And that's a roundabout way of wildly speculating that Mac support has finally come to GOG.com, albeit in an extremely limited manner (possibly even the DOSBox and/or ScummVM games only at first). Especially since GOG.com almost always tends to bag on Steam's DRM, maybe DRM-free gaming and cross-platform gaming will finally merge and coexist peaceably.
Sorry, dude. The guys who edited the videos did so on a Mac. Not to be a buzzkill, or anything.
Wait, I'm hardly living up to my nickname here; I'm being entirely too forthright.
V unir na njrfbzr ung. Sdkg, sl dwskl log gx lzw khwumdslagfk a'nw kwwf af lzak lzjwsv stgml gmj jwdwskwk fwpl owwc sjw ugjjwul.
There. That should be enigmatic enough to uphold my reputation. ;)
Too bad about the continuity error: guy putting on gloves, guy putting on helmet with bare hands...
I was hoping no one would notice that. >.>
i dont know what they did after witcher 2's launch, but i remember when i preordered it, they offered the difference in price between $ and € as credit to buy more games without actually paying. so i think the balance of pricing was kept
We still do.