>decade old games
Not even funny anymore.
wow autistron you sure convinced me with those memeing opinions
>$199 worth of awesome games
Let's looks at the games on steam shall we?
>Ranbow 6 (N/A)
>Rainbow Six 3 Gold (9.99)
>Vegas (Vegas 2 is $19.99)
>Chaos Theory (19.99)
>Ghost Recon (9.99)
$39.96 of games and Rainbow 6, which is apparently worth $159.04
>"What the fuck is OP bit-"
>Redeem on Uplay
I was gonna buy it too.
>but are you seriously gonna complain that the games are old when it's those games and it's a fucking buck?
Yup. When a game is that old I'm not paying a cent for it. Going to charge me to read Shakespeare and listen to Tchaikovsky?
when MGSV is 10 years old are you going to pay a cent for--- oh wait, YOU HAVE TO! HAHAHAH!
DENUVO IS UNCRACKABLE AND THERE WILL NEVER, EVER, BE A STABLE CRACK FOR MGSV!
Just like the jews at Konami planned
>oh fuck yeah I'm gonna pick up some copies for friends
Blow me Ubisoft, you goddamn queers
Whoever made this shit deserves a slow death
Seriously in the age of steam, xbox live, playstation plus and nintendo network why do other vidya companies keep trying to push for more 3rd party DRM accounts?
Just let me play the game I bought from you in peace on steam or something jesus.
>just bought it without realizing uplay only
Welp, at least I only payed a dollar for it.
>Seriously in the age of steam, xbox live, playstation plus and nintendo network why do other vidya companies keep trying to push for more 3rd party DRM accounts?
So they could sell you games without giving steam or GOG their 30%.
guys, guys, why aren't you talking about The Division Beta.
that's pretty much the most important thing on this bundle. if you wanted these games you would have just pirated them long ago.
Because losing sales from steam completely is not a viable option when steam is such a big marketplace. They still would rather try and integrate you into using uplay more actively.
Actually, thinking about it, I reckon it's a good hook to get people using uPlay.
>get Steam code with GPU for Far Cry 4
>fuck it, 3 was okay
>YOU NEED UPLAY FOR THIS
>why do other vidya companies keep trying to push for more 3rd party DRM accounts?
Because that's where the money is now, not in selling physical games at retail. Digital distribution is a lot cheaper for them while doing the customer no favors whatsoever beyond convenience, and locking down a platform/games with proprietary, mandatory DRM lets you completely control how people buy and play your games. Publishers/Console makers/etc. are slowly trying to monetize more and more and wrest the control consumers have over their games out of our hands. A Netflix-like streaming service is likely where most publishers want to end up, a situation in which they have all the control and the end-user has none.
I didn't pay much attention. It was a free game, I redeemed the code, clicked install.
It's an effective strategy. Too bad the game kind of sucks, like most of their games nowadays.
Yes, that's right, uPlay sucks, Steam is totally infallible, and your private details are secure.