If Steam can't explain, in detail, why this game has been banned, Steam needs to stop existing. Just like if Steam can't PROMISE every game you "buy" through them is a game owned and, even if Steam is bought out or goes under, you get to keep said game, Steam needs to stop existing. I don't care about this game (but… » 12/16/14 7:29am 12/16/14 7:29am

Smash is the ONLY fighting game I have even remotely enjoyed since standing in the arcade playing Street Fighter II. Still, after that crappy DC Injustice pile of crap (even for free, it wasn't worth the download) and giving up before the tutorial finished, I'm pretty sure I'm done with these mindless kind of games. » 12/04/14 6:27am 12/04/14 6:27am

Forget zombie dogs! With all the beating they do of the poor animals in this franchise, we need to see zombie horses! This still comes off as the cheapest remaster in the history of remasters. But if they changed the zombie dogs to zombie horses, to prove they know they're beating a dead one? I'd buy it. » 11/19/14 4:45am 11/19/14 4:45am

Yeah ... just like the claims made about Destiny, which could easily be played offline if you wanted to loot up, or whatever (if Bungie didn't go ahead and decide that they own the game you purchased). This supportive story mode BS is just a kinder, gentler, PR-puked, consumer tested way of saying, "Always Online". » 11/11/14 4:15am 11/11/14 4:15am

I did this, too. But I didn't like them on the PS4 controller. I *DID* like them on the PS3 controller though (which I have much more trouble properly keeping my thumbs on), so they did get some use, until one of them popped off and was swiftly swallowed by my dog. » 10/28/14 8:09pm 10/28/14 8:09pm

Another thing that worries me is what happens when these games no longer have patches made available. I'm still playing PS1 and SNES games. Do these patches basically end up making these games unplayable when the publisher stops supporting the patch and the console you initially downloaded it on dies? Since I'm… » 10/21/14 7:48pm 10/21/14 7:48pm