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Work on really basic things like the worst in class mouse issues if you turn on Vsync that have been around since TF2.
That's an easy enough fix. Just turn off v-sync. If we're gonna talk engine level shit they may as well work on the netcode which has been pretty mediocre in Source engine since the start. Hopefully they do that with Source 2
No, Microsoft said they weren't going to support new CPUs on legacy operating systems and lo, it has come to pass.
Just funny timing with the Ryzen performance differences.
The idea is this: Somebody gets a hold of credit card information that isn't theirs, they buy up a whole bunch of keys that they think will sell and they sell them at a price they think they'll sell fast. That way they're exchanging an illegitimate steam key for legitimate money, that being yours, its a really basic form of money laundering and very easily could extend to things beyond stolen credit cards and actually involve and support crime in the real world.
Nobody wants to work with people involved in money laundering, that's a great way to get your company involved in some nasty and very public court cases.
Valve had a similar problem with TF2 keys, that's why for a long time they were being sold for 2.00$ when you could only buy them for 2.50$.
I've never heard anyone even bring up the concept of money laundering in any article or post about G2A, so I don't think that's the core reason...
They went so far as to build an entire OS around it (win 8) out of App Store Envy (who wouldn't be envious of a 30% cut across the board for a billion dollar market?), So I would not put it past them.
But even their OWN universal apps are featureless garbage compared to the exe versions. A waste of space and time for a PC user.
Well its partially that, and partially keys bought with stolen credit card information and sold at a low price to turn money that may vanish into legitimate money. Steam had this exact same problem with TF2 keys being sold for about 2$ when they were only sold for 2.50$.
Or it could be the G2A shield and its 20 pages that you need to go through to unsubscribe from it.
And requires you to verify your credit card info for a service you are canceling.