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I've been a dungeon defenders ps3 player and i wanted to join the PC community by buying the game on my PC. But I'm new to steam and I don't know how to get money to buy games.
Pointing that out I'm a kid so I don't have any credit card or stuff
So could you guys please help me..
I know I'm on the wrong sections it is because I've never come to the PC section
I've heard of some people trading TF2 items for it.
I'm not really sure what your asking..but you can buy Dungeon Defenders through Steam which is going to require a credit or debit card so ask your parents?
It doesn't exist card like those for psn or xbl?
Probably not, if you mean "Point Cards" then there's no feature as such for Steam.
Originally Posted by X-1-800-Umad
Although you can "add funds" to your Steam Account so you can make future transactions quickly. Just request your parents to do the transaction via PayPal or a credit card on Steam. It's quite similar to any online purchase you make for example via Amazon, eBay, etc.
"Move like a mongoose, strike like a snake!" -Black Mamba. I are Ultimate Defender.
Have a Spear of Light (or Candelabra) you don't use? I'll buy any Ulti++ for 1 coal, regardless of stats, just add me!
I know in some countries "prepaid" credit crds exist, in which you buy a credit card with a pre-existing amount of funds on it which is disposable after use
murdoch I love you. My friend told me something about prepaid card and I just remember