^ I can understand the pain. Somebody gifted me a Steam title a few years back to try to get me interested in PC gaming. (Why my friends think I'd be so great at computer games is a puzzlement to me. I like board games. But even then I'm still terrible at chess even if I can more than hold my own in a game of Go or Nine Man Morris.)
But I hardly ever use Steam - and I've only bought two other titles for it. I could never get used to how intrusive its DRM systems are. Sucked all the joy out of it for me.
Funny thing is I do play the stuff I can get on GoG.
It might be because I'm into retro titles (IMO much better gameplay and concepts even if the graphics can't rival today's newer offerings) but that's not the only reason. I really appreciate the fact the titles GoG carries don't treat me like a would-be criminal. And I also appreciate how they bend over backwards to get you all the spiffs (cards, manuals, soundtracks, extras, etc.) to make the experience that much more enjoyable.
Since I've opened an account on GoG back in August, I've bought maybe something like fifteen games - which is more than I bought in the last twenty years combined. And the main reason I did so was because I like not needing a web connection or being forced to allow something to put a modified bot or trojan or rootkit (let's call these things what they are) on my machine in order to play any of them.
In the meantime, my Steam account, with it's three titles, languishes unused. I think I'll just give my credentials to my game playing nephew next time I see him.