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Marioface5: We probably shouldn't have paid so much attention to a random post on the internet that had no evidence behind it. Though I think that was Skyrim and Fallout 3.
But if we can't believe random posts on the internet what can we believe?
Who knows what games lurk in the heart of GOG...? My reputation's ruined... *mutter, mutter, grumble* :-P

I still hold onto the *hope* that we'll see the release of certain games, even if I don't necessarily *believe* it.
Post edited May 19, 2016 by blakstar
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karnak1: But these have been some awful days. And I was hoping that strolling along the green forests of Tamriel would cheer me up.
Jeremy Soule would like to spend 40 minutes making you feel better.
Post edited May 19, 2016 by a4plz
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karnak1: But these have been some awful days. And I was hoping that strolling along the green forests of Tamriel would cheer me up.
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a4plz: Jeremy Soule would like to spend 40 minutes making you feel better.
Thanks, man.
Much apreciated :)
Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun, a ninja-themed Commandos-like game, is coming to GOG according to the devs:
http://steamcommunity.com/app/418240/discussions/0/357284131791936063/#c357284131792226242
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SCPM: Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun, a ninja-themed Commandos-like game, is coming to GOG according to the devs:
http://steamcommunity.com/app/418240/discussions/0/357284131791936063/#c357284131792226242
Oh false prophet!! Where is our Fallout: New Vegas?! :-P
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blakstar: Oh false prophet!! Where is our Fallout: New Vegas?! :-P
Unfortunately, GOG has successfully obfuscated all API entries that were marked 'secret'. Even if I could find new API entries anymore, we wouldn't be able to read them. I'm sure New Vegas is coming, the only question is how long must we wait. Perhaps someday soon, I'll get inspired and come up with some other method of peeking at future releases. ;)
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blakstar: Oh false prophet!! Where is our Fallout: New Vegas?! :-P
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SCPM: Unfortunately, GOG has successfully obfuscated all API entries that were marked 'secret'. Even if I could find new API entries anymore, we wouldn't be able to read them. I'm sure New Vegas is coming, the only question is how long must we wait. Perhaps someday soon, I'll get inspired and come up with some other method of peeking at future releases. ;)
It's all OK, anyhow -- the longer they take, the more time I have to save up for the various releases. :-)
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blakstar: Oh false prophet!! Where is our Fallout: New Vegas?! :-P
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SCPM: Unfortunately, GOG has successfully obfuscated all API entries that were marked 'secret'. Even if I could find new API entries anymore, we wouldn't be able to read them. I'm sure New Vegas is coming, the only question is how long must we wait. Perhaps someday soon, I'll get inspired and come up with some other method of peeking at future releases. ;)
So, in your opinion, Bethesda did get enough sales to see GOG as a viable "vintage" storefront?
Lumo looks fantastic - hope it plays just as good!
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SCPM: Unfortunately, GOG has successfully obfuscated all API entries that were marked 'secret'. Even if I could find new API entries anymore, we wouldn't be able to read them. I'm sure New Vegas is coming, the only question is how long must we wait. Perhaps someday soon, I'll get inspired and come up with some other method of peeking at future releases. ;)
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Rusty_Gunn: So, in your opinion, Bethesda did get enough sales to see GOG as a viable "vintage" storefront?
Obviously they do. Question is, what games in their catalog do they consider 'vintage' enough to let gog distribute. 2 years after release? 4 years? Integrated/non-integrated mod workshop? Still releasing DLC? Post-release date for any GOTY editions? The answer should be simple, but because of Steam's spider-like web it has created for PC gaming, it has become a needlessly complicated issue.
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SCPM: Unfortunately, GOG has successfully obfuscated all API entries that were marked 'secret'. Even if I could find new API entries anymore, we wouldn't be able to read them. I'm sure New Vegas is coming, the only question is how long must we wait. Perhaps someday soon, I'll get inspired and come up with some other method of peeking at future releases. ;)
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Rusty_Gunn: So, in your opinion, Bethesda did get enough sales to see GOG as a viable "vintage" storefront?
Well, at least in my unsolicited opinion, Bethesda got enough sales in GOG for GOG to question the release of many "lesser" games. And I hope those where enough for Zenimax, as I'm pretty interested in Arkane's games and the new Wolfensteins.
Post edited May 20, 2016 by rgnrk
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SCPM: Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun, a ninja-themed Commandos-like game, is coming to GOG according to the devs:
http://steamcommunity.com/app/418240/discussions/0/357284131791936063/#c357284131792226242
Looks very interesting...
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Rusty_Gunn: So, in your opinion, Bethesda did get enough sales to see GOG as a viable "vintage" storefront?
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Emob78: Obviously they do. Question is, what games in their catalog do they consider 'vintage' enough to let gog distribute. 2 years after release? 4 years? Integrated/non-integrated mod workshop? Still releasing DLC? Post-release date for any GOTY editions? The answer should be simple, but because of Steam's spider-like web it has created for PC gaming, it has become a needlessly complicated issue.
for me, I've always liked the idea of Bethesda putting out an "unsteamed" drm-free version when they are "finished" with a title (done with patches & DLC) about a year or so after release.