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Wait, Tales of Monkey Island and Back to the Future: The Game are already delisted? When did this happen? :(

Dammit, I really should have re-bought these games when they were cheap instead of hoping for a GOG Connect or something similar. These were two of my favorite adventure games. Really sad to not be able to get a legit DRM-free version of these games anymore.

By the way, I really wish you put more visibility on delisting - I only found out about this through Eurogamer. I understand that you don't want to advertise such news too much, but the fact that I don't even see such news in my RSS/Atom feed is a bit problematic for consumers that might be on the edge for certain products like me.
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SmashManiac: Wait, Tales of Monkey Island and Back to the Future: The Game are already delisted? When did this happen? :(
GOG delisted it January 29 this year. You can see it here:

https://www.gog.com/forum/general/delisted_from_catalog_tales_of_monkey_island_back_to_the_future_the_game/page1
Post edited May 23, 2019 by ChrisGamer300
Hopefully Puzzle Agent won't end up in a legal clusterfuck and GOG will be able to bring it back in the future.
Thanks for the warning chandra. I hope they make their way back on GOG, without discounts, it's hard to buy anything. Especially now when GOG Summer Sale is around the corner.
Well, that sucks, still missing the first Batman game (got the second one for free, thanks again gog!).
Really hope we'll see them again at some point.
Post edited May 23, 2019 by NuffCatnip
Of the remaining line-up, I am currently missing Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy. I guess waiting for a discount was amiss.
I hope it can return under a different banner.

I see I missed out on Minecraft: Storymode - Season Two, since that was already delisted.

The Walking Dead: Final Season is one I hope will return to storefronts once completed and the Epic exclusivity revenue subsides.


I hope new homes will be available, so that these games can be purchased again.
i see epic is having the walking dead series on deep sale, you can pick up episodes for 5 bucks. shame to see it go, problems not withstanding, they still are good stories and art

picked up three episodes, i just want to see how it ends, (or does it, seeing as how they went under) hope these dont suffer the corrupted saves the last two did, for 5 bucks its not a loss if they do
Post edited May 23, 2019 by mintee
Fuck Epic
Fortunately the discount for buying all three Sam & Max season at once still applies
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uchristensen: The Walking Dead: Final Season is one I hope will return to storefronts once completed and the Epic exclusivity revenue subsides.
Me too, but I heard that Skybound is planning to make a remake of complete The Walking Dead. Meaning the chances for original to return to GOG are slim, still I really want to buy the original (for reasons...). I almost never purchase a pre-order and sudden removal from store was a complete cluster... (something I forgot what exactly), well something not really good.
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shadowlordm: Fuck Epic
I think this has nothing to do with Epic. Telltale is no more, only Skybound games still exists and thats the studio that went to publish TWD in Epic. I still think these games will be re-released again in the future by the studios who still holds the rights for the games (Skybound once the Epic sxclusive is finished, WB Games, Lucas/Disney and hopefully Steve Purcell will manage to do something with Sam & Max)
Post edited May 23, 2019 by Nacery
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shadowlordm: Fuck Epic
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Nacery: I think this has nothing to do with Epic. Telltale is no more, only Skybound games still exists and thats the studio that went to publish TWD in Epic. I still think these games will be re-released again in the future by the studios who still holds the rights for the games (Skybound once the Epic sxclusive is finished, WB Games, Lucas/Disney and hopefully Steve Purcell will manage to do something with Sam & Max)
The epics in this, too, are partly to blame, the last part of the Walking Dead from all the stores was also removed. Yes, there are different games ... this is not a reason to remove from the sale.

PS. Чертов Эпик стор.
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Nacery: I think this has nothing to do with Epic. Telltale is no more, only Skybound games still exists and thats the studio that went to publish TWD in Epic. I still think these games will be re-released again in the future by the studios who still holds the rights for the games (Skybound once the Epic sxclusive is finished, WB Games, Lucas/Disney and hopefully Steve Purcell will manage to do something with Sam & Max)
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shadowlordm: The epics in this, too, are partly to blame, the last part of the Walking Dead from all the stores was also removed. Yes, there are different games ... this is not a reason to remove from the sale.

PS. Чертов Эпик стор.
The closure of Telltale IS a reason to withdraw sales specially in licensed games. There must be someone taking account of the games sold and then have the split the license share fees to their respectives holders (i.e WB, Purcell, Disney orwhatever) but if the company selling is no more and there is no one to deal with this issue this procedure can't be done so the withrawal is needed in order to not get into legal issues with the license holders.

PS. I'm also pissed by all the Epic shenanigans with exclusivities but I don't think this is the case here.
Post edited May 23, 2019 by Nacery
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uchristensen: The Walking Dead: Final Season is one I hope will return to storefronts once completed and the Epic exclusivity revenue subsides.
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Cadaver747: Me too, but I heard that Skybound is planning to make a remake of complete The Walking Dead. Meaning the chances for original to return to GOG are slim, still I really want to buy the original (for reasons...). I almost never purchase a pre-order and sudden removal from store was a complete cluster... (something I forgot what exactly), well something not really good.
This....if some remasters/remakes are an indication, they'll likely try to "improve" various elements(possibly including removal of "problematic" content) as they do so.
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chandra: Sadly, we need to inform you that, due to company’s closure, all the remaining Telltale titles will be delisted from our catalog on Monday, May 27, 10am UTC.

The titles are as follows: the Wolf Among Us, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, Hector: Badge of Carnage, the Batman series, Sam & Max series, Puzzle Agent series, Tales from the Borderlands, and Strong Bad’s Cool Game for Attractive People.

For everyone who purchased any of said titles prior to delisting, the games will remain in their GOG library.
PLEASE have a 50% Memorial Day(?) sale for the rest of the TT games THIS WEEKEND! I desperately want to buy them, but cannot justify spending so much on games at the moment. Thank you!

~A willing customer.

PS: Regardless of no word from TT about a discount, couldn't GOG perhaps run a small discount sale?
Post edited May 23, 2019 by Microfish_1