The former is by design.This things broken. It's not counting the game at time of purchase and it's not counting DLC.
Bzzzt. Wrong answer. Meaningful valuations have no business in the thread. Get out.From my Steam Expenses Folder, I can tell you that I spent 5,054.56$ in the past 8 years I've had my account.
playtime:Found 64 Games with a value of
interesting that the price calc says i have 64 games, the playtime calc says i have 72, and steam says i has 67 lol.Player SashPrime owns 72 game(s) on Steam, of which he/she has played 42. That means he/she has not played 30 of them.
His/her playtime is 776.6 hours, or 32.4 days, or 4.6 weeks, or 1.1 months.
I wonder who has the most "valuable" account (highest $ value with least number of games). Probably someone who buys COD every year. :awe:Found 39 Games with a value of $646.62 USD
It would require your account info to be able to find out at what price you purchased each game. So it's only option is to go off current selling price.That calculator is bogus, it just lists retail prices, not the bargain prices that most people actually buy Steam games at.
No need for this. This is just meant to be a fun thread. Don't like it, don't post in it if you have nothing of any Value in the thread to post.Haven't we gone over this already? What your Steam account is worth depends on what someone is willing to pay for it, and that Steamcalculator site doesn't calculate that value. It doesn't even show what you were willing pay for the games in your account. It's all total BS.