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"We're working on it but hoping to go live within a few hours."
Source: https://twitter.com/carolineliddick/status/808765668589871104

Steam also received a performance path today.
http://steamcommunity.com/games/498240/announcements/detail/528441854365219555
Not a problem for me since I've only played the first episode.
Out on Steam, http://steamcommunity.com/app/498240/discussions/0/154643720194053301/

We will most likely see it tomorrow, the 14th for the US
Post edited December 14, 2016 by opticq
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opticq: Out on Steam, http://steamcommunity.com/app/498240/discussions/0/154643720194053301/

We will most likely see it tomorrow, the 14th for the US
i bet on 15
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opticq: Out on Steam, http://steamcommunity.com/app/498240/discussions/0/154643720194053301/

We will most likely see it tomorrow, the 14th for the US
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Dahaka: i bet on 15
Looks like you're right. -sobs-
It's kind of irritating that we've paid fairly the same price for the game, yet we're constantly being delayed with each episode in comparison to other platforms. Guess that's a sign not to buy TTG games from GOG :(
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jasiek_barca: It's kind of irritating that we've paid fairly the same price for the game, yet we're constantly being delayed with each episode in comparison to other platforms. Guess that's a sign not to buy TTG games from GOG :(
The issue is with TTG not GOG.
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jasiek_barca: It's kind of irritating that we've paid fairly the same price for the game, yet we're constantly being delayed with each episode in comparison to other platforms. Guess that's a sign not to buy TTG games from GOG :(
And give them what they want by switching back to DRM platform? It's not GOG's fault for putting customers above profit, it's the developers who want to make DRM-free less convenient than putting up with DRM and all that comes with it. Don't let devs get away with that attitude. GOG is a great service and it needs its customers' support when devs, like TTG treat GOG customers like second class and want them to see it as GOG's fault.
Its ridiculous...
Why gog users have to wait longer than steam users?( If gog can not do anything with it, I prefer to buy with DRM on steam than to wait longer. Sorry GOG, i love you but normal release more important.
Sorry for bad english, I write through on Google Translate
Episode 5 was also delayed for STEAM it was out on 14th instead of 13th so its TTG fault not GOG.
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jasiek_barca: It's kind of irritating that we've paid fairly the same price for the game, yet we're constantly being delayed with each episode in comparison to other platforms. Guess that's a sign not to buy TTG games from GOG :(
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Void_Dweller: And give them what they want by switching back to DRM platform? (...) GOG is a great service and it needs its customers' support when devs, like TTG treat GOG customers like second class and want them to see it as GOG's fault.
Honestly? From my subjective point of view, as a consumer, DRM-free or not, if I decide to buy a game, I expect it to be delivered on time in a playable state. My goal is to play the game, nothing more. If product X (that I am going to buy anyway) doesn't work on a platform 1, next time I will do what any other sensible person would - I'll give platform 2 a go.

Besides guys - reading comprehension. I never said I'm never going to buy ANYTHING from GOG again. I only said I am not going to buy *TTG games* from GOG and that's a huge difference. I'll still use GOG for other games, 'cause I like the platform and its pricing offer but as far as TTG work is concerned - well, that's a showstopper for me.
If telltale doesnt want to support drm free gaming then they should just stop selling there games on gog. It's stupit that we have to wait longer because of there issues with selling drm free games.
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jasiek_barca: Honestly? From my subjective point of view, as a consumer, DRM-free or not, if I decide to buy a game, I expect it to be delivered on time in a playable state. My goal is to play the game, nothing more. If product X (that I am going to buy anyway) doesn't work on a platform 1, next time I will do what any other sensible person would - I'll give platform 2 a go.
Of course you can do with your money whatever you want and have your games however you want, that is until devs and publishers will tell you that you can't play the game you bought until you pass multiple steps of proving them that you didn't steal it each time you want to play it, meanwhile those who "steal" can just launch games and play them hassle-free. Buying games by devs who treat GOG customers as second rate I'm making a statement, that I'd rather endure some inconveniences but still have my games without DRM and there is a demand for DRM-free games, if they won't play nice with anti-DRM gamers, their competitors will eventially. I'm encouraging you to see the bigger picture, not just your immediate and personal needs and wants.
Well i can see both sides. Supporting DRM free games is good, but in this case there is still someone "lying" about release dates... Constantly...

Already preordered Walking Dead S3 on Steam. I'm sorry GoG...
Post edited December 15, 2016 by JayGee7485