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On Wednesday, Ars Technic published an article by a writer for the website GameFAQs entitled “Which games are the best?”
The article featured more than 30 titles, including the likes of Plants vs. Zombies and the popular Pokemon game.
It included several titles which we have previously covered, including Assassin’s Creed III, Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, and Assassin’s Guild: City of Thieves.
One of the titles featured in the article was BioShock Infinite, which had been released on August 10, 2013 for Microsoft’s Xbox 360.
In the article, the writer noted that “there are many games on the market that do not require a disc.”
This may come as a surprise to some BioShock fans, since BioShock 1, 2, and 3 were released on Xbox 360 in 2007 and 2008 respectively.
However, the article went on to note that “a disc-less game is still the best way to play these games.”
We have covered a number of titles which do not have a disc, and we can also add that the number of games that do have a disk has increased significantly in recent years.
However as the number and the variety of titles that do require a physical copy of the game has increased, the amount of games available for download has decreased.
One game which has received a lot of attention is BioShock 2.
According to GameFAQ.com, “BioShock 2 was released on September 28, 2010 for the Xbox 360.”
As of this writing, the game is not on Steam’s Greenlight, but if you are in search of a disc-free game, this is definitely a good one to look into.
Another title which is not yet on Greenlight is Assassin’s Rogue.
According the site, “A copy of Assassin’s Revenge on Xbox Live is currently available for $8.99.”
There are several other titles on the Greenlight platform which are not available for purchase on Steam at the moment.
One such game is the first-person action game, Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
According Wikipedia, “The game, which was developed by Eidos Montreal, was originally released in 2009 on PC.
It was later ported to Xbox Live Arcade for $19.99, though it is still not available on Steam.”
This title is also not available at any of the major digital retailers, like Steam, GOG, or Amazon.com.
However there are several titles that are available on both consoles and PC that are still playable on Steam.
BioShock: The Collection is the latest in a series of BioShock games that were released for the Wii U. While this title is not currently on Steam, it does have an active Greenlight campaign and it has already received over 20,000 votes.
In addition to this title, BioShock Remastered for Xbox One has received over 13,000 voting votes.
BioHazardous 2 is also available on Xbox One, but is not playable on the platform yet.
While the game does not have an online component, it is playable on PC via the Steam Workshop.
Other titles that have received a significant amount of Greenlight votes include: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – 2,743 votes (74%)