Community MetaSteam | December 2022 - The end of the year is coming, you better hurry with those games!

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Hektor

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If I was to guess, they will be keeping KH’s till the next major news drop for KH4.

or, you know, “Square”.

Outside of that, there could be some sort of hang up with Disney releasing it on steam for “Reasons”. The next test on these exclusives is CHAOS. Sorry Strangers of Paradise’s release. If that releases with no KH release then there is very likely other factors at work.
Any day now

 

C-Dub

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My KB/M usage was over 70% and I don't even have a deck

Ya'll just use it more than you think you do
I literally have a HTPC and the last game I played with my lapboard was Cyberpunk 2077 in 2020/2021, and it’s saying my keyboard use is something like 40%.

Something’s definitely up with the recording of that stat.
 

ZKenir

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My KB/M usage was over 70% and I don't even have a deck

Ya'll just use it more than you think you do
Then it's something else, dunno what though.
I just don't play with KB+M unless it's total war or stuff like lost ark, I launch games and move to my bed to play them with a controller while looking at the monitor that's in front of my bed (which is where the game is usually being shown).
If I didn't move to my bed I still wouldn't play with KB+M because I hate it.
 

Mivey

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My KB/M usage was over 70% and I don't even have a deck

Ya'll just use it more than you think you do
It was 70% to 30% for me, but with the Deck counted as controller, it would probably be a lot closer to 50% or even over, as 45% of my playtime was on the Deck, and that's not including some fairly lengthy sessions on trains where I was offline.

That being said, I do like playing on KB&M fairly often too, so it's not surprising that it's up there.
 

fantomena

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Gonna very soon install Pathfinder, I've heard it's really good, but also really long. Played so many of these 2-10 hours games from my backlog, it's time to tackle on some long games.
 
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QFNS

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Gonna very soon install Pathfinder, I've heard it's really good, but also really long. Played so many of these 2-10 hours games from my backlog, it's time to tackle on some long games.
It's so good. But also insanely long and you better be ready to drown in classes and abilities. It's a good drowning though, lol

I do love that game even if I haven't been able to finish it
 

ezodagrom

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A bunch of interesting stuff in this.

Producer for Monster Hunter series:
Ryozo Tsujimoto
—Things to Pay Attention to in 2023

“Tokyo Game Show.”
👀

Hironobu Sakaguchi

—Ambitions for 2023

“I thought I was going to retire (laughs), but I decided to try to give this another go…”

—Status Update

“I’ll never stop playing Final Fantasy XIV. Meet me in Eorzea. I also started writing the scenario for a new title yet to be announced. It will be a dark fantasy.”
ATLUS

Shinjiro Takada


—Ambitions for 2023

“In 2023, which will be the 31st anniversary [of the Shin Megami Tensei series], I hope be able to give something back to the fans as a thank-you [for their support on Shin Megami Tensei V].”
Konami Digital Entertainment

Noriaki Okamura


—Keyword for 2023

“Long-awaited.”

—Ambitions for 2023

“Other than [the educational edition of Momotaro Dentetsu announced last year], 2023 will be a year of many announcements! Stay tuned!”
 

Arc

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I just realized that steam had bigger concurrent players jump this year than last year.

I think that this could be the biggest concurrent players peak jump YoY (that could still be jump from 2017 to 2018 but i am too lazy to check XD).
2020 was the largest jump for obvious reasons. That year had about 40% CCU growth (18.3 million in January and 24.8 million in December). There was about 15% CCU growth this year. 2022 MAUs should be at or near 150 million.

I am also starting it for the third time, 2 times was on the PS3
Just make absolutely sure you max out the counselor before the middle of November.
 

LRB1983

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I would pay money just for watch that PCGamesn socalled journalist -Ryan Easby- while was writing that, just for fun.

Imagine signing that article and not feeling embarrassed about it.
 

LEANIJA

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Complete your collection.
Ah, ok
Unfortunately I cant help you there, already got all the DLCs for that game. My guess is that there would be, but I cant confirm it,sorry



you know I was going to click that but then decided that I dont need that particular kind of stupidity in my life :p
 

Mivey

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Why nobody told me that Sackboy runs maxed out (Dynamic Shadows to High instead of Very High) at 1440x900 basically locked 40FPS on Deck? Game looks and play amazing on Deck!!!
Sackboy is the sleeper hit of 2022 for people who like co-op. It's hardly the best game ever, but it's super fun nonetheless. For like 40€ or less it would be an amazing value. Even at full price still pretty ok.
 
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Sobatronix

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I gave in, I asked a buddy of mine that lives in the US to order the steam deck for me. I already bough a 512 SD card, and the jsaux dock. I'm going to also buy a 1 tb internal 2230 sdd and a skin, and then I'll finally buy the 399$ version in January. I just want a steam deck so badly is not even funny lol
 

Dragon1893

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Few consoles have aged as well as the PS4. I borrowed a copy of GoW Ragnarok and it's hard to believe this machine is almost 10 years old. The game looks fantastic and performance holds up very well.
Kudos to the art direction which is simply incredible.
The way they design each level is something I really appreciate, you always want to explore just a bit more and it's really hard to put down. For me it's a perfect mix of being big enough to allow for lots of exploration but without loosing focus or becoming overwhelming. You're never too far away from the critical path but there's lots of room to stretch your legs and you always get a worthwhile reward for it.
Been a long time since I played a game on something other than PC. Was going to wait for the PC version but after having the game in my hands I couldn't resist. And spoilers are getting really hard to avoid.

On steam I've been neglecting Utawaremono because of Wasteland 3, the game is so good.
 
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