Originally Posted by Xeio
This makes even less sense. Companies can't offer new digital delivery systems? Even though there's already a bunch of them out there?
Quit throwing a bunch of mundane questions at me. Do yourself a favor and try to answer your own questions before you ask them. I hate this internet fad of throwing out endless waves of mindless questions that are easily answered by those who asked them. I hate this ADD generation. When you debate your job isn't to overwhelm the other side with mindless questions, it's to find the questions that have no logical answer. Why do YOU think that people would be resistant to a new service in an already saturated market?
Why do YOU think that, with EA's track record of 'losing' customer's games through their DD service, their TOS that declare they can delete the game from their servers after a year and their recent removal of games from their DD that are as little as 1.5 yrs old, that people would be resistant to EA's DD?
Originally Posted by Captain1337
I have tried Origin, damn, Origin is awesome, it does not bog down your system as much and runs smoothly, on the other hand, when i launch a valve game from steam and connect to a server it tells me that steam connection has failed, f steam, besides, I just got an email saying that Origin has select games at $4.99, most games they have and thats pretty cool.
LoL Steam doesn't bog anything down, this isn't 2005.
Steam can operate offline.
Your steam connection has nothing to do with a game you launched unless that game is using Steamworks ( aka, valve games )Edited by FuNkDrSpOt - 8/6/11 at 1:05pm