Paul Mallinson   Greater Manchester, United Kingdom (Great Britain)
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Mallo Sep 19 @ 3:46am 
Bish: yeah, you're one of two friends I currently have on there. :steamhappy:
Bishmanrock Sep 19 @ 1:15am 
Apparently we're already friends on it, so I must've been misremembering!
Bishmanrock Sep 19 @ 1:15am 
Been a while since I used GOG Galaxy - used it when it first launched and it felt a bit redundant. However, I've always got time for anything GOG do. They didn't even have a friends system last time I tried it, I think you could view profiles but not add. I do like how cautious they were with the social media elements. I'll get it set back up and add you. You used the GOG connect thing that pulls through some Steam games? Thought that was a genius idea.
Mallo Sep 18 @ 6:49am 
Defected to for a while recently. Their last sale was excellent. Their GOG Galaxy client has improved too. So I've been giving them some love.

Bought a few classics for buttons in the last sale - F.E.A.R., Crysis, Far Cry (second time I've bought it), Undying, Nox, Daikatana, Giants: Citzen Kabuto. My wishlist has quadrupled in size too. I've never been one for putting my eggs in one basket (why make one company all-powerful?), and there are also good reasons for buying some games on GOG, rather than Steam (no DRM or UPlay). GOG also has some pretty good exclusives.

Anyway, if you're on GOG: add me to your friends. I'm Mallo on there (surprise, surprise).
Bishmanrock Sep 8 @ 5:32am 
Yeah, I remember W2 looked a bit dated when I saw it, not sure how long after release that actually was though. I didn't watch a lot but the plot and dialogue didn't seem particularly engaging or interesting either, everything just felt a bit generic and by the numbers. I'll have to grab W3, not sure how much longer I can put it off!
Mallo Sep 7 @ 2:17pm 
Probably the biggest difference between The Witcher 2 and The Witcher 3 is the character modelling and animation - especially with regard to eyes. The animation of faces and expressions, eye contact, and facial muscles is genuinely astounding. Groundbreaking, even. In The Witcher 2 all the faces just look dead and expressionless.