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Do you install all the games in a bundle at once?

Discussion in 'Playground' started by SlickRCBD, Aug 31, 2023.

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    I'm just wondering, if you buy a bundle of games, such as
    The Might and Magic six pack
    https://www.gog.com/en/game/might_a...n?pp=632667547e7cd3e0466547863e1207a8c0c0c549
    Avernum the Complete Saga
    https://www.gog.com/en/game/avernum_the_complete_saga?pp=632667547e7cd3e0466547863e1207a8c0c0c549

    Do you immediately install all the games at once, or do you wait to finish one game before installing the next?
    Those above might be bad examples as the games don't take up that much disk space (although they are really good, if old '80s and '90s games), but the other examples I've seen such as one for all five of the original Infinity Engine games don't seem to be around anymore.
    I'm just curious how other people handle getting an entire series of games at once.
     
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    Back in the day when I had to manually install, I would install only a single game, play it and then install the next game. And when the next package was bought had to de-install the last package due to lack of HD space.

    Nowadays with e.g. Steam handling all the installing of a bundle and with HD space not in MB bug in GB I just add the games to Steam, set all of them to install and let it automatically run through while I´m not at the PC.
     
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