Retro City Rampage™ DX

Retro City Rampage™ DX

Wula 23 oct. 2012 a las 17:40
Do not buy this game on steam
If you want a good value. Go to the devs website www.retrocityrampage.com and buy it off them there. At least you get a steam key + a DRM free version of the game. Oh and the game is worth the $15 if you loved playing your pixelated games back in the day.
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Vandalazino 25 oct. 2012 a las 12:20 
I think the dev gets a bigger share of the money when you buy it directly from him, too.
vaxhax 25 oct. 2012 a las 21:50 
good call, just bumped the dev some cash.
Silvador 26 oct. 2012 a las 9:17 
DRM free version? Forgive my ignorance, but wtf does that mean?
Jmcmatrixs 26 oct. 2012 a las 11:43 
Publicado originalmente por Silvador:
DRM free version? Forgive my ignorance, but wtf does that mean?

Without Digital Rights Managment, such as Securerom, or steam needed.
spiritofcat 26 oct. 2012 a las 17:00 
Publicado originalmente por Silvador:
DRM free version? Forgive my ignorance, but wtf does that mean?
DRM == Copy Protection.
A DRM free version is a version with no kind of copy protection in it. Meaning you get an installer file that can be used on any computer and as many times as you like without having to worry about stuff like CD-Keys, online account activation or any of those other inconvenient attempts to stop piracy.
Silvador 27 oct. 2012 a las 2:39 
Publicado originalmente por Fuzzyball:
Publicado originalmente por Silvador:
DRM free version? Forgive my ignorance, but wtf does that mean?
DRM == Copy Protection.
A DRM free version is a version with no kind of copy protection in it. Meaning you get an installer file that can be used on any computer and as many times as you like without having to worry about stuff like CD-Keys, online account activation or any of those other inconvenient attempts to stop piracy.

Ah.
but with steam does it still run well?
Ben McLean 10 nov. 2012 a las 18:13 
Still runs fine. You get better value buying through the official site yes.
[IW2MG] FireFox 1 dic. 2012 a las 12:03 
Steam isn't restrictive with its "DRM" you can install and run your games on any machine so long as you authorize the machine via a code they send you in an e-mail. Still buying off the official site is better value.
Emma Stone 21 dic. 2012 a las 17:45 
Some games on steam don't come with DRM. See: Super Meat Boy
Chronon 25 dic. 2012 a las 13:33 
Thanks for the headsup. Additionally it's $2.40 cheaper for Europeans despite the Steam holiday sale ^^
Última edición por Chronon; 25 dic. 2012 a las 13:33
Publicado originalmente por Chronon:
Thanks for the headsup. Additionally it's $2.40 cheaper for Europeans despite the Steam holiday sale ^^

But i guess if i live in USA the game was 2$ more on the dev website?
em 30 dic. 2012 a las 9:48 
Publicado originalmente por Regina Spektor:
Some games on steam don't come with DRM. See: Super Meat Boy
Steam is a form of DRM. As for third-party DRM, not many games come with that at all fortunately.
I wonder if the game was 2$ more than the Steam -50%
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