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Yes, there is a discount buying the three Sam & Max series. For 22,47 € ..
Thank you for letting us know, but this shows how digital distribution has no reliability whatsoever.
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Risingson: Thank you for letting us know, but this shows how digital distribution has no reliability whatsoever.
How is it unreliable? They are letting those who bought it keep their games/access to redownload such.
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ChrisGamer300: No because Telltale the publisher and developer is gone, who's holding the rights now or where they are i don't know but it's clear nothing will be discounted here before they are gone.
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fr33kSh0w2012: Skybound ----> The Walking Dead

HBO ----> Game of Thrones

Gearbox Software ----> Tales from the Borderlands

DC ----> Batman and The Wolf Among Us

Marvel ----> Guardians of the Galaxy

Mojang ----> Minecraft

Universal Studios ----> Jurassic Park

Amblin Entertainment/Universal ----> Back to the future

Graham Annable ----> Puzzle Agent
What about Sam & Max? Anyone know who's got the rights to that?
Damn, they could wait and do a discount for the summer sales, i am saving to the sales :)
If the Batman and Tales of borderlands goes on sale on gog, I will buy it immediately.
Currently, these games are too pricey.
I keep reading the thread title of this topic, every time it comes into view, as:

'All remaining games being delisted from the catalogue'

And end up having a bit of a heart flutter, as my mind seems to be deliberately omitting the 'Telltale' part.
Yeah later Telltale releases are crazy expensive here in GOG in comparison to the rest of storefronts (Humble, Greenman, Steam)
Post edited May 24, 2019 by Nacery
:( Sad
Thanks for letting us know though.
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Risingson: Thank you for letting us know, but this shows how digital distribution has no reliability whatsoever.
well, there is one kind of digital distribution that is 100% reliable in cases such as these
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Nacery: Yeah later Telltale releases are crazy expensive here in GOG in comparison to the rest of storefronts (Humble, Greenman, Steam)
It was probably set up that way by the devs on purpose to push sales more on steam/etc.
Maybe it would be possible to add some of the games to our library via gog-connect? Would love to add Tales from the Borderlands to my library, but 22,99 € is a bit too much for me, for a game, I already own on Steam. I've already had some games I purchased twice, since I prefer to have my games drm free. But I'm not willing, to spend that much, to be honest...

Oh, and thanks to GOG, for letting us know about the upcoming removal of the games!
Post edited May 24, 2019 by WoodenKiwi
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WoodenKiwi: Maybe it would be possible to add some of the games to our library via gog-connect? Would love to add Tales from the Borderlands to my library, but 22,99 € is a bit too much for me, for a game, I already own on Steam. I've already had some games I purchased twice, since I prefer to have my games drm free. But I'm not willing, to spend that much, to be honest...

Oh, and thanks to GOG, for letting us know about the upcoming removal of the games!
I would love to see this. I have a few of the games on Steam but not DRM free the way I prefer my games
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fr33kSh0w2012: Skybound ----> The Walking Dead

HBO ----> Game of Thrones

Gearbox Software ----> Tales from the Borderlands

DC ----> Batman and The Wolf Among Us

Marvel ----> Guardians of the Galaxy

Mojang ----> Minecraft

Universal Studios ----> Jurassic Park

Amblin Entertainment/Universal ----> Back to the future

Graham Annable ----> Puzzle Agent
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SAMPLE_NAME: What about Sam & Max? Anyone know who's got the rights to that?
Steven Purcell? I think.
Post edited May 24, 2019 by fr33kSh0w2012
I think we all knew this day was coming. But it's still a bit of a disappointment to see them go. For all their faults I did have some good experiences with Telltale.