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No man's island.


Seven: The Days Long Gone is now available for pre-order DRM-free on GOG.com with a 10% discount and the Shadowhand Armor DLC as pre-order bonuses.
An isometric open-world RPG that you can stealth or fight through as the talented master thief Teriel. Roam freely across the vast prison island of Peh using guile and manipulation to decide the fate of its inhabitants but be careful - your actions could steal your fate.

Go for the Digital Collector's Edition to get the Art book, a digital map of Peh, the Soundtrack, a Guide book, and the Shadowhand armor DLC.


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Post edited October 05, 2017 by maladr0Id
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Kakarot96: They usually get released for free after a while? Maybe you mean they usually release it as an extra DLC after a while (just for 1,99$/Eur, or something like that! lol)
Clarification: by "a while" I mean "a year or two, after which they've all been bundled into a 'complete' edition anyway".
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DebbieL: Clarification: by "a while" I mean "a year or two, after which they've all been bundled into a 'complete' edition anyway".
Ahh ok, ok, i agree then :D but even though they can release it first as a DLC and much later include it in the "complete" or "goty" edition ;)
Discussions about pre-order exclusives aside, is no one else irritated by the fact that the character in that promo screenshot is wearing some kind of neon-colored mask... in a Stealth game? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Game looks somewhat interesting, aside from that. Will wait for reviews and patches, as per usual. ( And no, not interested in pre-orders. )
Looks really good, add it to the wishlist for a reminder.
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JMich: Back to the 4 pillars of platformers. Controlling a character, gravity affecting, 2D plane viewed from the side and exploration. Does that mean that Super Mario 64 and Spyro the Dragon are not platformers?
3D platformers, yes. The piilars were for 2D platformers.
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NovumZ: Linux support and bought!

I'm sorry but I don't support single favored Operating System releases.
Give us a Choice

I think this preorder is to support the game devs?
> I think this preorder is to support the game devs?
This and an extra product visibility. I'd love to support indie EU devs. Done: (pre)"order completed successfully".

More about the game at http://seven-game.com/en/#faq
So why are we getting upset about this armor thing? I don't get it. It just seems like any extra crap that gets foisted on me when I start one of them ultimate edition games a la New Vegas or Dragon Age: Origins. I just end up dumping all the non-base items in the beginning because I know it'll seriously throw the game progression out of whack. That's the reason when I see "pre-order" item sets and think: so what? I'd just do the same there.

Making mountains out of mole hills will always be silly.
This looks moderately interesting. Any chance of a Linux version on the horizon?
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mistermumbles: So why are we getting upset about this armor thing? I don't get it. It just seems like any extra crap that gets foisted on me when I start one of them ultimate edition games a la New Vegas or Dragon Age: Origins. I just end up dumping all the non-base items in the beginning because I know it'll seriously throw the game progression out of whack. That's the reason when I see "pre-order" item sets and think: so what? I'd just do the same there.

Making mountains out of mole hills will always be silly.
I don't think it's about the value or importance of the pre-order bonus. People just don't like it when publishers try to bribe them into spending money before the official release -- before any significant amount of information about the quality of the game is available ( such as user reviews, bug reports etc. ).

Besides, I suspect most gamers prefer "complete" versions of their games, so it's frustrating if some part of the game, no matter how insignificant, could be permanently missing.
low rated
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CharlesGrey: [...]
Besides, I suspect most gamers prefer "complete" versions of their games, so it's frustrating if some part of the game, no matter how insignificant, could be permanently missing.
which is, off course, a bit rubbish. do they do the same with everything, or is it just for games?

If a neighbor builds an extension to his house, is mine incomplete? If you get a "directors cut" with cut scenes of a film as a bonus material, is my film incomplete? If you get fluffy dice for your car mirror, is my car incomplete? if you get a complementary chocolate on your pillow at the hotel, and I do not, is my holiday incomplete? and so on and so forth...
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CharlesGrey: [...]
Besides, I suspect most gamers prefer "complete" versions of their games, so it's frustrating if some part of the game, no matter how insignificant, could be permanently missing.
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amok: which is, off course, a bit rubbish. do they do the same with everything, or is it just for games?

If a neighbor builds an extension to his house, is mine incomplete? If you get a "directors cut" with cut scenes of a film as a bonus material, is my film incomplete? If you get fluffy dice for your car mirror, is my car incomplete? if you get a complementary chocolate on your pillow at the hotel, and I do not, is my holiday incomplete? and so on and so forth...
But i am paying the same as you to buy a "directors cut" and mine don't have the bonus materials because they wanted us to pay for that before the film was even made...I want to know first is the film is good, while you seem to have paid (the same amount) while they were still filming.

Also, it's not just a "bonus scene", but a feature that let's you play the movie on your video much better than mine, that plays with less FPS and feels clunky compared with yours...
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CharlesGrey: [...]
Besides, I suspect most gamers prefer "complete" versions of their games, so it's frustrating if some part of the game, no matter how insignificant, could be permanently missing.
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amok: which is, off course, a bit rubbish. do they do the same with everything, or is it just for games?

If a neighbor builds an extension to his house, is mine incomplete? If you get a "directors cut" with cut scenes of a film as a bonus material, is my film incomplete? If you get fluffy dice for your car mirror, is my car incomplete? if you get a complementary chocolate on your pillow at the hotel, and I do not, is my holiday incomplete? and so on and so forth...
Which is, of course, a collection of various analogies which are quite frankly a bit rubbish, because none of these actually describe a comparable situation.
Wish-listed, as gog is bombarding me with choices, but it is an eventual-buy! And no, I do not do Indev/EA/or pre-orders anymore thanks to the pricks that ruined Deus Ex MD!
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Ghorpm: Yeah, sort of. But pre-order exclusive means I'm no longer interested.
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Vythonaut: You're being harsh, sir. This thing "won’t slow you down as much as other armor sets in the same class" plus it's for you, not your horse! ;)
My last girlfriend said she was breaking up with me because I was "too fast". I don't really understand it, but I guess that once I buy the game I'll stick with the non-exclusive armors,

:p
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Ghorpm:
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_ChaosFox_: I should say I personally don't have any issue with you not considering The Swapper to be a platformer - everyone has the right to define genre boundaries for their own purposes as they see fit. But you shouldn't claim your definition to be the definitive one.
And neither should you, of course. But for what little value my own opinion has Ghorpm is right. I played Another world, Flashback and Abe's Odyssey and they all classify as platformers as far as I understand them. I can't judge Swapper tho because I didn't play it.
Also, seriously? Street Fighter is a platformer? What a... unusual evaluation. Well if it works for you, go ahead. I'm just saying, if GOG ever hires you I hope that you're not the guy that chooses the tags for the games.