The sale is over. You've probably spent a bit of your hard-earned money on games.
Think about the size of your backlog and give me one good reason why you shouldn't return those games right now.
They will always be on sale later for less.
>receive gift card from sister for christmas
>none of my money is spent
>receive games for money I couldn't spend anywhere else
I even tried looking up gift card exchange things, and pretty much none of them take Steambux.
This is the first sale in a long time where I didn't buy anything. I looked at my backlog and said "no more".
Then I got gifted 2 gigantic 50+ hour RPGs by my friends.
Backlogs are forever.
>tfw used to think backlog is fucking dumb and niggas should just finish their games before they buy new ones
>tfw nowadays I'm starting to get some enjoyment out of just simply buying seemingly fun games on sale
>tfw my backlog is getting pretty huge and I still want to buy new games
I should have stayed a console gamer. Steam is ruining my life.
>be a buyfag for most of my life
>generally buy a handful of games per year and play all of them
>friend gives me an invite to a private vidya tracker
>suddenly acquiring dozens of games a year and still buying the same amount
>have enough vidya stored on my HDDs to last me years
>keep downloading new stuff despite not even having installed some of my games
>end up dropping most games within 3 hours because I have too many others to play
The worst part is that I can't go back now. Now that I know how/where to get vidya for free I can't go back to pure buyfagging without feeling like I'm missing out.
I bought enough games to last me the year, so I don't exactly regret it since I didn't spend that much.
Also I'm not dumb enough to have a backlog
I bought Strike Vector because the gameplay looked good.
There is absolutely NO ONE currently playing the game. It's depressing.
Dead multiplayer. Why aren't there people, familia.