Originally joined for a promotional copy of Portal 1, I became more active after being persuaded by a friend that I should take advantage of some of the Steam Deals. Through the Group known as the UK of Equestria, I was able to set up the "Steam Games for Bored Bronies" sub-thread, where players can send other players any spare copies of games they received through various different sources (mostly the Humble Bundle stuff). Although not as active on steam due to my computer, I still enjoy playing some of the games available to me.
Outside some minor testing, I've never much had any reason for playing GTA V, and this partially came down to the excessive draconian ruling concerning their online half, with legitimate programs unrelated to aiding in the game triggering the floodgate of bans. With recent news of the OpenIV closure due to Take Two, a program designed for modding the single-player half of the game only, they have opened themselves into a PR nightmare that could see shares plummet for future products. While I was able to get the game on sale, most people wanted to play as soon as possible. For my £20, I have a multiplayer mode I'm too scared to go on in fear of receiving a ban for having Discord up, to a Single-player that has now lost the main avenue to install some incredible mods, some fully changing how the game plays.