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Just a smile price to pay.

Batman: The Enemy Within Episode Two, is now available, DRM-Free on GOG.com with a 15% launch discount until October 13, 2PM UTC.
His run-in with Riddler was only the beginning: in order to reach the bottom of this emerging threat, Bruce falls deeper in with John Doe's eccentric company and soon realizes that finding his way out might not be as easy as he thought.

NOTE: The Mac version will become available at a later date.


Watch the trailer.
Post edited October 06, 2017 by maladr0Id
*crickets*
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finkleroy: *crickets*
What do you expect? Batman lives in the shadows. :)
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finkleroy: *crickets*
Yeah, not a big fan of episodic television shows masquerading as video games...Telltale is the brain-child of EA CEO john riccitiello and has his rotten presence infecting that company after all, so it's an insta-no-buy from me as I will not let that scumbag profit in any way from my purchase of a telltale "game"
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takezodunmer2005: Yeah, not a big fan of episodic television shows masquerading as video games...Telltale is the brain-child of EA CEO john riccitiello and has his rotten presence infecting that company after all, so it's an insta-no-buy from me as I will not let that scumbag profit in any way from my purchase of a telltale "game"
Personally, I found myself enjoy rather a lot most of Telltale games. About as much as I generally detest QTE in other games.

While not a big fan of Batman franchise, I found them interesting enough to purchase the first title. And... frankly, the utterly un-optimized mess that it turned out to be made me forego any further Telltale titles until they are on a very, very steep discount.

I'm not paying $20-$30 to watch a slide-show on a computer that has no problems with maximized settings for Witcher 3.
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Lukaszmik: Personally, I found myself enjoy rather a lot most of Telltale games. About as much as I generally detest QTE in other games.
Have to admit that I agree for the simple reason they brought back a few of the older series that I grew up on.
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takezodunmer2005: Yeah, not a big fan of episodic television shows masquerading as video games...Telltale is the brain-child of EA CEO john riccitiello and has his rotten presence infecting that company after all, so it's an insta-no-buy from me as I will not let that scumbag profit in any way from my purchase of a telltale "game"
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Lukaszmik: Personally, I found myself enjoy rather a lot most of Telltale games. About as much as I generally detest QTE in other games.

While not a big fan of Batman franchise, I found them interesting enough to purchase the first title. And... frankly, the utterly un-optimized mess that it turned out to be made me forego any further Telltale titles until they are on a very, very steep discount.

I'm not paying $20-$30 to watch a slide-show on a computer that has no problems with maximized settings for Witcher 3.
Yeah, I detest that scum-bag shittytiello enough not to touch any of his games!

Telltale may have master story writers, but they're not that great as to inspire me to buy any of their games! It's too easy to abuse the episotic format! $20-30 per 4-5 hour episodes is too much of a rip-off for me to blow my money on.