There isn’t a gamer alive who doesn’t owe some of their journey to Steam. The game distribution platform has developed a legendary reputation for being an essential service with its many flash sales and regular, but mostly imperceivable updates.
It would also be nothing without the millions of people that have downloaded it. It’s thanks to its most loyal users that we know whether new releases are worthwhile or complete duds, as well as if there’s any issues that need to be sorted. These reviews aren’t just functional, either; sometimes they can get pretty creative with the matter at hand. This is the focus of r/SteamReviews, which reveals all the weirdest detours that gamers take when reviewing their (least) favorite games. One thing’s for sure, these guys are all very opinionated.