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Bethesda.net is broken: Why game makers who abandon Steam need to get the basics right

If publishers don't want to put their games on Steam, that's fine—but they'd better make sure their replacement launcher reaches a baseline level of quality.
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Hayden writes about games for PCWorld and doubles as the resident Zork enthusiast.

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