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Deva 29 дек, 2012 @ 21:59
GOG.com Game Trailer?
It's funny how Steam is using a trailer for this game that advertises "GOG.com" at the end of it. Unfortunately, Resonance at GOG is $2.49 today, but only if you buy it as part of a bundle. Otherwise, it's $4.99 on its own. Steam may have the wrong trailer, but they have the better deal.
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Purple Tentacle 30 дек, 2012 @ 1:43 
Considering that GOG's version comes with a giant pile of exclusive extras, like the entire Soundtrack and 2 developer video diaries it's not even that obvious that Steam has the better deal.

I still bought it on Steam, simply because I already owned all the other titles in GOG's bundle and while I enjoy the odd video diary and soundtrack, it wasn't worth the extra 2.50 for me.
Deva 30 дек, 2012 @ 2:16 
Yeah, that's true, I didn't consider the extra stuff GOG always gives you in my evaluation of the "better deal." I didn't buy it here, anyway. If GOG has something, I prefer to support them, because of their great DRM-free philosophy. If it costs a couple bucks more there, it's worth it, to me.

In any event, I should have said the lower price, not better deal. ;)
Последний раз отредактировал Deva; 30 дек, 2012 @ 2:21
Blade12775 17 апр, 2013 @ 14:48 
Изначально опубликовано Purple Tentacle:
Considering that GOG's version comes with a giant pile of exclusive extras, like the entire Soundtrack and 2 developer video diaries it's not even that obvious that Steam has the better deal.

I still bought it on Steam, simply because I already owned all the other titles in GOG's bundle and while I enjoy the odd video diary and soundtrack, it wasn't worth the extra 2.50 for me.
The thing is with the GOG bundle is that if you own the other games you still get the discount as if you were buying those games with it.
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