I recently got a Steam Wallet card, which allows me to buy games from the Steam store without having to go to a retail outlet.
However, I have yet to try the feature on a game from a third-party publisher or retailer.
I’m not alone.
A number of people have been reporting problems using the card in the past few weeks, including two people who reported issues with the card not working at all.
In the first case, I was able to buy two games from Amazon using the Steam Wallet Card, but I could only do so with the cards account, not the Steam account.
I tried logging in to the Steam wallet using my Steam account, but the games were still not able to be downloaded or bought.
In the second case, the card worked with my account, and I could buy two copies of a game on the Steam marketplace.
I have emailed the Steam team several times, but so far they have not responded to my questions.
The only other Steam Wallet issue I’ve experienced involves a third party retailer who, while the card works with the store, says that the card doesn’t work with Steam.
In an email to me, Amazon VP of retail Rob Hagerty wrote, “The Steam Wallet doesn’t support Steam, nor do we support the Steam Store.
It has been our practice to never support cards from third-parties.”
This could be a good thing.
The cards functionality on Steam may be limited at best, but it is something a company like Amazon can use to offer additional features that users can’t get on the current system.