Welcome back to As The Steam/GOG Turns, the continuing story of two competing digital distribution services that compete for everyone's attention.
This week's a bit of an interesting one folks. It's sorta quiet on the Steam front if you don't count DLC, and GOG has been roaring to life of recent.
There is one dual release this week that I wish to talk about: Cognition: An Erica Reed Thriller. I mentioned this last week but it's now a full release on both Steam and GOG. If you liked Gabriel Knight, you'll like this one because it's from Gabriel Knight mastermind Jane Jensen.
The Steam releases are pretty light this week, so I will just talk about a couple. First I'll talk about a pre-purchase: Agarest: Generations of War. Stategy RPG fans ought not to miss this one.
Next is Hot Wheels: World's Best Driver. I wouldn't normally mention a game that is probably licensed tripe like this, but it's a lightweight week, folks.
And finally, because I love you horror game fans, 1953: KGB Unleashed. This sounds really interesting, and if I wasn't a complete and total weenie I'd play it.
And finally the GOG releases. First up, releasing JUST today for absolutely no money, is Flight of the Amazon Queen, or FOTAQ for short. FOTAQ has been available in some format from the ScummVM website for free for some time now and it's finally in a format that you can just click-&-play like every GOG game is. Two free releases to the GOG catalog in two weeks?! Madness!
Next is Privateer 2: The Darkening, a not-very-well-received game from the Wing Commander Privateer series. We shall see if people buy it but I will wait till it's on-sale.
And finally this week we have Shadow Man, based on the comic of the same name. Very dark, very gripping, if you like this sort of thing jump on it immediately.
So, that does it for this week. And until next time, the Steam/GOG conflict ever turns...