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Would love to get Thief. I don't expect it's as good as the first three, but still.

Also, Darkwood looks promising.
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IronArcturus: Now that game looks pretty cool!
Yeah, I wish GOG could get the later Deux Ex games rather than the latest Thief series.
No kidding, having Human Revolution DRM free would mean so much more than the very average Thief 4.
If Thief 4 is coming here, it probably won't arrive alone. It'll be a part of another wave of games from Square-Enix that may also include Human Revolution.
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Barry_Woodward: If Thief 4 is coming here, it probably won't arrive alone. It'll be a part of another wave of games from Square-Enix that may also include Human Revolution.
Pleeeease don't get my hopes up, I'd explode if Squeenix decided to bring their modern releases here.

Hell I'd even buy that POS FF13 to show support.
Post edited January 05, 2015 by ReynardFox
I could live with it, as long as it comes along with Human Revolution and Sleeping Dogs Definitive Edition that is.

Director's Cut of Human Revolution would be ideal. The Dungeon Siege series and Tomb Raider (2013) wouldn't hurt matters any either though...
Post edited January 05, 2015 by EnforcerSunWoo
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EnforcerSunWoo: I could live with it, as long as it comes along with Human Revolution and Sleeping Dogs Definitive Edition that is.

Director's Cut of Human Revolution would be ideal. The Dungeon Siege series and Tomb Raider (2013) wouldn't hurt matters any either though...
No, Anything but the Director's cut. >_<
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Daliz: [...] but the new Thief didn't get a very good reception.
The new Thief is a pretty decent game. Squeenix just made the mistake to call it "Thief", because there's not much left of the old Thief series. But when you manage to get this Thief thing out of your head, this game is really enjoyable.

The customization is where it really shines. You can set a very, very, VERY personal difficulty for yourself. I'm not just talking about enemy health or AI here. You can turn off every single part of the HUD or ingame hints. I killed the mini map, navigation markers, health bar, interaction notifiers (Press "E" to...), object highlights (the crap thing that shows you which items you can pick up) and similar stuff that breaks immersion. This alone made a huge difference! And if you're still up for more, you can add some modifiers (additional challenges), like "No damage" (you don't have health - one hit and you're done) or even "No alarm" (mission failed if a guard gets alarmed). I highly recommend one of those two, additionally to "No focus" (Focus = slow motion button) and the modifier that leaves you with the special arrows only (water, rope, etc.).

@more recent Squeenix games
I have most of them already (Tomb Raider, Thief, Hitman Absolution, Deus Ex: HR), but I think I'd buy them again on GOG, just to show Squeenix that they don't have to be afraid of GOG. I like most of their games, so I'd like to see them here.
Post edited January 05, 2015 by real.geizterfahr
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omega64: No, Anything but the Director's cut. >_<
Is it still that bad?
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Daliz: [...] but the new Thief didn't get a very good reception.
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real.geizterfahr: The new Thief is a pretty decent game. Squeenix just made the mistake to call it "Thief", because there's not much left of the old Thief series. But when you manage to get this Thief thing out of your head, this game is really enjoyable.

The customization is where it really shines. You can set a very, very, VERY personal difficulty for yourself. I'm not just talking about enemy health or AI here. You can turn off every single part of the HUD or ingame hints. I killed the mini map, navigation markers, health bar, interaction notifiers (Press "E" to...), object highlights (the crap thing that shows you which items you can pick up) and similar stuff that breaks immersion. This alone made a huge difference! And if you're still up for more, you can add some modifiers (additional challenges), like "No damage" (you don't have health - one hit and you're done) or even "No alarm" (mission failed if a guard gets alarmed). I highly recommend one of those two, additionally to "No focus" (Focus = slow motion button) and the modifier that leaves you with the special arrows only (water, rope, etc.).

@more recent Squeenix games
I have most of them already (Tomb Raider Thief, Hitman Absolution, Deus Ex: HR), but I think I'd buy them again on GOG, just to show Squeenix that they don't have to be afraid of GOG. I like most of their games, so I'd like to see them here.
I've played about an hour or 2 and just couldn't get over how weird the movement felt. Especially considering you can't actually jump.
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omega64: I've played about an hour or 2 and just couldn't get over how weird the movement felt. Especially considering you can't actually jump.
Not beeing able to jump is a bit weird, yes... But... I got used to it pretty quickly. I realized that you don't really want to jump where the game won't allow you to jump, so it wasn't that bad ;) It's a little bit annoying, but it doesn't ruin the game.
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Daliz: [...] but the new Thief didn't get a very good reception.
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real.geizterfahr: The new Thief is a pretty decent game. Squeenix just made the mistake to call it "Thief", because there's not much left of the old Thief series. But when you manage to get this Thief thing out of your head, this game is really enjoyable.

The customization is where it really shines. You can set a very, very, VERY personal difficulty for yourself. I'm not just talking about enemy health or AI here. You can turn off every single part of the HUD or ingame hints. I killed the mini map, navigation markers, health bar, interaction notifiers (Press "E" to...), object highlights (the crap thing that shows you which items you can pick up) and similar stuff that breaks immersion. This alone made a huge difference! And if you're still up for more, you can add some modifiers (additional challenges), like "No damage" (you don't have health - one hit and you're done) or even "No alarm" (mission failed if a guard gets alarmed). I highly recommend one of those two, additionally to "No focus" (Focus = slow motion button) and the modifier that leaves you with the special arrows only (water, rope, etc.).

@more recent Squeenix games
I have most of them already (Tomb Raider, Thief, Hitman Absolution, Deus Ex: HR), but I think I'd buy them again on GOG, just to show Squeenix that they don't have to be afraid of GOG. I like most of their games, so I'd like to see them here.
I see, maybe I'll give it a shot one day if it appears here. Those customization thingies sound cool.
Contacted of the [url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6aVzoUg3yPA]Sunless Sea game and they responded that they are interested in a gog release but nothing yet definite for now. If they decide to release it here it will be sometime after the game gets out of early access.
It might be interesting to note that its similar to Darkwood with its game theme but its happening on the sea.

Game trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SJN-u8qYWC8
Post edited January 07, 2015 by Matruchus
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omega64: No, Anything but the Director's cut. >_<
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Grargar: Is it still that bad?
They never really bothered to fix it so yes. It has more bugs than the original version but they took the original of sale anyway.
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Matruchus: Contacted of the [url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6aVzoUg3yPA]Sunless Sea game and they responded that they are interested in a gog release but nothing yet definite for now. If they decide to release it here it will be sometime after the game gets out of early access.
It might be interesting to note that its similar to Darkwood with its game theme but its happening on the sea.

Game trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SJN-u8qYWC8
Yeah it's definitely an interesting game. I own it on Humble Store and have early access. Would be nice if it comes to GOG. I would buy it here again only to support the developers.
Its january. Anyone got a mini list of games that reported will be on GOG this month? (wasnt Xulima one of them? - too lazy to check)