Gibbeynator wrote: »
It's understandable that The Last Express won by a landslide. Seriously, raise your hand if you DON'T have a copy of Broken Sword from GOG.
RetroVortex wrote: »
I need to play some of the GOGs I have....
Secret Fawful wrote: »
What...where do you get the money...
Darth Marsden wrote: »
The problem I have with The Feeble Files (which I own on disc, so nya) is that the puzzles can be rather random. A good example is
having to constantly use a broken vending machine so you get angry and hit it, which means your character feels the need to confess his 'sin', which allows you to enter a previously inaccessible confession booth.
Not a terrible game, but there's too many puzzles like that for me to really get into it.
Gonchi wrote: »
So can we still pick up the DVDs for S&H costs if we buy on GOG? That'd be cool.
Rather Dashing wrote: »
As far as I'm aware, this is the only way to buy the Seasons 1 and 2 soundtacks at this time. That makes these very much worth the glance, because the soundtracks for Seasons 1 and 2 are of amazing quality. Not only is the in-game music excellent, and not only is the music in the soundtrack not somewhat overly compressed like it is in-game, but the arrangements for the soundtrack are actually different than the ones in-game! They're actually arranged to be listened to, and they're actually really really nice.
Xandon wrote: »
Laserschwert wrote: »
They're using my fan artwork for the "Tales" web header... first Amazon, now GoG...