+154 There are some gamertags that will become family heirlooms and passed down from one generation to the next. amirite?

by Anonymous 6 months ago

Oh my god we're witnessing the birth of a generation

by Anonymous 6 months ago

Re-generation

by Anonymous 6 months ago

It'd be a shame if my 20 year old Steam and related platform library of 700 or so games just went unused after I die. Sort of reminds me of those people on my friends lists that haven't logged in in 15 years. Don't know what most of them are doing, if they're alive, or who they even were now. Haven't added a friend to any in a decade, so a lot of the people on my friends lists are strangers to me now.

by Anonymous 6 months ago

What'll really be a shame is when Steam gets overtaken by a competitor and shut down….I would cry 😭😭

by Anonymous 6 months ago

IF. I'd honestly be baffled if that happened considering how well Steam does for Valve. Epic Games is really it's only competition

by Anonymous 6 months ago

I was thinking the long game: I can't see Steam (or any of the tech companies, really) still being around in their current form in 150 years.

by Anonymous 6 months ago

That's fair

by Anonymous 6 months ago

Usuqamadiq was banned for me. Never forget.

by Anonymous 6 months ago

Son, I don't have much time left. I want you to live life to its fullest, have lots of kids and keep my Steam account going. I want you carry on my legacy and be the best GimmeDemCheeks69420 you can be…..

by Anonymous 6 months ago

I'm stealing this for my grandchildren's inheritance letter when they take control of NipplesandToes69

by Anonymous 6 months ago

"Son, you're old enough now, to understand the responsibility of what your great-grandfather started. A burden this family has carried for over 80 years in private. A legend that is known by many but respected by few. Son, it is now your time. This is now your legend, and your burden. You must carry it with pride. You must carry it well. Son, from this day onwards, you are no longer a child. You are a man. You are… xXpu$$yS1ay3r_69420Xx Go forth, and uphold the family k/d ratio. As I have, as my father has, and as his father did."

by Anonymous 6 months ago

And every 10 years a tournament will take place to determine the owners of the Legendary Three NoobMaster69 Ligma 私たちは愛するのに見知らぬ人ではありません

by Anonymous 6 months ago

What is the story of the third one, is funny, but I'm out of the loop.-

by Anonymous 6 months ago

The meme that Japanese/Chinese players are always Gods at games. But because I'm me, there's another meme if you put it in google translate

by Anonymous 6 months ago

Oh, I know Japanese, that's why I was curious but never occurred to me to google it, since I just read it. But after doing as you told, I know where you were going.-

by Anonymous 6 months ago

two memes in one sounded better on paper

by Anonymous 6 months ago

Do yourself a favor son, just turn off the chat. You do not want to continue what I started there.

by Anonymous 6 months ago

You assume gamers have children

by Anonymous 6 months ago

Why wouldn't we?

by Anonymous 6 months ago

Gamers have wives who have to do single parenting.

by Anonymous 6 months ago

My dad has used the same gamertag for most of his gaming life, and I still use a variation of that gamertag

by Anonymous 6 months ago

I think facebook had an inheritation feature for accounts

by Anonymous 6 months ago

*420blazin24/7?* You're not worthy of the name, not!

by Anonymous 6 months ago

My grandson back in my day we used to play with Russian teenagers and calling each other the N word. When your father was your age he inherited my gamer tag and he was calling French teenagers the F word and now it's your turn to call our current enemy the whatever slur is inappropriate at the time. It's your destiny and legacy Timmy.

by Anonymous 6 months ago

Axemansblood on Xbox is my legacy I will pass down.

by Anonymous 6 months ago

But steam will get mad cuz TOS

by Anonymous 6 months ago

Yes. My friend, xx360swagscopesxx, will pass his gamertag to his child when he comes of age.

by Anonymous 6 months ago