I’ll honestly never understand the mentality of people say they don’t give a shit about metacritic and media praise but then say they wouldn’t play a bunch of games they’ve enjoyed without gamepass.
Like, it very easy for me to find and play a bunch of indie games that aren’t on a service. I’ve been doing it for years on Steam, and plenty of other people do as well, which is why steam continues to be the best place for indie games not consoles. Theres like 50 indie showcases a year from all the big platform holders, along with steam next fest which gives you access to a bunch of demos.
Name one game that you thought you will not like but purchased anyways, on steam or anywhere.
And if you actually didn't liked it, you went ahead and bought a bunch more that you thought you wouldn't like them.