Serious Sam Classics: Revolution

Serious Sam Classics: Revolution

gog?
this game will be on gog too?
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Scratch ノ  [developer] Aug 22, 2014 @ 12:24pm 
No, Serious Sam Revolution is only available on Steam.
one last question, do mods of revolution works with classic version? im planning on buying serious sam classic on gog, and i really like some of the mods that are in the workshop :S
PuppyMonkeyBaby Aug 23, 2014 @ 10:02am 
Did you buy Revo on Steam? If so, I thought you got the classic versions as well.
(vzla) Alfredox123 Aug 23, 2014 @ 10:06am 
yeah i own the classics on steam, but i really like the whole drm free of gog :)
Solais Aug 25, 2014 @ 11:30pm 
Workshop items work for Rev, yes. But old SS1 Mods, like Serious Violence or Parse Error, doesn't work.
im talking about if ss rev mods works on classics, not ss classic mods works on ss rev :P
Solais Aug 26, 2014 @ 11:38pm 
A some might, but some might not.
rad87gn Aug 27, 2014 @ 11:21pm 
It's the old orginal replacement but not exactly the same. I consider it a highly modified version of the original so some but not all coverts. It's the original game with modern graphics and a hot spot for a lot to come updates. I'd put the original to the side and ride the wave for this one. It's pretty awesome and in the hot seat for developer time. The old original version is going into sleepy mode. It is what it is and probably will stay there. Revolutions is the replacement for the original to move forward with technology and development.

Just be happy the team is keeping the games alive and well and this is one of their ways to keep it alive and fun. Enjoy!! Not many teams keeps ALL of their games so ready and fun to play.
Last edited by rad87gn; Aug 27, 2014 @ 11:26pm
SpyroGuy Sep 2, 2014 @ 2:40am 
Agreed. No reason for Sam to go to GOG.com, as the Steam integration works perfectly with the game(s).
Originally posted by vzla Alfredox123:
yeah i own the classics on steam, but i really like the whole drm free of gog :)

DRM? You don't need to be online to play steam games, just to install them. If you start steam in offline mode you will still be able to play. The closest thing to having drm on steam is the fact that you need steam installed in order to run certain games or it won't let you start
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Date Posted: Aug 22, 2014 @ 12:20pm
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