Yeah, the release dates are of course completely up in the air. Some of the titles do have images for logos and stuff already implemented. If the date for Fallout 3 given here
is true (and if the release is guaranteed at all), then I wouldn't expect New Vegas to show up any earlier than that. I mean, the API entry for New Vegas has Windows set to false. =\
At worst, if it is all some kind of elaborate hoax, it's all on GOG's end. >:3
Nice, I thought that might be what you were doing.. have you literally just put a load of random numbers in to that url till you got results?
I wonder when they might arrive then... :)
Actually, I came upon this idea later. There's another leak I'd been taking advantage of. ;) In both cases, I'm using iMacros to scrape, and I leave 'em running all day. In the api.gog.com case, you can query as much as 500 product ids at once.
My heart, it can't take it! Please say us point and click fans have some nice releases to look forward to. I don't need the title names, I want to be surprised.