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Some titles will keep your save files up-to-date online and for future use if you re-install. This is handy both from a "backup" perspective as well as gives you flexibility to game from multiple computers with ease, picking up where you left off. Support for this feature, just as with "steamplay" (mac+PC compatibility), however requires developer cooperation, so it's not the norm. You can easily observe whether steam cloud is available for a game by looking at the corresponding store page. Any other game requires you to do your own backups - no different from any other game as the files will reside on your computer.And my saved games are kept at steam or on MY comp? Will I need to save and move over save files? Thanks guysDepends on the game.I believe some games store all their info in the "Steam cloud" but not really sure which ones do or do not.
Witcher falls in a camp of "you'll either like it or you won't." It's pretty distinctive in the world of action-RPG's these days and that's saying something. I'm in the middle of re-evaluating my opinion of the game as the original North American release unfortunately had some major flaws (I wanted to like it, at the time) - but these issues appear to have been patched away over time with the current edition of the Director's Cut.Witcher worth $5?
edit: Oh, and Bioshock 2 for $10? I liked the first one.. Same thing?
Recettear seems oddly interesting. Besides that, today's deals kinda stink.
I don't have time tonight to add today's deals to the first post, and won't have time before they change. If anyone has a minute, mind listing them here?
Man, I'm going to have to call bleh on todays deals too. Maybe Mass Effect for $9.99 isn't bad?