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Hi everyone,
I'm not posting on GOG very often so i don't know how tagging system work here and i don't know who to tag in the first place anyway.

So if someone can tag the GOG team i would appreciate.

Here's the first list of fixes (which apparently doesn't fix all the issues)

https://www.nexusmods.com/dragonsdogma/mods/685?tab=description

The other list is to restore the berserk equipments from the PS3 and X360 which is also absent from the steam version. There's a mod to restore it in both steam and GOG version however i would like an official release it's always cool.

https://www.nexusmods.com/dragonsdogma/mods/776?tab=description

It's time that the GOG version get some love.
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MasterDarkseid: It's time that the GOG version get some love.
You can forget about a game on GOG, any game, getting fan content and unofficial fixes made of copyrighted files downloaded from other platform. Not in your lifetime, not in million years.
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MasterDarkseid: It's time that the GOG version get some love.
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zadymek: You can forget about a game on GOG, any game, getting fan content and unofficial fixes made of copyrighted files downloaded from other platform. Not in your lifetime, not in million years.
I'm not asking for mod to be released officially but have those proper fix and content added officially. They are in the game files. As for fixes they are fixes made on the steam version not the GOG version. The mod just try to add some parity but it's not complete.
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MasterDarkseid: I'm not asking for mod to be released officially but have those proper fix and content added officially. They are in the game files. As for fixes they are fixes made on the steam version not the GOG version. The mod just try to add some parity but it's not complete.
You are asking the wrong party. Only Capcom can introduce patches. And since they are openly pro-Steam (sabotaging the competitor in your face) they will obviously ignore such requests (they ignored mine). The GOG version can only get hate, deal with it. That's one.

And two, the problem is with the other "fix" cause "they" are NOT in game files. Berserk armors use files copied from Dragon's Dogma Online and introduced illegally to Dragon's Dogma Dark Arisen. Consider Capcom the lazy one in this setup,but they have every right to block such "fix"s distribution into oblivion. Anyway, the point is: this will never be a part of offcial release.
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zadymek: Consider Capcom the lazy one in this setup,but they have every right to block such "fix"s distribution into oblivion. Anyway, the point is: this will never be a part of offcial release.
No, as a consumer I blame GOG who are the ones who sold me the game in the first place. Did Capcom put a gun to their heads and force them to put their game on sale on the platform? GOG showed lack of ethics selling an incomplete game. It's their fault they are selling a broken game on their platform.
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THX1342: No, as a consumer I blame GOG who are the ones who sold me the game in the first place. Did Capcom put a gun to their heads and force them to put their game on sale on the platform? GOG showed lack of ethics selling an incomplete game. It's their fault they are selling a broken game on their platform.
Actually, Capcom is the only entity allowed to put the game on sale. Unless the distribution in this particular store is somhow different than the industry standard, that's Capcom that has the audacity to put the game, the game they abandoned, on sale. All GOG can do is cancel the deal and remove the game from store. Would you like that?

Now, idk exactly what GOG staff can do about the game card in their own store, but they definitely shuldn't mention multiplayer there.
Fun fact: among listed features of the game there is no multiplayer. So it's possible that above mentioned notes (one lyin in your face) about multi are an omission.
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THX1342: No, as a consumer I blame GOG who are the ones who sold me the game in the first place. Did Capcom put a gun to their heads and force them to put their game on sale on the platform? GOG showed lack of ethics selling an incomplete game. It's their fault they are selling a broken game on their platform.
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zadymek: Actually, Capcom is the only entity allowed to put the game on sale. Unless the distribution in this particular store is somhow different than the industry standard, that's Capcom that has the audacity to put the game, the game they abandoned, on sale. All GOG can do is cancel the deal and remove the game from store. Would you like that?
Yes, I would like that. Would show GOG has integrity about the games they are selling. They should pull this game off the GOG store. It's the right thing to do.
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zadymek: Now, idk exactly what GOG staff can do about the game card in their own store, but they definitely shuldn't mention multiplayer there.
Fun fact: among listed features of the game there is no multiplayer. So it's possible that above mentioned notes (one lyin in your face) about multi are an omission.
LMFAO, sure.
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zadymek: Actually, Capcom is the only entity allowed to put the game on sale. Unless the distribution in this particular store is somhow different than the industry standard, that's Capcom that has the audacity to put the game, the game they abandoned, on sale. All GOG can do is cancel the deal and remove the game from store. Would you like that?
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THX1342: Yes, I would like that. Would show GOG has integrity about the games they are selling. They should pull this game off the GOG store. It's the right thing to do.
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zadymek: Now, idk exactly what GOG staff can do about the game card in their own store, but they definitely shuldn't mention multiplayer there.
Fun fact: among listed features of the game there is no multiplayer. So it's possible that above mentioned notes (one lyin in your face) about multi are an omission.
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THX1342: LMFAO, sure.
This is exactly what they did with the new Hitman game, so there is a precedent.
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InfiniteClouds: This is exactly what they did with the new Hitman game, so there is a precedent.
That's not exactly comparable. Hitman case was a matter of a hidden DRM. Also, there was a backlash at releasing a game with hidden DRM on GOG, which is by principle a DRM free platform.
DDDA is a case of a game abandoned by the developer. And Hardly anyone cared about displaying an uproar to GOG decidents.If anything there should be a lawsuit in the works not withdrawal from the store.
I blame Capcom for this. Capcom is the one that chose not to update the game on GOG and leave it broken, abandoning not only future customers, but also (and specially) the customers that had already bought it here. That is why, while I think Dragon's Dogma looks like a game I would enjoy very much, I don't want to reward this kind of behaviour and I won't buy it.