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Old Jun 19, 2019, 01:30 PM   #533
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Originally Posted by Nunz View Post
Yeah, that's all you want right? BS. You constantly go at Steam for the "discovery" section not giving you good suggestions, a feature that works just fine for most users. Damn bro, you come up with a new excuse for the Epic store sucking every post. I don't understand why you guys think going after Steam's short-comings (and there are plenty) somehow makes up for Epic not having features that have existed for years. Beyond that, I really don't know when this Steam-hate-bandwagon thing started. It makes zero sense. It was/is a pioneer of the digital store platform and does so many things right. New stores like the one Epic released come out with features that the Steam store has had for years, but somehow Valve/steam is painted as the bad guy.

Makes absolutely zero sense.
Finding a game is a part of the buying process.

It isn't steam hate, but more of feeling that Steam has become useless and too restrictive over the years and the only reason to use it is for the games that are only available on Steam.
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