I use steam for the overlay while I play (very handy for keeping up to date with friends) and for steam sales. The fact it keeps it in one library is also pretty nice, and is one of the least intrusive DRM if you embrace the other features.Oh, and Cinder Kitten is the cutest blizz store pet, I have been sorely tempted to get one sooooooo many times, just never found the right time.
Yes. Steam, and occasionaly the origins client. I've tried others, but Steam takes care of most my needs.
No, I don't use those services :(
I want me a Cinder Kitten!
I have NOT used any digital download services, but I'm interested in doing so!
I use Steam, i'ts really handy! I even put the WoW launcher in it! About little fire kitty..I LOVE KITTIES! and my druid would love kitty too if they both are FIRE KITTYS! yay!( I really love that pet always wanted one!)
Nope. I'm not saying I never will, but I don't see the need at present.
I do indeed, the only digital download service I use is the aforementioned Steam, simply because it's the biggest and most comprehensive service I know of, so it makes sense.
I use Steam. It's really easy to use and has great content on sale all of the time.
I use Steam on my PC, and have been known to use the marketplace on xBox Live.
I have Steam because you have to use it to play Civ V. I would prefer not to have it installed at all, but I really like Civ.
i use steam cos i mean YOLO right?
Steam sales are amazing.
I have Steam, but only got it for the sake of my friends. We have since abandoned said launcher and only play WoW. I throw a fit when I run out of time XD I need WoW or ill seriously freak out :P
Just steam for me, too.
I own a Steam account, but I don't use it. I rather play games in console, only WOW in PC.
I use Steam. The games on there are usually cheaper than stores(Gamestop and Wal-Mart overprice everything) and it's -really- convenient. With stores you gotta worry about if what you want will be in stock, and if it isn't, when will it be. I hate waiting for things, I'd prefer to just log on to Steam and get it lickety split.
I use steam all the time, and I hate it for being so clunky. I do love its functionality and convenience though. Other than that, not really, I prefer to get my WoW ex-pacs in physical form, and everything else is a download (if I want to play a game that can't be bought due to age, or is free).
Don't think I could use Steam on a computer that's close to being as old as WoW is... Hardly runs to begin with.
Wow is the only thing I really use my computer for, besides facebook and wow related websites.