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Makotolia: I guess XP is just the best for us who enjoy those gogs the most.
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Flagris: Damn, man, your temptation was irresistible... I've somehow finally managed to make my external 1Tb hard disk (storing about 850 old games) work under WinXP, and having weighed all other Pros and Cons I decided :) Meet your prodigal son going back, WinXP family! Death to posers, old-school will rule!
That’s cool to know!
According to one of the devs (www.gog.com/forum/general/dusk_just_got_released/post22) Dusk is DRM-Free on Steam. However, a GOG release is also in the works but no date has been announced yet.
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Geralt_of_Rivia: According to one of the devs (www.gog.com/forum/general/dusk_just_got_released/post22) Dusk is DRM-Free on Steam. However, a GOG release is also in the works but no date has been announced yet.
Thanks for the info. Game reminds me of the first quake.
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Both games are running out of the box without the Steam Client on Win7/64.
Post edited 5 days ago by MarkoH01
wish developers of games wouldnt just go to steam all the time, hell if they made hte game available on more platforms they would make more money, im just w aiting for my next sniper elite game on GOG
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moobot83: wish developers of games wouldnt just go to steam all the time, hell if they made hte game available on more platforms they would make more money, im just w aiting for my next sniper elite game on GOG
In fact they do. Steam has the biggest marketshare so it is understandable that most developers are developing their games with Steam in mind. Especially small developers also try to bring their games to as many additional platforms as well to make even more money. More platforms however take more time to support them so in the end some of those smaller platforms (including GOG) often end up with games that don't get any support anymore after a while which is a known problem. Add to this that GOG has a strict curation for their store and many games get rejected from them - which is another well known problem. So in the end it's not as easy as you would want to have it. Of course I would also wish to get as many games on GOG but for some of those that aren't this thread helps a lot.
Post edited 5 days ago by MarkoH01