Try Half Life Alyx which immediately set the bar high for what a VR game can be.
VR is a niche, not the main games market.
The rest of your vomit has nothing to do with them operating the best launcher in the industry. But sure, their Steam Deck is quite awesome. Their VR headset was great. Steam controller was viewed very positively.
My "vomit" are facts!
Steam Deck is great!
Their VR headset was great, until they lost interest and stopped caring!
Steam controller was viewed positivley until they lost interest and stopped caring!
Source Film Maker was great, until they lost interest and stopped caring!
Source Engine was great, until they lost interest and stopped caring!
I see a pattern there...
None of those have anything to do with the topic though. And it’s Kool Aid, not Cool- Aid.
The fact that third party key sellers sell games cheaper than Valve, with Valve getting NO CUT of the sale says you’re full of rich creamy shit. Developers/publishers collect an Epic check because they want to have their cake and eat it too. Collect Epic’s money, get no sales, and then release on Steam.
We will see how full of shit I am when the result of that antitrust lawsuit comes in
We do have proof of Epic having to raise the price of a game because Sony
forced them on price parity with PlayStation.
You are comparing Apples and Oranges - Playstation is a publisher, they can sell their games at whatever price they want.
Playstation the platform holder cannot demand that other publishers sell their games on competing platforms for the same price as on PSN - Valve does!
An “F” in customer service. Right. The company that initiates refunds without me having to pick up a phone gets an F according to you. The company whose refund policy Epic and Microsoft both copied gets an F.
The company that gives free cloud service and loads of free features with no subscription bullshit gets an F.
No, it isnt me who gave them an F, I never had a problem with them luckily.
But they got that F every single year from the BetterBusinessBureu & Co and already promised in 2015 they would do better.
And yet it still takes 2 weeks and public outcry for them to react to take a stolen game down - yep fantastic service right there!
Scam devs also use Steam page as "evidence" for YouTube DMCA takedown.
You sound like a failed developer who released a dud on Steam and blame Valve for everything. So much bitterness and ignorance.
Haha way to project your own insecurity on me. But no, im doing very well!
The mistake you make is, you attribute my assessment of Steam having to do with feelings.
But feelings have no place when you have to look a the economics and market realities.
You on the other hand react like someone who is emotionally invested in this Steam religion that has been attacked by an infidel like me!
So go on burn me on the stake for daring to say Jehova!