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The (adventure) games on sale thread


#122

I just think it may influence what you perceive it as, but I can´t be sure of course.

I still think the RPG elements in Zelda are super soft, which is one of the reasons I could get so early into those games while I found serious RPGs much less accessible (I do enjoy them now but they also consume a lot more time than any classic Zelda game does).


#123

If you’re referring to anything Zelda-specific, not a clue. But otherwise, exactly as meta as I intended it. :wink:


#124

Which I guess is none. :grin:


#125

On the contrary, a red herring is inherently meta, on this forum even more than in general.


#126

The Legend of Kyrandia series is on sale this weekend:


#127

Already picked it up in the last one. :slight_smile:


#128

Me too. Unfortunately I’m currently so busy, while I own a whole bunch of adventure games on GOG I never played. :frowning: However, my “to play” list is long. And, thanks to new releases, it might be going to grow on.


#129

Same here. Can’t we all quit our jobs and earn somehow money with just playing all those games…? :thinking:


#130

Nope. All of the professional gamers are branching out into sketches and stuff. :wink:


#131

Lake Ridden, Syberia series and several other adventure games:


#132

On the one hand I enjoyed the Moto Racer demo back in '97… on the other hand how interesting could it possibly be even for €1?


#133

Runaway series this weekend:


#134

Several Daedalic games (including Edna & Harvey and Deponia) are currently on a sale on Steam.


#135

And Firewatch is on sale on GOG:

https://www.gog.com/game/firewatch


#136

They’re at it again, the Lucasarts/Lucasfilm games are on sale (not a super high cut on the normal prices though):


#137

Escape from monkey Island on sale on gog. It’s time I give this game a go.


#138

but even not! :rofl:


#139

It’s curious to read “Disney Week” on the GOG page, while most of the screenshots shown are taken from games developed by Lucasfilm before Disney bought that company.


#140

Jeez, why can’t they just give that game away for free? Seriously. And I (stupidly) have multiple copies of the physical game - I’m not saying that it’s not worth paying for, you know when it was launched, but selling it 18 years later? Just give the damn thing for free!


#141

Here’s my copy:

I’m still somewhat tempted by GOG though. :stuck_out_tongue: