Topic: Mouse and Keyboard

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@Dichotomy continual updates and online nature of it. I regularly turn my laptop to completely offline as its easier to work. As I use it online infrequently, the last thing i want is a bunch of updates when i decide to look for a loop online.

Sometimes I make music whilst online searching and If im using Reason and im running a cpu heavy automation within the sequence, steam can crash my computer losing all of the progress.

Basically my laptop is used primarily as a production tool. Gog is great as you just download the game, steam operates as an annoying girlfriend constant vying for your attention.

The very last Pushsquare Forums Multiplat Awards is in play NOW

Head to the forums and get involved. We may bark but we dont bite (as you are far away)

PSN: mc_noisy


@themcnoisy I know Gog has Caesar III available as well as the other games in the city builders series, Zeus, Pharaoh and Emporer. Sometimes they sell it as a package where you can get all of them for like $20.

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@themcnoisy Fair enough, I'd still rather go back to the PC having actual physical copies you can pass on once you've finished with them. It's a bit funny looking back at the outrage over Half Life 2 being linked to an account given all the junk we have to put up with in games these days, but it is still a bit scary that a company (be it Steam, Sony, Microsoft or whoever) could pull the plug on your account without giving reason and cost you many years worth of games.



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