Let's see... there are only six games in my wishlist. If I purchased all of them it'd cost me... *goes to do some calculating*
Around 40 bucks. More likely 37 or 38 and not sure about after tax, so around 40.
Maybe I'll pull the trigger.
Ironically enough I kinda feel left out when everyone goes crazy for the steam sales, but 90% of the time, I can't get excited because most of these games I'd rather have on a console, and I'd rather do a physical copy.
So like... Mad Max? I'd pay five bucks for that, but I think I can get an xboxone disc for the same price, so why do steam?
So yeah anything that I can buy on a console instead, especially if I can get it on disc is automatically not applicable for me getting it on steam. The game has to basically be in a state where digitally is the only way I CAN get it, and it basically has to be exclusive to steam, or just that darn cheap.
And even then I have to be that one guy who can't get into many of the games so many others do.
Like so many people have so much fun with games like Goat Simulator, and Untitled Goose game, and I'll never buy those, because I see no reason to play them. If I understand correctly, they are games purely meant for you to dick around for an hour or two doing basically nothing.
I'm the person that'd rather play through Resident Evil 2 Remake again, trying to complete one of the challenges, or do some Destiny 2 and get some bounties done, and maybe score a rare gun.
Couple that with the many genres of games I just don't see any appeal in. (Racing, anything strategy related, most puzzle games... pretty any rouge like game I've ever seen.)
Yeah I'm sure there are some steam games hidden in there that I'd probably love, but I wouldn't begin to know how to try and find any.