Damn, I should have bought Bioshock 2 from that offer right now. I am playing through Bioshock 1 right now and enjoying it very much (despite the constant crashing) and I hear that Minerva's Den is very good.
Ever heard of this little thing Valve (who happens to own Steam by the way) is doing called Big Picture Mode SteamOS and Steam Machines?
There are a growing number of us who like to connect our 'better than next-gen' PC's to our TVs, so yes we love controller support.
Spread the word that keyboard mouse PC gaming for many genres may no longer be necessary, thanks Totobeni!!
Yeah, this was the right way to handle the situation. The alternative would've been to break everyone's existing DLC and make them buy it again, which would've been terrible. Good on 2K, and to coincide it with a sale is genius. I'll be playing MD for the first time this weekend.
They should see a nice little bump in sales from the news and this allows them to continue to sell it after MS burns the corpse of GFWL. They are doing it right but I have a feeling, in the long run, the effort pays for itself.
I think the poster was more referring to the functionality of still getting the Xbox achievements out of the game (kinda like what City does even though that still has GWFL in it) rather than activating
This is great news. I was a little sour I couldn't play with my pad. I also had a problem with GFWL not patching the game properly (turns out it was installing it into program files/steam rather than program files x86/steam, but I didn't figure that out until much later). And it was unplayable without the patch because of constant crashing. Ended up playing it on my laptop which was uncomfortable but whatever. Minerva's Den was really fun too.
I'm looking forward to giving this another crack on my main box.