That's it! All the games are spoken for. Thanks to everyone for helping me relieve some of my anger in a productive way. Remember, if you like it, pay it forward!
Before I begin, let me preface this by saying that if this violates any forum rules, please let me know and I'll totally stop!
Right, so to prevent a wall of text, here's the short version. I'm mad as hell that I got suckered into buying From Dust for the PC.
Over the last year or so, through various Humble Bundles and Steam sales, I've found that nearly ALL of my favorite games have been indie games. While I never paid less than $20 for a humble bundle, I never gave enough to equal the full retail value. In these sales, I've found gems that I feel are actually worth more than the amount that they charge. If I had known how good these games were, I would have gladly paid the full price, and I regret that didn't. So here I make a stand. I'm willing to put my money where my mouth is, too.
So here we go. In various sales, I paid less than retail for the following games that, had I known how much I would love them, I would have gladly paid twice the full cost. So now I will, and in the process, maybe spread some joy for a change. The games are:
Aquaria (Didn't even get Humble Bundle for it, then realized it was the best of the bunch by far) Recettear: an Item Shop's Tale(50% Steam Sale) -- There's a demo, too if you're curious. Gratuitous Space Battles (75% Steam Sale) -- Demo here, too. Taken as well. Terraria (50% off Steam Sale) Popular game, that Terraria. Both have been spoken for.
I will buy 2 copies of each game (Except for GSB, since I'll be getting the complete bundle @$40). First people to PM me asking for ONE(1) of these games with their Steam name, and I'll gift them a copy, until all nine are spoken for. I'll post when they're gone, so check first. Make no mistake: this is my personal "Fuck You" to Ubisoft, but it's also a message I want to send to the developers of these games that I think what they're doing is badass, and they deserve the full amount of money for their work.
Anyone who does get a copy, if you like the game, maybe consider paying it forward and gifting a copy to someone else. Let's drown out shitty PC ports with bait-and-switch DRM by playing some of the best PC games around. This is my catharsis, but maybe some of you can come along for the ride.