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I am disappointed :/
I hope you implement this in the future so I don't have to use a lan connection program.
GOG Galaxy has only just had its beta release. There are a lot of functions that haven't yet been implemented, and they have said they'll add in multiplayer to games via the Galaxy client, but they have a large number of games, so which ones will get that we don't yet know, and nor do we know when they'll get it. Only a select few games like AVP have multiplayer via Galaxy right now, because they were designed to test it. More will come in due course.
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korell: GOG Galaxy has only just had its beta release. There are a lot of functions that haven't yet been implemented, and they have said they'll add in multiplayer to games via the Galaxy client, but they have a large number of games, so which ones will get that we don't yet know, and nor do we know when they'll get it. Only a select few games like AVP have multiplayer via Galaxy right now, because they were designed to test it. More will come in due course.
Galaxy needs to be built into the game. Don't expect it to happen except for new games for a while apart from maybe a rare exception if devs are around to remake their games multiplayer.
There's no multiplayer anymore for SR2, period. PS3, 360, Steam or GOG. The online aspects ran on Gamespy, which went down forever over a year ago - and don't expect GOG to emulate an entire online infrastructure for the largely forgotten multiplayer component for a mildly popular 7 year old game. The best I can offer is that you use Hamachi to trick the Saints Row 2 LAN co-op into doing direct IP connect play with a buddy.
Post edited May 12, 2015 by Sor_Eddie
I hope they implement it too.
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Sor_Eddie: There's no multiplayer anymore for SR2, period. PS3, 360, Steam or GOG. The online aspects ran on Gamespy, which went down forever over a year ago - and don't expect GOG to emulate an entire online infrastructure for the largely forgotten multiplayer component for a mildly popular 7 year old game. The best I can offer is that you use Hamachi to trick the Saints Row 2 LAN co-op into doing direct IP connect play with a buddy.
EDIT: weird, quoted the wrong thread O.o.

It would be nice if they implemented it, but i'll still take DRM free over steam any day.
Post edited May 12, 2015 by Tatsuya1221
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Sor_Eddie: . The best I can offer is that you use Hamachi to trick the Saints Row 2 LAN co-op into doing direct IP connect play with a buddy.
What do you think GOG Galaxy's multiplayer system is?
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BrandeX: What do you think GOG Galaxy's multiplayer system is?
Not yet developed?
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BrandeX: What do you think GOG Galaxy's multiplayer system is?
Did they say anywhere their mp was going to be able to do anything of the sort? As far as I'm aware it's only a new matchmaking service which will only work if it's built into the game. Did they mention anywhere they'd be trying the internal LAN thing?
Out of interest, does anyone know how GOG Galaxy handles multiplayer in AVP? It was one of the test games for Galaxy multiplayer, but is it something specifically built into the game or is it just using Galaxy to connect like Hamachi does, or something like GameRanger?
It's virtual LAN as far as I recall from AvP (in the game's LAN menu), same as Gameranger, Tunngle, Evolve etc.