Reason I unfortunately didn't buy it. It was almost, almost, worth the 50 bones when it came out just for the mini-nuke but I must have some jewish ancestor because I just really couldn't bring myself to pay $50 for what is no doubt a cheap ass paperweight.
I know the feelings of being a srs gamer. Red Faction 1 and 2 I've bought 3 times on PS2, PC, then Steam. Have Fallout 3 twice, physical GFWL version and Steam. Jedi Academy I've bought 4 times, launch day PC version, Xbox version, a replacement for the original PC version after a family member nabbed it and a replacement for that one because the discs were starting to get worn from overuse. I'm pretty positive I've had atleast 3 copies of GTA 3.
I've had 4 copies of DOOM 3, original I still got despite the fact the cardboard is falling apart, the castrated Xbox version, a Steam version of BFG edition that I could never fucking get to work, and a PS3 version of the BFG edition I bought after getting royally pissed I couldn't play the Steam version. Thats not even getting into all the other versions of DOOM I got.
Resident Evil 4 I used to have the PS2 version and played the GC version and now got it for PC. By the Force I'd forgotten how wonky the controls are and how cheesy Leon is. I understand them wanting to leave the original play style intact but goddamn is it bad. Not nearly as bad as the other Resident Evils that came before, couldn't even play those games at all, but its going to take a bit of getting used to again.
Much as I love the game I'd love to find some mods to improve the graphics and maybe add less Micheal J Fox style aiming.