It’s really funny seeing these small game companies put on something not unlike a E3 conference. CD Projekt is a first party company and GoG is the platform so why not?
-GoG games on Mac.
It’s hilarious seeing these PC games, which I’m sure the developers never dreamed they’d be sold on the Mac, now being sold for the Mac. It’s not unlike playing Sonic the Hedgehog on the Wii.
-Sales of those Mac conversions out now.
Some good stuff like Theme Hospital, SimCity 2000, and Crusader: No Remorse. The first Witcher is on sale too.
-Three new games on GoG.
I’m meh to them except for the Giana Sisters. I love it when a 2d platformer actually has some decent graphics unlike the lazy NSMB series.
But there is just so much other stuff for me to buy that I’ll pass on that for a while.
-Interplay Crazy Sale
Pay a cent and get like 8 games. Pay $10 to get 20 games. Pay $35 to get all the Interplay games. I see that all the better games are at the $35 range. Before you rush over and pay $35, find out the true cost by factoring in the time needed to play all those games.
-New FPS Free Game
Never heard of it. Could be cool.
-Cyberpunk 2077 announced
I like it. “It is creepy.” “How odd.” This is how PC gaming is and has always been.
Remember how I’ve said that PC gaming was influenced by books and pen and paper games as well as board games? CD Projekt is doing something interesting in that they are looking at the pen and paper games games for their influence. Not Hollywood. You hear that, Blizzard?
You know I’ve spent a total of $35 on GoG and still haven’t been able to play everything I like. I need to think about if I should pay more given time limitations of not being able to consume what I buy. I prefer my gaming purchases in small bites, not in huge gulps.
I’m curious to hear what you guys think.