what ui do you use with your game library?

Discussion in 'Computer Software and Operating Systems' started by DarkRioru, May 7, 2017.

  1. DarkRioru
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    DarkRioru reach for the stars

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    I have seen people on youtube use things like kodi, launchbox and, steam to load their games but, what do you use?? I would like to know ^_^
     
  2. Boogieboo6

    Boogieboo6 @realDonaldTrump

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    I use Steam because I have no reason to use anything else. I keep things as shortcuts on my desktop.
     
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  3. Minox

    Minox I did it

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    Steam for most games since that's where most of my games are, but I don't really favor any ui over any other.
     
  4. Originality

    Originality Chibi-neko

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    Steam and Origin. Not that I pay for my Origin games mind you, but free is free so I keep it around.
     
  5. Lilith Valentine

    Lilith Valentine GBATemp's Wolf-husky™ Ready for summer!

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    Just Steam for my steam games. The rest I manage through the Budgie Menu.
     
  6. RevPokemon

    RevPokemon GBATemp's 3rd Favorite Transgirl

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    On Windows: I use Razer Cortex

    On Ubuntu: I use Lutris

    I like both a good deal more than Steam since in my opinion they work better with non Steam games.
     
  7. migles

    migles GBAtemp Guru

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    i like the steam UI, and it's where all my games are, like the previous users say...
    it's so fucking easy to launch games through steam and delete\download as i wish since i don't have massive storage...
    then there is the in game overlay, i use the browser to search for stuff related to the game when i just forgot about something (like weapon stats, or craft blueprints)
    steam is almost perfect, just missing some features and stuff that could be improved but since i don't like to have all kinds of software installed and running, steam does the job
    you can also put shortcuts, use the small mode, i don't use the big picture thing

    but the store, feeds my shopaholicism.. every fucking day i have the reflex of going into the store looking for something i can't buy
     
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