accusing me of confusing it with refunds. I am talking about removals only. There are plenty of licenses that don't give you the removal option on the license page, which is the first clue you should be looking into. I'm pissy because you're questioning what I can obviously see.

There's a manual way of requesting a removal, and that's the one you showed me, so thanks for telling me what I don't already know. Conventionally you would go to your license list and hit the "remove" button on the license page. There is no "refund" wording anywhere, so why the hell would I be confused?

I really don't care if you've done the removal hundreds of times, and your implication of such makes me think you're taking advantage of this site.

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The way you said it was not a question of accusing me of confusing it with refunds.

I literally just asked, there was no "accusing"

There are plenty of licenses that don't give you the removal option on the license page,

I never talked about the licenses page, because it only allows free / on demand packages to be removed from there. I linked the page that shows step by step how can you remove any games or DLC from your library - to support my claim of "it's just a matter of seconds and a few clicks." that you disagreed with the trump argument of "No it isn't", thenbrought in game time that has nothing to do with removal of games license, but it does with refunds. Hence I asked if you're talking about refunds, because that is what can be refused on a case by case basis, and made impossible by having too much game time.

Conventionally you would go to your license list and hit the "remove" button on the license page.

But you can only do that with some games, and not with the ones you paid money for / activated with a key. This is the reason I linked the removal method that I already mentioned, that you still keep denying that works, just because it's not placed on the licenses page for your convenience. But it works. All the time. And it's just the matter of seconds and a few clicks :)

There is no "refund" wording anywhere, so why the hell would I be confused?

There was nowhere a mention of using licenses page for the removal, or is removal linked to gameplay time, yet you brought up both and then attack me like I'm the crazy one.

I really don't care if you've done the removal hundreds of times, and your implication of such makes me think you're taking advantage of this site.

How exactly am I taking advantage of the site by removing the shovelware that I activated back in the day for cards, that I got from free promotions or bought from bundles? Every won game is activated on my account. I actively play my wins and make giveaways.
You haven't played a game you won, your last giveaways were 2 years ago, and you keep entering and winning games. It's not even a problem that you use the site this way, but please, don't project your insecurities on others.

Have a better day.

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Bru, you're the one attacking ME!

You linked to a page that exaplained about something that's actually not the conventional way of removing games, to make a claim it's simple It's not. That section of Steam is for making requests of removals. There's no "trump argument". It's literally how it works on Steam. That is what I'm explaining to you.

"thenbrought in game time that has nothing to do with removal of games license, but it does with refunds."

"But you can only do that with some games, and not with the ones you paid money for / activated with a key."

Bruh, that was literally my point. You just happened to find a page that looks like it was easy, and actually misunderstanding about it's existence. It's not. The license page is virtually 1-click which is easier than that. But there is a catch, per Valve's policies. That page lets you know which ones you can safely remove. What you found is the nuclear option, an alternative for when you're going beyond Valve's policy, not a default method to remove games. This is not a page to take lightly.

"There was nowhere a mention of using licenses page for the removal, or is removal linked to gameplay time, yet you brought up both and then attack me like I'm the crazy one."

I explained to you the license page is the page that can get you to remove a license. You do it with 1 click. A license is what you actually get for having the authority to download games that you own. The license is how you use the games, and removing the license is how you lose the games. It's not stated on where you were looking simply because that's an unspoken part of the business of what you're using that page for and how Steam works.

The trouble is that only some licenses do not qualify for removals, which was a large part of what complicates your attempt to remove the games. I brought it up because it has to do with Valve's policy and the way things work. In the way you said it, you weren't "just asking" in thinking I was confusing it with refunds since you brought it up. You were questioning me if I was confusing this for that. Whilst it goes hand in hand, no. It's not what I was talking about. I was directly addressing your claim to removing the games, which you do by removing your licenses. That page does not mention "refunds" either, so whatever you're trying to imply would not even register here.

"How exactly am I taking advantage of the site by removing the shovelware that I activated back in the day for cards, that I got from free promotions or bought from bundles?"

The fact that this is a site where people participate in giveaways or start giveaways whether this includes shovelware or not would risk the potential of someone like yourself following the example of the practice of disposing such games won from here, when someone else could have won and kept it and therefore were disadvantaged by this practice. Such implication of you doing such a thing in practice makes you highly suspect yourself.

Plus, you're potentially throwing away a +1 to your profile for each of those games, disadvantaging yourself. That's foolish. The shovelware isn't something that's forced upon you. You got it, it's yours. Throwing it away while someone else might have been interested is just wasteful and irresponsible.

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I don't see where on Steam ?! 🙈
That's not on the licenses page, like pizzahut said it's shown as a regular license got from a retailler, and there's no delete link.

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Funny enough, that's exactly what I meant by "asking support" 😯
Even if there's no real human interaction involved, those help/support pages are built like any chatbot, and those help/support pages are hosted on help.steampowered.com, not on store.steampowered.com (with different login with browser).
Maybe I should have tried to be crystal clear and said "where on the store" instead of "where on Steam", but then it would have confused my own self because my account pages are not part of the store in my mind ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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Ah, alright. Thought you actually tried to email Mr Bubbles, head of user support

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Thank you for info

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It says added to library but not showing. Anyone with same problem?

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Try restart Steam

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Thanks!

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I just had a thought and it paid off.

You can also get the other 2 games they gave out in the past:

https://steamdb.info/app/1368450/

https://steamdb.info/app/1368430/

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Oh yes, forgot that one.

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Seems noone gave a shit when it first was posted. Maybe because of wrong category but wanted to give cred to first poster again: https://www.steamgifts.com/discussion/PC0a3/free-stem-armor-of-heroes

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Many people just browse "deals", it even has its own button at the top, presumably for that reason.

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Thanks!

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Thanks. Always love to get free games. :) And I trust Sega with my account info.

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thanks for info!

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Great find!

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Cheers!

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