how far can you get /v/? if you find yourself looping drop to another person on your list
I had no idea steam levels go that high.
I wonder if those people even enjoy games, or if they just buy to idle and trade cards
The fuck? Who is this guy?
I wonder how much fucking time you have to invest into stupid steam shit to get your level that high.
From his profile:
>Japanese, Male, Common ppl, No skill, 34 yo Tokyo, Japan
>(links and credits to the Yellow Submarine by the Beatles)
>I cannot understand English very well, but it's not a big deal to me.
>Just a gaming dude. It's me.
7 clicks, but I had to go around a dude with a private profile.
>tfw I'm level 6 and don't give a shit
yeah, i don't get it
i can understand that some badges are cool to have, im level 18 because f that and im probably going to be like level 27 when i get my level 5 and foil nuclear throne badges
but i've seen some people that just buys shitty games because they have cards, ionly get badges for games that i really like and complete
5. It escalated really quickly. 62 to 200 real quick. Does this guy own every fucking game?
This is me for reference. I have no idea how the "average price per hour" is computed though. Seems way too high for me.
Dick-Ass Thief > Knopfdruckoffizier > Palm Desert
What the fuck am I looking at?
If someone reached level 1000 before him, would he kill himself?
What reason a man could have to waste such amount of money of a virtual number other than give some meaning to a otherwise meaningless life?
>five thousand dollars wasted on video games you likely didn't even really play or enjoy
>not a lot
Tomorrow this will be the most visited thread on reddit
The day after there will be a image of this on 9gag
Day after that /v/ will claim how they hate this game and what a stupid fucking thing it is
Perhaps I'm looking at the wrong page.
He's got good taste in video games at least.
but shit taste in music