That reminds me: how was the TW3 PC retail version delivered (considering it contains a couple dozen gigabytes of files, I presume)? On several DVDs (how many?)
I think my copy came on 4 DVDs for the game installation, plus one with the soundtrack. Took really long to install, too, probably because of file compression. Still much faster than attempting to download it, though. ( At least on my connection. )
Exactly!!! I don't support censored games either/ never buy a censored version. But, by the time I actually bought Fallout 3 myself, Fallout NV GOTY had been uncensored and I bought Fallout 3 believing that it had been uncensored as well. It is a crime that publishers don't print CENSORED on their games but only print UNCENSORED on them. :P
That's bold in itself but it's nothing compared to one article that said: Gamers don't actually care any more if a game is censored or has DRM. So, if they are not then I think there's nothing wrong with finally printing CENSORED on the games, stop printing UNCENSORED on them and begin warning about the DRM the game has. :D
That's what kept me away from PC gaming for a long time -- you just have to do so much research before each purchase! Is the game censored? Does it use nasty DRM, extra clients etc. ? And then there's the hardware requirements, on top of that.
At least now, with GOG, I can buy pretty much anything and just enjoy playing it, without having to worry about most of these things. That's what the whole "Good Old Gaming" concept is about for me. Reminds me of the old days, where you just bought a game, popped it in and had fun. ( Well, on the old consoles anyway -- I know old PC games could be a pain too. :P )
It didn't sell twice as much as GTAV. Its a failure.
Quick, we need a scapegoat. Let's blame piracy! That one always works.