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  • Darth Marsden;804981 said:
    If anyone actually bothered to watch my review, you'd have noted that I didn't think Daikatana was that bad.

    Bland and dull, yes. But not exactly terrible.
    Maybe I should go rewatch it then. Though maybe I'm basing my recollection of your opinion based one these two posts.
  • Gibbeynator;804902 said:
    All of the Interplay Fallout titles are apparently going to be reverting to Zenimax at the end of the year. Since Zenimax is not on GOG, and are apparently unwilling to put their stuff on anything but Steam, unless GOG can strike a deal these games are going to be going away.
    Thanks for the headsup! I have only Fallout 1 now, should get the others before the end of the year. Do you know of any other games that could be removed from the site?
    Darth Marsden;804981 said:
    If anyone actually bothered to watch my review, you'd have noted that I didn't think Daikatana was that bad.

    Bland and dull, yes. But not exactly terrible.
    Well, one of important thing to remember is that peoples' opinion on it is not based on just strictly how the game turned out in the end. It's also based on hype and a terrible marketing campaign, and all that combined with huge disappointment? Ugh.
  • Welcome to the second week of the GOG summer sale. Not only do we get a nice animated submarine replacing the shark, as well as a bunch of games that are officially no longer on sale, we get two more daily deal bundles. We have the Mighty Heroic Bundle (all the Heroes of Might and Magic games) for up to 75% off and the Indie Puzzlebox (probably a bunch of indie puzzle games) for up to 75% off.
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    I was never sure how to interpret this. Still not sure. ;)
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    Gibbeynator;805102 said:
    Welcome to the second week of the GOG summer sale. Not only do we get a nice animated submarine replacing the shark, as well as a bunch of games that are officially no longer on sale, we get two more daily deal bundles. We have the Mighty Heroic Bundle (all the Heroes of Might and Magic games) for up to 75% off and the Indie Puzzlebox (probably a bunch of indie puzzle games) for up to 75% off.
    Methinks Laura should have a copyright on the puzzlebox name.
  • Another day, another batch of indie games. Day nine gives us Fez for $4.99, Dyad for $4.99, Hotline Miami for $3.33, Retro City Rampage for $4.99, Waking Mars for $2.49 and Tiny & Big: Grandpa's Leftovers for $2.49.
  • Alright, back on track for Day 10. Hey, guess what, Arma's back! The Arma Recruitment Pack gives you the entire Arma collection for 66% off. However, it has been altered slightly since it was on sale last. See, since Bohemia pulled out of the sale early, the Arma collection is now "Buy all games to get 66% off, or buy them individually at full price". But hey, the other bundle, the Complete Ultima Chest, is still the standard "75% off for the whole thing, 50% off individually".
  • Bam, boom, out of nowhere release. Check out Rogue Legacy, the latest roguelike where you get a new randomized character every time you die. If that sounds fun, then you can get it for $14.99. Sorry, no early adopter price.
  • Without the weekend deal, Friday is bringing us a lot more stuff. No change in the daily deal yet, that will be later. However, we have TWO new releases. First off we have the day late but still appreciated Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards Reloaded. This remake of a remake of a remake of a text adventure can be yours for only $19.99, again, no launch discount. And in a release that I hope makes Darth happy, we have Jack Keane 2: The Fire Within for the launch discount price of $23.99.

    Also the final episode of This Week on GOG until September gives us a release recap, reminds us the sale is still going on, and gives us a clue for an upcoming release. The hint is that release will be available when "the Demeter reaches English shores".
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