Earlier this week, our friends at GamesBeat discovered a nifty (or not so nifty) little tool where you can see how much money you've spent on Steam over the years. For some, it's in the thousands; for most, in the hundreds.
$304.32. Honestly, that's not that much. I imagine my PSN account is a lot higher, since I tend to play most games on PS4 because I like sitting on my couch. (I'm a gal of simple tastes, though I have gotten more into PC gaming the past year or so.) This tool also doesn't account for codes we receive, so my Steam library's a lot bigger than this figure may assume. I also don't tend to go crazy with Steam Sales like I used to. So there it is: how much I've spent on Steam.
$1,980.86. I'm probably the biggest PC player on the USgamer staff. I have the most up-to-date rig and I'll frequently re-purchase games I've reviewed on other platforms for PC. So, like most everyone I have a huge backlog of nonsense: games I want to play, games I'll never play that folks said were good, games I picked up because it was cheap during a Steam sale. I've spent entirely too much on Steam, even before this was the thing I was doing for a living.