Originally Posted by Evostance
Erm explain please
- Easy, convenient, auto-updates, no CD required, downloadable whenever you need to install it, and no extra crap that you will never look at after one viewing.
Game on DVD
What happens if you lose the disc? Or break it? You're basically SOL.
Just more space taken up in your house. How often do people actually handle the case after they buy the game? I never do. If I buy a disc-based game, I install the game, and put the case somewhere out of the way, and I never touch it again unless I'm moving everything.
Who ACTUALLY reads manuals to video games? Everything the manual tells you is typically learned in the first 10 min of playing.
Again, more junk, unless you actually want the thing.
Like it'll actually be worth anything anyways... Again, more useless stuff.
Making of Fallout 3
Who cares? Play the game. I know some people may think it's interesting, but I'll bet you can find that on Youtube if you really care about it.
Fallout 3 art book
Why? I mean, honestly, why? Look at it once, then done.
My main point is that Steam is just super-convenient. You never need disks, you can download it anywhere at anytime, it's auto-updated... It's just far more worth it. And do you REALLY want all of that extra crap that comes with that set? I mean, think about it, how often are you actually gonna look at those things? It's just a waste of space, imo.
Plus, it costs just as much buying it on steam than it is buying it in stores here in the US... So I guess your situation is a bit different.