Steam now allows you to permanently remove games from your account.

Dec 22, 2014
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From https://help.steampowered.com, just log-in and select Games, Software, etc., select the game from the search function that shows up, and select I want to permanently remove this game from my account.



Pic unrelated. I'm only getting rid of Vegas Make It Big.

HolyBaikal can now finally be free of Saints Row 3.

Will be interesting to see if this has any effect on SteamSpy, and if Sony/MS follow suit here.

Remove me if old
 
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This seems very dangerous from a "I'm playing this multiplayer game drunk and am getting destroyed and oh f this nonsense I'm gonna delete this ish from my account!"

And then waking up, clicking on Steam and wondering "WTF where my game at?!?!"
 
Dec 22, 2014
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Playtime: 10 Minutes --> Pregnancy --> Permanently Remove from my account.

...Are you trying to start a discussion on abortion?
The "game" is that long.

This seems very dangerous from a "I'm playing this multiplayer game drunk and am getting destroyed and oh f this nonsense I'm gonna delete this ish from my account!"

And then waking up, clicking on Steam and wondering "WTF where my game at?!?!"
Anyone dumb enough to do that deserves to have to buy it again.

...

Is pregnancy an actual game?
It's like a lite visual novel with two endings and no pictures. The writing is really bad, as is the story. You play as a teenage girl's subconscious.
At the end of the game, despite agreeing to everything you say, she does the exact opposite of what you told her. Also, the pregnancy is from a rape that is the most detailed part of the "game". It's unsettling and almost reads fetishistic.
 

RM8

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Burnout Paradise, bye! And those games I automatically got added to my account by buying an Alienware Alpha.
 

Eila

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You never know when they'll let you transfer them or something. I would just hide them unless it's a traumatic game for me, but that has never happened.