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Friday, January 13, 2012
WORTHLESS! Steam and Dungeons and Dragons: Daggerdale
I did not notice that the really cheap ass game Daggerdale was a Steam Powered Product. What is Steam? Only the crappiest of all security online delivery systems of PC Games in the history of gaming.
I once had a working copy of Half-Life2 and went to install it on a new computer and forgot which email I used for the account. Banned forever. No support or help of any kind. I tried to get help with hundred of emails but to no avail.
SO I go and buy Daggerdale and don't notice the Steam bullshit logo on the game. I decide to give Steam a try again.
Poor stupid me.
Even with high speed internet it takes almost 3 days to download something. What the fuck did I buy the disk for? My ass hurting after all that downloading of something I finally get to play Daggerdale. Not too bad.
I really don't like Steam coming on hogging resources if I don't need it so I take it off my start menu. Maybe that was my sin. SO I play the game a total of 35 minutes.
Tonight I try and start it up and it crashes. It's downloaded a total of 2779 MB so the mother fucker should have all the resources to run but no! It crashes. It crashes again and again. WOW I am so impressed. Yet another STEAMy piece of shit.
Do yourself a favor. Don't buy Dungeons and Dragons Daggerdale.
Don't EVER use a Steampowered product. STEAM sucks. STEAM does not care or answer their customers concerns. When I called the Valve studios and explained that no one from STEAM will help me they hung up on me.
Instead of throwing the STEAMpowerd product away like I should have I gave them another chance and they once again failed.