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*looks at empty library exept for a few dust covered games* SURE!
Even if your library isn't that wide, you can still install free MMORPG's like Guild Wars 2 and play with us. You can add it to your library as a non-Steam game and you'll still get the Steam overlay.I, personally, don't have many actually good games. My profile might lie saying I have 55 games, but the only actually good games worth playing might be 10 or so and my laptop's grown old with time so I can no longer run many of the games I used to (like Skyrim and Insurgency). Even formatting my laptop to factory settings won't help with that.
on the topic with steam uhmm do i need to pay to have a steam account or when im playing games on it? im considering getting steam
To actually do anything community wise on Steam, you have to buy at least a $5 product on the Steam store.
I'm not sure if it has to be $5, but you need to buy something in your account to have social benefits. Other than that, all you can do is add friends and talk with them on individual chats.
As for a Steam account itself, here's sort of my take on it. For those of you who use or used to use Facebook, it's sorta a gamer version of that. In other words, it's a social media program created to work alongside games. People don't typically actually post that much, it's more of good way to chat with your friends, either in groups or one on one. Not to mention the Steam library itself is enormous, and the sales they have can get completely ridiculous. I bought Skyrim for 7 bucks, Borderlands 2 for around 6. So if you're a PC gamer at all, I highly recommend getting a Steam.
Shyruni's right. Steam is worth, even if you don't have games yet. They make SICK sales. With $10, I bought about 5 games... The cheapest one was probably worth $15. With the collectible cards Steam gives you from games, you can make even more money if you have a lot and sell them for more money to your account. I sold so many cards I managed to go from $0,02 to $5,30 or something like that. I bought Skyrim with those $5.
All I chant on Steam in my head now is XCOM 2, XCOM 2, XCOM 2, XCOM 2, XCOM 2, etc.
I can tell, based on your 120+ hours in the game.