@crusader8463 Well I did bother to say major publishers. Origin, uPlay, battle.net, Steam, so on... I'd like publisher competition to amp up to the delivery level. Exclusivity usually mandates quality. Smaller publishers would make the same deals with these services that they do with Steam and all the others already. And maybe it's because I have one handle and password (two actually) for all my services that I don't buy the 'remember all that information!' stuff. And it's not like it's any safer to have all your games connected to a single account.
Well I have to fight for my handle. Sometimes I forget when it is Korne, Korne3, Korne333, or a number of others.
The crazy thing for me is that this game spanned the entire length of my recent break up from my girlfriend of 5 years. It was very interesting, since I was the opposite of Vincent... I was ready to settle down, to commit, to marry. The strange thing this game helped me realize how even though I was having these thoughts, my girlfriend wasn't. After I confronted her, we both realized how much we have grown apart, and how we have different plans for the future. It is strange that the game sort of put my mind in a different viewing angle, and even after the breakup (and the game), I feel like I have grown a lot.