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Eternal.571: topic
unfortunately, no. i tried load the steam saves, and they appear as corrupted.

I tried a Steam save I found online with the GOG version of Darksiders 1. You can get it to work if you open the save file in a hex editor and replace 5 specific bytes with all zeros (0x0000000000). The Steam version apparently injects a unique ID (possibly your Steam ID) into the save file, but the GOG version expects that value to be zeroed out. You can see more information about those 5 bytes here on the Steam forums.

I don't know, however, if the Steam version's save files have the exact same structure as GOG's version's save files. You're welcome to try it, but don't be surprised if things get buggy.
Post edited May 24, 2015 by bryanburke