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What's the Last Thing You Downloaded?

posted by Darth Marsden on - last edited - Viewed by 1.1K users

There's one for music, there's one for films, now there's one for files. What's the last thing you downloaded (legally)?

I'll kick us off: the soundtrack to Bitejacker: Undead on Arrival. It's one of the soundtracks in the Indie Music Bundle and I've only just got round to grabbing it.

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    puzzlebox Telltale Staff

    @GuruGuru214 said:
    By the way, does anybody know of a way to find out how much disk space your entire Steam library takes up put together without adding it up yourself?



    Ask someone very nicely to do it for you? :p

  • @GuruGuru214 said: By the way, does anybody know of a way to find out how much disk space your entire Steam library takes up put together without adding it up yourself?



    I just go to my Steam folder and check the properties of the steamapps folder which gives the size of said folder. Mines at about 60GB right now.

  • @puzzlebox said: Ask someone very nicely to do it for you? :p



    A Puzzlebox answer if I ever heard one. :p

    @puzzlebox said: I just go to my Steam folder and check the properties of the steamapps folder which gives the size of said folder. Mines at about 60GB right now.

    Good idea. After a few minutes of counting, this method says that my Steam library is tying up 135 GB.

  • Album Art Downloader: http://sourceforge.net/projects/album-art/

    My parents have a bucket load of audio CD's, and they have never ripped any of them. EVER. They don't listen to said music on CD either anymore, probably because of the nuisance created by having to search for a particular album when you don't even remember what you have.

    Come on now, people. MP3's are not a new tech. My mom does download songs from iTunes or Amazon, but I took 90+ discs home with me to rip and (properly) tag the files for them knowing full well that they do have more music than this (ie. there are other albums I remember listening to as a kid that I didn't find yet to rip, such as the 1989 Batman film score). It's just a waste for them to have bought all this music and never use it.

    I'm using four resources to do this: WinAmp Pro, Mp3tag, Album Art Downloader, and Google. I would use Google alone to search for my own album art, but some of my parents stuff is rather obscure and I need all the help I can get with them.

  • My Telltale Secret Santa came through with a copy of Dragon Age: Origins Ultimate Edition. So I've been downloading that. All night. 20 GB game. Ouch.

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    Darth Marsden Moderator

    Bunch of Heroes, so I could get the Christmas achievement. I only played for 15 minutes, but I can already tell it's not really my sort of game. Oh well, at least I didn't spend a fortune on it.

  • I'd tell you, but Josh would report me for some reason.

  • Just downloaded Aquaria from off my Steam. That game is seriously fun, though rather difficult at the part that I've gotten to as I have run out of things to heal myself with...but not run out of enemies.

    *Sigh*

  • Two DLC for Fallout: New Vegas (Old World Blues & Lonesome Road) for the 360. I've been patiently waiting for these to be on sale and at least for today they are so I'm very happy that I got all 4 of the main DLC packs for half their normal price. Now just debating whether to do the same thing for the Gun Runners Arsenal.

    Also these might not be my latest downloads, depending on how long they take as I've been downloading/installing Rage for a good few hours now and it looks like there's more than a good few hours left to go.

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