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Exactly. What I meant is, you do not talk about agreements before you finalize them. Because when something doesn't work out, you don't need to explain, apologize, etc etc.

But you can be sure, as fast as GOG and EA set everyrthing out, we will be informed ;)
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Miaghstir: gaining publicity
I certainly agree with you that the incentive for sharing that information is public relations work, but that is information specific. I'm sorry, I should have been more concrete, my bad there.
Executer, the one who keeveek replied to, explicitly mentions project/bug tracker, change-log, a more responsive and visible support and an officially supported (properly working ;)) feature/game wishlist.
Non of which is exactly 'talking business' and often found in today's gaming industry as well (in varying degrees), so I assumed that keeveek was taking the 'business' term lax.
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Vagabond: I know the source. It's reliable.
It's not quite that simple; give us some credit. :P
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Vagabond: I know the source. It's reliable.
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TheEnigmaticT: It's not quite that simple; give us some credit. :P
ENIGMATIC IS CREDIT TO TEAM!!
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timppu: I always found it quite odd that so many (apparently EA) games were missing expansion packs due to "licensing issues", as if the add-on packs were always published by some other company or something.
They may be published by the same company, but in all likelihood the IP rights may be held by the original developer (or who ever bought them out).
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Vagabond: I know the source. It's reliable.
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TheEnigmaticT: It's not quite that simple; give us some credit. :P
Finally. I was wondering when you would calm people down. Way too much was read into that tweet.
Post edited August 31, 2011 by Kabuto
But this still means: THEY'RE COMING!!!
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keeveek: But this still means: THEY'RE COMING!!!
Does it? How?
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keeveek: But this still means: THEY'RE COMING!!!
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spindown: Does it? How?
Not how.. WHO!
The aliens? The Russians? ;)
Well, the lack of expansions doesn't bother me in the least, but it'll be interesting to see how and when this situation will be concluded anyway.
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Vagabond: I know the source. It's reliable.
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TheEnigmaticT: It's not quite that simple; give us some credit. :P
Do it yourself, we're not exactly in a position to give you store credit now are we.
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spindown: Does it? How?
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Executer: Not how.. WHO!
The aliens? The Russians? ;)
I'm guessing the Vikings, first they sent a scout, now it's a raiding party.

Best, be running before they pillage your women and rape your village.
Post edited August 31, 2011 by hedwards
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hedwards: we're not exactly in a position to give you store credit now are we
I think TheEnigmaticT is sad or mad on never getting any gift codes, so send some his way to cheer the poor fellow up. Easy way to give him credit, well, sort of anyway!


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hedwards: the Vikings
You mean The Lost Vikings have been recovered and are coming to GOG now? Seeing kind of the predecessor of Trine here would be fun!
*grins and teases*
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Fujek: You mean The Lost Vikings have been recovered and are coming to GOG now?
Considering the ways Blizzard swings these days, level passwords for The Lost Vikings would have to be sold separately from the game, in bundles of one.
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Fujek: You mean The Lost Vikings have been recovered and are coming to GOG now?
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grviper: Considering the ways Blizzard swings these days, level passwords for The Lost Vikings would have to be sold separately from the game, in bundles of one.
Don't forget they must charge twice as much as any other non collectors edition out there...
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Fujek: I think TheEnigmaticT is sad or mad on never getting any gift codes...
I guess as part of the GOG team he already has every game *dreamjob* ;)