The Steam Music Library
I may no longer be new to Steam, but I still haven’t found a use for the Steam Music Player. It’s supposed to be a music library meant to store your video game soundtracks. The music files are stored as MP3 files. It shares many similarities with iTunes. You can listen to soundtracks from your favorite games.
This may sound pointless, but it is a good way to listen to the OSTs without being under pressure from fighting a hard boss or trying to overcome a timed stage. If it is copyrighted, then it might not stay on YouTube. Buying soundtracks is the safe, legal option.
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On Steam, there are thousands of potential video games to review. I currently own 250+ awesome, well-known titles stored in my Steam Library. My goal is to play through at least half of them and suggest which titles are worth your time. It is my job to scout for games by separating the “wheat from the chaff” so to speak.
As the only writer, I won’t be able to write more than 1-2 posts a day due to working full-time. If more people were to enjoy reading my reviews, then I will consider getting other writers on board who are both enthusiastic gamers and dedicated to sharing the latest news on popular titles and PC gaming culture.
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Greetings, fellow readers! It is time for me to begin addressing a small issue on PC Games for Steam. I’ve been proposing on how to publish my future Steam Library reviews. These will help introduce you guys to games you haven’t heard of nor tried yet. I assure you that I will try to review games using an objective approach.
In the event I run out of material, I would greatly appreciate anyone willing to offer some suggestions on how to create my reviews. I’m going to be offering my personal opinion on video games. But I’d prefer to stay objective on why I would evaluate one game as decent enough and another as virtually unplayable.
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