Question: Are games from Steam full-unpacked or are they ripped in some way because of size?You're gonna have to define "full-unpacked" for me. Being on steam doesn't make a difference. Why would people pay for games lacking content?
I'll have to wait /take a gamble/ to buy it instead when the DVD-COPY comes out.I'm sorry, but you did this to yourself. There is no gamble buying games on steam. If you forget your account information you lose access to your account. Simple as that. Can't find your install disc? No game for you. Can't remember your steam credentials? No game for you.
It's like forgetting your pin number and not being able to use your bank card. Any account containing your money or digital representations of your money should be treated as extremely important. Failure to do so...well, you're on that road now.
EDIT: Also im pretty sure hitman absolution has steamworks, meaning it requires steam on PC regardless of how it is purchased.
I was just assuming, since games nowadays are around 15-25GB and that would take a while to download even with +A server.
Assumption torturelabs, is assuming~
People told me how great it was and such/
I registered and bought some games just to test it out, but didn't really like it.
Rather not do things digitally, but that's just me.
Only game I would register again for is Hitman:A-, highly doubt it though.
Interesting, I don't think I'll be disappointed if I bought it anyways, I liked every other Hitman game.
It's like forgetting your pin number and not being able to use your bank card.
Obviously I'm going to remember info I actually care about or actually need to survive.
I'm just disappointed they didn't have a verification process that actually works.
Every other company has some kind of recovery process set in place, I was just confused when it locked me out since it was the first to do so haha