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Cat on a hot tin platform.

UPDATE: The bonus OST offer has been extended! Until further notice, buying the game will get you the 19-track soundtrack for FREE, as a bonus goodie.

Bubsy: The Woolies Strike Back is now available on GOG.com.
An all-new adventure starring the beloved crafty bobcat of the '90s, now looking for the mythical Golden Fleece while out-platforming and out-quipping legions of Woolies and dreadful extraterrestrials.

Watch the trailer.
Post edited November 08, 2017 by maladr0Id
Horrendous price for an 1 (ONE!) hour long fit-for-toddlers-difficulty game. That alone is a scam. But the fact that the only half*** excuse for the length, leaderboards, aren't even available here leaves me speechless.
I hope at least some of the remaining humans at GOG feel ashamed.
The game is bugged and can not be run on certain win10 machines. A DX error...

http://steamcommunity.com/games/627910/announcements/detail/1453961373399675756

The game doesn't run on my laptop win10 either.

A new build is in the works, PLEASE UPLOAD IT AS SOON AS POSSIBLE GOG.

If I cannot play it, I will have to refund it. For this expensive price I expect a WORKING game. Thanks a lot. :(
Post edited November 02, 2017 by Anime-BlackWolf
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amcdermo: This is not the game we want, this is the game we deserve.
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HeartsAndRainbows: Speak for yourself. I think we deserve better. (Like West of Loathing.... ;) )
Enough people must be willing to buy it for them to make it. As long as people buy overpriced crap, overpriced crap will be brought here.
Don't worry: I only buy the cheap crap. ;)
(Although I'll most likely buy A Hat in Time, once it's out of beta and available for about 15 Euro.)
Post edited November 03, 2017 by HeartsAndRainbows
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HeartsAndRainbows: Speak for yourself. I think we deserve better. (Like West of Loathing.... ;) )
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amcdermo: Enough people must be willing to buy it for them to make it. As long as people buy overpriced crap, overpriced crap will be brought here.
Thats because there are millions of gamers , this way almost any game has its own 'audience' some people will buy any JRPG game no matter the story, many will buy any FPS so because of this these games exist and prices at 27 euros or even more will be asked.

I draw the line at 30 euros listprice , thats the absolute max, i know compared to the old currency before the ugly Euro was born ( good old guilders) i bought games at listprice of 129 so compared to the euro i should have a max listprice at 60 euros... :D, but there is no way i will ever fork that out even if i won a million euros or dollars 30 euro listprice is the max amount i would spend on any game, the reason is simple: the game i paid lots of cash for in the past are not being developed anymore. :D even the casual games are getting worse, lots of shovelware is appearing on steam.

Anyway i bought my first pcgame magazine 25 years ago and i probably wont buy it anylonger starting 2018, it got to expensive, games now reviewed also include PS and xbox ( thats been for a few years now) , leaving little space for PC reviews, given the fact that there will be less PC games reviewed and the fact 90% is fpp/shooter and or 3d or a console port to PC, there is nothing left i would buy.

11 isues a year x 6.50 euros = 71.50 x another 20 years would be 1.430 euros (assuming prices wont go up every 2 to 3 years)

I will dump the magazines with bad games in it and only keep the ones with games i like and bought, so i guess almost everything after 2010 will be dumped, if some mags have a few nice reviews of casualgames i have i might keep them.

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Ashnak: Horrendous price for an 1 (ONE!) hour long fit-for-toddlers-difficulty game. That alone is a scam. But the fact that the only half*** excuse for the length, leaderboards, aren't even available here leaves me speechless.
I hope at least some of the remaining humans at GOG feel ashamed.
I feel sad when i read posts and games are listpriced at 25 or 35 or even 39 euros.... and this happend recently, i see games at steam at 59 usd or 89 usd and that hurts, its also fun when i read the mixed reviews : such expensive games getting low reviews shows that having a high listprice never guarantees you deliver a great game :D

Thats when i started buying casualgames 8 years ago ( games at 1.99 to 9.99 euros which are often 20% off at release).
Post edited November 03, 2017 by gamesfreak64
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HeartsAndRainbows: Don't worry: I only buy the cheap crap. ;)
(Although I'll most likely buy A Hat in Time, once it's out of beta and available for about 15 Euro.)
15 bucks thats a nice listprice, :D, the higher listprice the more i will 'examine' the game to make sure i get value for money, after 2015 i got very critical cause i want to make sure i actually play the games i buy,too many games already hidden (various digital platforms) because i didnt examine the game enough to make absolutely sure i like it, i had many impuls buying, so now i watch all videos, try to get a demo first, then wait a while before i buy.
Post edited November 03, 2017 by gamesfreak64
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Anime-BlackWolf: The game is bugged and can not be run on certain win10 machines. A DX error...

http://steamcommunity.com/games/627910/announcements/detail/1453961373399675756

The game doesn't run on my laptop win10 either.

A new build is in the works, PLEASE UPLOAD IT AS SOON AS POSSIBLE GOG.

