With Games for Windows Live (or the herpes of the PC gaming master race) being finally taken round the back of the shed to be put down by Microsoft I started to wonder what that would mean for us. as we all know some of these games kinda heavily rely on GFWL and some if you do not have a signed in login you cannot even Save your game! Some Developers have moved to patch out Games for Windows Live in favor of Steamworks (Batman Arkham Asylum / City and Bioshock 2) but where does that leave others? I am aware you can make a "Offline" profile but we are still left with games without there Multiplayer side of things. I Started to look on my shelf and in my steam games list and noted a few that I was concerned that would never make a cross over. (It's worth noting before the normal DRM is bad crew get here, we know but at least these games should keep there base SP functionality) I Started to note games from the likes of Activision and Sega and well yea not much hope there especially with the likes of Alpha Protocol since Obsidian Entertainment is no more. Then the likes of the still popular Dead Rising 2... well Capcom published it so not holding much hope there. I have actually stopped playing any and all GFWL games at the moment as with the Batman games all save data was lost, I don't fancy getting even more hours into Dark Souls to have all that lost What do you all think of whats going down? What do you think will get patched over to Steamworks or maybe something the publisher would run themselves? Let me know!