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Grargar: Lords of Xulima wasn't a day-1 release on GOG as its Steam page shows.
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JMich: Release dates have been taken from GOG pages, data is compiled here.
Post edited June 30, 2015 by JMich
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Grargar: GOG has indeed a mistake on that matter. The game's official release date was indeed 14 November 2014.
I'd suggest notifying support then, or Judas once he returns. Do point out Tales from the Borderlands as well, though Firek said they are looking on it.
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JMich: I'd suggest notifying support then, or Judas once he returns. Do point out Tales from the Borderlands as well, though Firek said they are looking on it.
I'll wait for Judas. He should be coming within 2 days.
Does anyone know if they plan to release Crusader Kings II or Europa Universalis IV on GOG?
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Foclock: Does anyone know if they plan to release Crusader Kings II or Europa Universalis IV on GOG?
Not anytime soon. Paradox isn't done with the games' DLCs/patches. Besides, we haven't even received Europa Universalis III yet.
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Foclock: Does anyone know if they plan to release Crusader Kings II or Europa Universalis IV on GOG?
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Grargar: Not anytime soon. Paradox isn't done with the games' DLCs/patches. Besides, we haven't even received Europa Universalis III yet.
Would you care to elaborate?
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Foclock: Would you care to elaborate?
Crusader Kings 2 was originally available Steamless on GamersGate, then made Steam-exclusive because Paradox didn't want to support 2 different builds at the same time. Europa Universalis IV was also said by them to be made from the ground up for Steam to support all its features. Thus, till Paradox is done with them and moves on to Crusader Kings 3/Europa Universalis 5, I doubt we should be expecting them here.
Bummer!

Thanks for your insight. :)
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Grargar: till Paradox is done with them and moves on to Crusader Kings 3/Europa Universalis 5, I doubt we should be expecting them here.
So, Gog is still considered a digital bargain bin, for now : \
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phaolo: So, Gog is still considered a digital bargain bin, for now : \
No surprise there. It's not like the Galaxy client is currently in satisfying condition for the devs/pubs.
Post edited July 01, 2015 by Grargar
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JMich: I'd suggest notifying support then, or Judas once he returns. Do point out Tales from the Borderlands as well, though Firek said they are looking on it.
Judas has now fixed the release date.
Wow, interesting thread with interesting infos. Thanks to this thread I`ve learned a little bit more about the history of GOG.
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Another year, another update. Let's see what we had this year.

In 2015 GOG released 308 game titles (not including DLCs). First release was Space Rangers HD: A War Apart on January 6th, and last release was For The Glory: A Europa Universalis Game on December 30th. Out of the 308 titles, 94 (31%) were day 1 releases, with and [url=http://www.gog.com/game/hacknet]Hacknet just missing out on that list (day 2 and day 3 release respectively). There are a few more games that were released with a slight delay, those can be found in the spreadsheet.
We also had 64 (21%) pre-2K games released, while the total number of games ten years old or more is 94 (20%), with 4 games missing the 10 years requirement, even though they were released in 2005 (Star Wars: Battlefront II, Star Wars: Republic Commando, Massive Assault: Phantom Renaissance and F.E.A.R. Platinum)

Compared with 2014, GOG released 32 pre-2K more (64 to 32), 53 10+ years old more (94 to 41), and 21 more day 1 releases (94 to 73) and 104 more games (308 to 204). GOG also started self publishing titles, though they seem to have stopped releasing movies.

And a quick sum of the GOG years so far

2008 had 65 releases, 29 (45%) of which were pre-2K ones.
2009 had 114 releases, 47 (41%) of which were pre-2K ones.
2010 had 79 releases, 35 (44%) of which were pre-2K ones, and 36 (46%) being 10+ years old.(Baldur's Gare 2: Complete being 10+ years old, but not pre-2K)
2011 had 85 releases, 48 (56%) of which were pre-2K ones, 57 (67%) being 10+ years old, and 1 (1%) day one release ([url=http://htt.p://www.gog.com/game/the_witcher_2]The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings[/url])
2012 had 160 releases, 48 (30%) of which were pre-2K ones, 64 (40%) being 10+ years old, and 24 (15%) being day one releases.
2013 had 183 releases, 45 (25%) of which were pre-2K ones, 59 (32%) being 10+ years old, and 52 (28%) being day one releases.
2014 had 203 releases, 32 (16%) of which were pre-2K ones, 41 (20%) being 10+ years old, and 72 (35%) being day one releases.
2015 had 308 releases, 64 (21%) of which were pre-2K ones, 94 (31%) being 10+ years old, and 94 (31%) being day one releases.
Total (so far) of 1198 releases, 348 (29%) of which were pre-2K ones, 416 (31%) being 10+ years old on release, and 244 (20%) being day one releases.

Release dates have been taken from GOG pages, data is compiled here.

Honorable mention to Nuclear Throne, which decided to tease a release but not make its appearance after all.

Next update to the list, end of June. Have a happy new year everyone.

P.S. Bonus chart attached.
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JMich: snip
I see you treat Blood & Gold: Caribbean as a new release, even if it's an update of the original version. Is there any particular reason for that?