If I cannot play it, I will have to refund it. For this expensive price I expect a WORKING game. Thanks a lot. :(
Quickly browsed some reviews on steam and at least 16 or 17 negative reviews from the 38 so far the fun part is there seem to be games who always have a positive review, they arent aware of any bugs, the dont really mind the game is pretty short compared to its price, sometimes i wonder if those reviews are relatives or 'paid for' or given free codes at steam... its al very strange.

Steam is already looking into the cards thing cause apparently many got free codes/keys to post positive reviews....
i dont know if a publisher/dev at steam can remove or hide some reviews ( i hope not) but very often it says a game has 33 reviews for example and when i start reading it has 2 or 3 ? i checked it in chrome ff and ie and in the client to make sure its not a flaw , but in all cases the reviews were not there although the number read 33...
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gamesfreak64: Quickly browsed some reviews on steam and at least 16 or 17 negative reviews from the 38 so far the fun part is there seem to be games who always have a positive review, they arent aware of any bugs, the dont really mind the game is pretty short compared to its price, sometimes i wonder if those reviews are relatives or 'paid for' or given free codes at steam... its al very strange.

Steam is already looking into the cards thing cause apparently many got free codes/keys to post positive reviews....
i dont know if a publisher/dev at steam can remove or hide some reviews ( i hope not) but very often it says a game has 33 reviews for example and when i start reading it has 2 or 3 ? i checked it in chrome ff and ie and in the client to make sure its not a flaw , but in all cases the reviews were not there although the number read 33...
Steam publishers CAN delete reviews, at least this option came into business a few weeks ago if I am correct, to counter the review-bombing because of price changes after release (our friends at Paradox suffered from those for example). So I would not be surprised, if this is the case here. The discussion in the forum is quite mixed, with a few people complaining about the game not running. Correct me please, if I am wrong, but reviews at steam are not for eternity anymore...

Me personally I don't give a damn about the "short game time", because I am no "elite gamer" and will have problems to complete the game in 3 hours (yes, I would go after all bonuses...).

But I take it into consideration about the price tag and 30 euros is extremely overpriced, considering this is a "convertion" of "Giana Sisters Twisted Dreams", which I knew from the beginning.

At the moment Accolade still has some good will left from me, because the sale price in connection with the extra OST is still okay for me (but I can understand others to deeply disagree), otherwise I would not have taken the bait. The last week was very expensive ("Zwei", "Dying Light", a few of those removed games...), so I AM annoyed about the high price tag. But I fear, this "package" for this sale price will not be repeated in the NEAR future.

The good will is starting to disappear, since I believed the game would function without problems (as a "remake" of "Twisted Dreams", which works perfectly).

On the funny side: yesterday I installed the game TWICE (installer was okay, without galaxy), and the game did not start at all, with error messages. Then I installed "Twisted Dreams" over it... and it seems to run. WTF?

Please GOG, see into this and bring a corrected installer for "Bubsy". Thanks.
Post edited November 03, 2017 by Anime-BlackWolf
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Anime-BlackWolf: What is the australien price? In Germany I pay 19,99 Euro for "Cuphead" and 18,49 Euro for "Bubsy" (at the moment), 29,99 Euro without discount.

Either "Cuphead" is really cheap down under or "Bubsy" is WAY overpriced. See me shocked... oO
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ReynardFox: AU price, with discount is $25.09 and $37.99 without. Where Cuphead at full price is $19.99.
Like i said before 37.99 is to much for 1 game.

If the secret files (9.99 a piece) 4 games would be here ( Deepsilver is already at GOG) i would instabuy them ( i have them at steam with ugly DRM)

I would gladly pay 39 euros for these 4 old games .... but i guess these games will never arrive here DRM free.
Anyway it seems its harder getting old games that proved they were good then aquiring latest releases, many of the games coming to gog or already arrived at gog were reviewed in the latest pc magazines.

wishlist:

Animation Arts Collection
Lost Horizon
Lost Horizon 2

Secret Files Collection:

Secret Files Tunguska
Secret Files 2: Puritas Cordis
Secret Files 3
Secret Files: Sam Peters

Lost Chronicles of Zerzura

Tony Tough and the Night of the Roasted Moths
Nightlong
OST link does not work!!
OST doesn't show up in the game search either...must still be hidden...
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RWarehall: OST doesn't show up in the game search either...must still be hidden...
Should be fixed now, sorry!
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RWarehall: OST doesn't show up in the game search either...must still be hidden...
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JudasIscariot: Should be fixed now, sorry!
There now. Thanks for the quick response!
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Accatone: OST link does not work!!
It took 7 days for someone to notice. Sales are going well, I take it...?


Maybe take another look at the Community Wishlist? Not every wish on there is for a Blizzard or SNES game. There are plenty of candidates that would reach a lot more votes than Bubsy's 6. Dead Cells for example collected 470 votes.
Still no news on the seemingly absent leaderboards?
Post edited November 08, 2017 by Marioface5