I'm failing to writing a blog, specifically about playing games the wrong way
Space bundle loaded on Steam: Lunar Flight, Shattered Horizon, Universe Sandbox, Stellar Impact, Gratuitous Space Battles.
IndieGala unlocks music.
Last 24h to get IndieRoyale and Bundle in a Box. For the latter, the average has gone down a fair bit from the early days, the full bundle with bonuses can be had for a bit more than 4$, or the base package for mere 99 cents.
If you have HIB2 you might be interested in this:
Last year's Steam Summer Sale was at the end of June - so assuming they're on the sale sort of calendar, we've 3 weeks to wait yet.
That said, with all the dailies and other sales and bundles, there can't be much left people actually want!?
Anyone playing PC games and not in possession of a joypad is a strange person IMO - joypads work really, really well for many types of games and the 360 pad is the one most likely to work with the games on offer right now (although there are other options if you don't mind some 'kicking' to make some games work with them).
This idea that every game on PC should be shoehorned into working with a keyboard and a mouse (which, whatever you might think, are NOT ideal control methods for any type of action game other than FPS's) is bloody strange.
Anyone playing any form of platform game on a keyboard is particularly bonkers IMO
He does have a point with regard to Bastion, though. I tried it yesterday and it's better than what I remembered from playing the demo on the keyboard.
Problem is, even with remappable controls (a rarity these days), the damn game has more buttons than I have on my cheap pad :| and, this is stupid, whenever you activate the pad, keyboard commands are turned off. Had to Alt-F4 my way out after dying because I had remapped back and start.
Irrelevant on further examination of the rest of the thread.