Posted June 25, 2016
Hmm, hard to argue with that considering I bought about $40 or so worth of games from GOG during the sale via credit card including suffering an anti-fraud purchase block, and I have $72 or so in my Steam wallet and haven't spent a cent there in this sale yet. :) I did grab the trading cards though as you can sell them quick and easy to turn a small bit of cash, but that's more a hassle I suppose than something really free and worthwhile (not to mention the mobile authenticator bullshit).
summitus: Its true you have to browse through tons of crap to find any good stuff you might be interested in, but one of the main reasons is that there is just no incentive to spend my money , GOG had a great get XP and get some really good free games thing going on and steam has nothing but stupid worthless trading cards. My thoughts anyway , I understand that probably a lot of peeps wouldn't agree with me but GOG's sale was superior in every way ! :)
There are games on Steam I want, but none of them are really at a price that make me want to click the mouse 2-3 times to pick them up. Apparently they haven't caught on to the fact that I only pay $3 or less for AAA games yet. Silly Gabe!