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In general, i always wait for a bundle / reduction before taking a game on steam (because my backlog is really huge), but the first game i take on steam was the only one without any reduction (Ballistic NG, at 6.59 euros / 7.99 $)
Have more than 200 hours on it, keep playing it today, so i never regret this first purchase.
And you, did you have bought some games in steam for full price, and if yes, what games did you take ?
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And You, Did you ever bought a game on steam without any reduction ?
Devs promised it will never go on sale, to be fair to early buyers.
Indeed, never get bundle and no sale (in have check on steamdb), respect to them.
There also a big community in it as i see (around 128.000 positives reviews on it)
Same for me. Bought this when it was $20 in Early Access. Only game on PC I've ever bought for full price, and I think the second of only two games I've ever bought at full price in my life (the other being a day 1 release of a Nintendo Wii game). I don't regret paying full price for Factorio at all. It's a fantastic game. I've played through it several times.
not a game it is action! with ambition to be a caster. now main use is to capture online learning. :)
Talisman Digital Edition. I bought 6 copies of it for me and my friends to play.
Only a few, and most of them were Early Access like Mount & Blade: Bannerlord, Temtem and (I think) Black Mesa. I also bought a couple ESO expansions full price if that counts too.
More than 10. Well I love to support some Indie studio as well as some hype game like Hades, Fall guys, Valheim, Tribes of midgard, Subnautica, Subnautica Below Zero, Griftland, Breathedge, Cube Escape series, and any other games.
I think only:
Life is Strange
Ori and the Blind Forest
Ori and the Will of the Wisps
Final Fantasy X/X2
Chrono Trigger at launch (refunded right away)
Fallout 4 on release day, Resident Evil Remake also on release day.
I THINK I only bought the original Binding of Isaac at full price (not that it was expensive to begin with).
OMORI and Fall Guys (kinda regret this one)
Yeah but not 50 euro games, only indie games that usually are adventure games / got a low price already.
New World Deluxe Edition
State of Decay 2: Juggernaut Edition
Total War: Three Kingdoms
A Hat In Time
And some Crusader Kings 2 and Stellaris DLCs
I completely avoid it unless the game is extremely cheap to begin with, like with Toree 3D.
Toree 3D lock cool, added to my wishlist.
The entire appeal for steam was that it was supposed to be cheaper because it was digital distribution.
Sadly all the nice things have gradually gone away... fun sales events, flash sales, coupons, complete your bundles (there are less than before), etc.
Now we have publishers listing the digital release as full price, equal to console. There is little benefit anymore outside of indies.
Beyond: Two Souls and a couple DLCs for A Hat in Time
I actually pre-purchased No Man's Sky 😁👍
And now... New World.
You like to live dangerously, my friend! ^_^ :D
All jokes aside, how do you like those games now? I soooo want to get New World, but will probably wait just a tiny bit longer xD
I sure do 🤣
Have not tried No Man's Sky in a long time. Should be a whole new experience by now.
New World is ok, not much more. It's missing Soul/Depth. The whole world map is copy/pasted and rushed. You won't miss much by waiting a bit. Soo.. wise choice :)
Even when I revisit a game that hasn't changed in a long time, I feel lost. I can only imagine what NMS looks like now! I tried it when it came out. xD
Ah, I see! Thank you very much for the input and the useful information! :) Much obliged!
Only a couple, years ago:
Euro Truck Simulator 2
Paint the Town Red
orange box, I think, back when steam was still new
If I want the thing, I buy the thing.
I typically don't since I'm always working on my backlog and only buy stuff when It's 75%-ish off, but I do occasionally buy games the second they come out if I know i'm going to play it then and there. Okami for example, was my very first videogame and when it came out on Steam I was excited to replay it.
GTA V and Horizon 4
Avengers (F for me)
Football Manager Saga
and for some weird reason Goat Simulator
Yakuza 0, Kiwami, Kiwami 2
This. Yakuza 0, Kiwami and Kiwami 2 are the only 3 game i ever brought at full price.
I bought Blackwell Epiphany and Unavowed as soon as they came out. I think I even preordered Blackwell. But Wadget Eye Studio is the only game dev studio I totally believe, that they will deliver the quality every time.
Normally I'm waiting for sale, or at least for 1-2 patches to fix early problems. My husband on the other way is buying everything he wants immidiately, and he is buying me games as gifts, thats my current way to play new games...