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AlexKVideos1 last won the day on July 14

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  1. I wonder if this is also in an effort to stop modders, because the launcher also warns you if it finds modified or added files in GTA 5.
  2. I think it can be done in select cases. Like for instance, Deadpool has been removed off of Steam, and I would love to get the DLC but I can't without paying a private seller a ton of money. If there was a way to get that DLC by modding the game, then it should be shown, as its the only way to get the DLC. Or something like Call of Juarez: The Cartel, where you can't get the game or the pre-order DLC anymore. If that content can be hacked, then definitely post about it. I don't see it as piracy because companies aren't selling the DLC and the game anymore, therefore my only way to get that content is through either private sellers or hacking the game. Its not like these games are still for sale, so really there should be no problems with cases like this. Once you get into games being sold, and DLC that is being sold currently, that definitely is piracy. So I suggest to do this for only select cases where we can't get access to the game's DLC if the game and/or DLC has been delisted. Its scummy that these companies can legally sell you content already in the game files, but two wrongs don't make a right.
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    Borderlands 3 will use Denuvo Anti-Tamper

    When will publishers realize that Denuvo doesn't work anymore, games using that are like cracked in days, yet they still shell out tons of money for it.
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    GRID 2 abruptly delisted from Steam

    I'm really started to get mad with this trend of games disappearing like that. Like I wanted Deadpool, and had to jump through hoops to get it, and I still can't get the DLC because someone refuses to sell the DLC to me. Now you have to restore to pirating games, which can be risky in of itself. Its really starting to get angering to deal with this.
  5. I don't think I'll be playing, but it definitely will be nice to see the game on Steam. Can we get the first Density on PC, too?
  6. I guess console players won't have to worry about mouse and keyboard... ...since no one going to buy it on PC anyways.
  7. An emulation program coming to Steam? This is actually a pretty big step into normalizing emulation. People think of it as piracy only because they don't understand what it is. Once you put it out on center stage on a trusted platform, then people might start to take notice, and look into it. Though, this can bring up the problem with copyright holders, and if they see these programs as an attack on their rights, so putting something like this on Steam might also be a bad move. We'll definitely have to see where this goes, hoping for the best.
  8. I actually can't believe it lasted this long.
  9. I don't understand why this would happen, they have their own licenses so that wouldn't be an issue. So sad though that games can be lost like that, but being that it was on GOG, we definitely have GOG copies floating around somewhere.
  10. Definitely, but I don't like the whole notation that backlashes are needed to cause change. tinyBuild should have just updated the games on GOG to avoid this shitshow to begin with.
  11. This still rubs me the wrong way. We have posts from May 2019 that complain of this missing content, which probably means this content was missing even before this. Yet all of the sudden, Alex Nichiporchik cares about the GOG releases after major backlash... Its great that this content is coming, but it seems he is only doing it because of the backlash. If this backlash never happened, I'd imagine they would have done jack shit.
  12. Why even put it on GOG then if they are so concerned of people stealing it? Atleast people will buy it on GOG so they can get a DRM free experience without pirating it. Absolute morons.
  13. Alright, so who is going to make adblock for games?
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    Versions/Editions Table

    I noticed for much of the games on the site, it doesn't list the different versions/editions. Like for example, Watch Dogs 2 lists the different editions in the notes for the Availability category. There should be a different chart that just lists those versions instead. Thoughts?
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    FlatOut v1.1 Patch for Steam

    Version v1.1


    The Steam version of FlatOut is the v1.0 version. This is the v1.1 patch for FlatOut that works with the Steam release. GOG is already patched to v1.1, and does not need this patch. Originally posted by Clya900, the patch was missing 2 files are now included in this download, patch1.bfs, and patch.ini. Without these files, the game would fail to load, and shows a Runtime error. The game now has been tested on the Steam version, and works perfectly fine.