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Novotnus: I hope they won't make me regret my 'yes' vote by making it Steam exclusive...
I hope they will be inspired by Alan Wake and Brutal Legend :).

By the way, they created FAQ.
Post edited July 18, 2013 by Mivas
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Mivas: By the way, they created FAQ.

- Nothing to discuss yet about a PC release via other channels (digital/retail)
This makes me a saaad panda!
WHAT THE FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCK
I saw parts of a walkthrough of this on YouTube. Not really for me.
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tfishell: I saw parts of a walkthrough of this on YouTube. Not really for me.
Son, if I haven't been fooled by feedback - this is Twin Peaks: The Game. That's huge.
This is just the sort of quirky, interesting looking Japanese game of the type that never gets a PC port, except this time ITS TOTALLY GETTING A PC PORT! \o/
I encourage this wholly!
Now, Rockstar, where's the PC port of Red Dead Redemption? Hells, throw In Red Dead Revolver too as punishment for being tardy
*crosses arms, taps foot, checks watch*
Post edited July 18, 2013 by Fever_Discordia
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Xibalba: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=160687506 Release date: Halloween 2013

omg!! EVERYONE GO VOTE FOR IT!! :)
Not going to help them get onto Steam unless they announce a DRM-free release somewhere else as well. Why would I want to help them be Steam exclusive?
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Xibalba: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=160687506 Release date: Halloween 2013

omg!! EVERYONE GO VOTE FOR IT!! :)
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SirPrimalform: Not going to help them get onto Steam unless they announce a DRM-free release somewhere else as well. Why would I want to help them be Steam exclusive?
Because it's a good game.

If they somehow manage not to get on Steam, they probably won't follow through with releasing it on PC. Plus it's not mentioned anywhere that this will be a Steam exclusive. It might start out as one to maximize initial profit, many games do.

Note that only this is mentioned about Steam:
"And exclusive to the Steam version, earn achievements and collect Steam Trading Cards – complete the whole set before the Raincoat Killer gets you! ". In every other part it's referred to just the PC version.
Post edited July 18, 2013 by Profanity
There's going to be FK on the PC!!! w00t!!!
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tfishell: I saw parts of a walkthrough of this on YouTube. Not really for me.
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Profanity: Son, if I haven't been fooled by feedback - this is Twin Peaks: The Game. That's huge.
Obviously a lot of people are interested, but (again, based on YouTube video) the gameplay mechanics seem pretty mediocre, the characters not particularly interesting, the music strange, and the game rather drawn out (among other things). "Story" will only get me so far; it worked in Cry of Fear, but not here. (Plus, I'm concerned too many games are trying to hide behind buzzwords like "story" or "immersion" today.)
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Profanity: Because it's a good game.

If they somehow manage not to get on Steam, they probably won't follow through with releasing it on PC. Plus it's not mentioned anywhere that this will be a Steam exclusive. It might start out as one to maximize initial profit, many games do.

Note that only this is mentioned about Steam:
"And exclusive to the Steam version, earn achievements and collect Steam Trading Cards – complete the whole set before the Raincoat Killer gets you! ". In every other part it's referred to just the PC version.
It being a good game doesn't mean I want it to be on Steam. I'm indifferent to it being on Steam, the only thing I'm interested in is seeing it get a DRM-free release. So I'll vote for it (to help them out) if they can announce some other release.

If they didn't get onto Steam immediately, why would they drop all plans for the PC release? Makes more sense to carry on and release it elsewhere in order to build hype to get it through greenlight.

That wording does sound promising, but I'm not going to read into it too much.
The game is pure cheese but that's it's charm. This game will repeatedly will make you go.. "WTF" but it's cheese is blatantly done on purpose and makes it worth playing.

I used to own the console version..when I had a console.
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Profanity: Because it's a good game.

If they somehow manage not to get on Steam, they probably won't follow through with releasing it on PC. Plus it's not mentioned anywhere that this will be a Steam exclusive. It might start out as one to maximize initial profit, many games do.

Note that only this is mentioned about Steam:
"And exclusive to the Steam version, earn achievements and collect Steam Trading Cards – complete the whole set before the Raincoat Killer gets you! ". In every other part it's referred to just the PC version.
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SirPrimalform: It being a good game doesn't mean I want it to be on Steam. I'm indifferent to it being on Steam, the only thing I'm interested in is seeing it get a DRM-free release. So I'll vote for it (to help them out) if they can announce some other release.

If they didn't get onto Steam immediately, why would they drop all plans for the PC release? Makes more sense to carry on and release it elsewhere in order to build hype to get it through greenlight.

That wording does sound promising, but I'm not going to read into it too much.
You got some weird priorities. I understand why people might not like Steam, but when shit like this goes above getting a good game it just stops making sense.

I guess I wrote that thing about not getting Steam and stopping development rather pointlessly, it's definitely gonna get on Steam.

Anyway, I saw you in that thread on steam community forums, so you know other distribution methods have not been discarded and it hasn't been completely tied to Steam. I think that guarantees at least an attempt to talk to other distributors to try and work out a deal.
Oh my fucking god yes. YES.
AWW, HELL YEAH! :D Upvoted!