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RPS April 6'th 2012
GOG Talks Preserving Value Of Games, Death Of DRM

RPS April 11'th 2012
Interview: GoG Speak Their Brains On All Things “G”
Post edited July 19, 2013 by amok
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mondo84: snip
Post the exact date and the site in bold, to make it easier to find.
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amok: snip
See above.
Post edited July 19, 2013 by Licurg
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mondo84: snip
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Licurg: Post the exact date and the site in bold, to make it easier to find.
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amok: snip
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Licurg: See above.
You could ask for the Harvard system of reference :)
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mondo84: snip
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Licurg: Post the exact date and the site in bold, to make it easier to find.
Fixed.
BUMP in case anyone missed this.
Nov 23,2011 gamersmint :


http://www.gamersmint.com/gog-breaks-cover-interview-with-good-old-games
July 29, 2013 - Destructoid
http://www.destructoid.com/gog-indies-nostalgia-and-the-evils-of-drm-258672.phtml

These parts stood out as most interesting to me:
"GOG also offers advances against royalties, which Rambourg claims is almost unheard of. "[A]nywhere from $5k to $50k USD isn't uncommon, depending on our estimates of how the game will do, and estimates on if the up-front advance will help make a substantially better game at launch."

"For now, Rambourg and his cohorts are focused on signing more day-one games, finding more unreleased titles within the libraries of their partners, and working on a secret project which will launch next year. Rambourg promises me that it will "knock my socks off."
Post edited July 29, 2013 by SCPM
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SCPM: "For now, Rambourg and his cohorts are focused on signing more day-one games, finding more unreleased titles within the libraries of their partners, and working on a secret project which will launch next year. Rambourg promises me that it will "knock my socks off."
More importantly, that looks like a shot from...

Carmageddon 2!!!
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Spinorial: More importantly, that looks like a shot from...

Carmageddon 2!!!
I KNOW !!!
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SCPM: "For now, Rambourg and his cohorts are focused on signing more day-one games, finding more unreleased titles within the libraries of their partners, and working on a secret project which will launch next year. Rambourg promises me that it will "knock my socks off."
Dang, nothing about a new partner. Secret project sounds interesting, but possibly also something Steam has already done. I hope to hear more about Homeworld coming here.
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Licurg: I made a thread where we can post any and all GOG-related info from other sites and discuss them, so we stop cluttering the forum. Bookmark this thread, and post the link, with the name of the site and date of the article/interview in bolded letters, as follows :

The Escapist 16 July 2013 :

http://www.escapistmagazine.com/news/view/126015-Good-Old-Games-Pirates-Are-Our-Competition-Not-Steam
"I would not put my faith in 'If Steam goes bankrupt you will magically have all your games to play,' I'm pretty sure you will magically have none of your games to play,"

I really hope Gabe Newell read this. It is awesome.
GOG interview on Destructiod: http://www.destructoid.com/gog-indies-nostalgia-and-the-evils-of-drm-258672.phtml

Originally posted by Mivas, I'm just adding it to this thread.
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HGiles: GOG interview on Destructiod: http://www.destructoid.com/gog-indies-nostalgia-and-the-evils-of-drm-258672.phtml

Originally posted by Mivas, I'm just adding it to this thread.
http://www.gog.com/forum/general/gog_in_the_mediainterviews/post22
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HGiles: GOG interview on Destructiod: http://www.destructoid.com/gog-indies-nostalgia-and-the-evils-of-drm-258672.phtml

Originally posted by Mivas, I'm just adding it to this thread.
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Licurg: http://www.gog.com/forum/general/gog_in_the_mediainterviews/post22
Oops. Sorry, reading fail.
Don't know if this was posted already but:
GOG.com Opens a New Indie Developer Portal - August 19, 2013
http://techcrunch.com/2013/08/19/gog-com-opens-a-new-indie-developer-portal-as-it-looks-to-broaden-its-drm-free-games-catalogue/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Techcrunch+%28TechCrunch%29
and it's up:
http://www.gog.com/indie
Post edited August 19, 2013 by SCPM