I have come to the realization that I will never have enough time to play all the games that I actually own to their glorious wonders that the developers of each game have intended. Like many others, I horde games. Mostly when steam sales come along and I get excited like a little school girl.
When Steam first came along in 2003, I was one of the first early adopters; mostly because at the time I was offered the free expansion to Half Life that Valve was basically giving away if you register for a Steam account. I followed suit and grabbed my group of grade school nerd friends to join in on the action as Half Life, Counter Strike, Quake, Tribes II, Diablo II and Starcraft still ruled our lives at that point. We always had LAN parties, practically every month like a camping trip. Since most of my friends demographics were from the middle class, we all had parents with large houses and enough room to put a few tables and have 8 friends play some games.
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