Welcome back to The Queue, the daily Q&A column in which the WoW Insider team answers your questions about the World of Warcraft.
If you're at all like me, you're fully entrenched in Cataclysm right now. But that precious honeymoon is only going to last until February or March, at which point it'll slip into the daily regimen of raiding and running the occasional spurt of dungeons some random night. It's at that time that I turn to other games, and that's where this little tip comes in. Go download Steam and spend $20 on a few games to play while waiting for raids, etc. ... Enjoy them in a few months knowing you paid next to nothing for them, thanks to Steam's insane sales.
I normally don't go all fanboi for another game or services like this, but seriously, you're doing yourself a disservice if you're not spending a few bucks on these games. The other day, I picked up a $50 current-generation FPS for $6, and I spent $8 at Taco Bell (chili-cheese burritos).
Now back to The Queue!
Whenever you finish a project, the next one pops up right away. Is this completely random or does something influence it?