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Warhammer Warhammer 40,000: Rogue Trader - turn-based Warhammer 40k RPG from Owlcat Games

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Strap Yourselves In Codex Year of the Donut Codex+ Now Streaming! Enjoy the Revolution! Another revolution around the sun that is.
Nothing like your highly anticipated game not being available for purchase on Launch Day. LMAO! Steam forums are blowing up with salty fanbois who are assblasted that they are unable to consoom this product because they literally forgot to offer a way to buy it.

Owlcat Brainlets killing their own game in real time!
 

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I'll definitely buy it, but as always it is better to wait a couple of years while the game is fixed and improved. I did this approach with both P:K and WOTR, and it worked great for me. The games never seemed buggy. It's a pity there is such a recency bias in gaming.
 
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Codex Year of the Donut Codex+ Now Streaming!
I'll definitely buy it, but as always it is better to wait a couple of years while the game is fixed and improved. I did this approach with both P:K and WOTR, and it worked great for me. The games never seemed buggy. It's a pity there is such a recency bias in gaming.
Devs could stop releasing broken shit, maybe?
 

Humanophage

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I'll definitely buy it, but as always it is better to wait a couple of years while the game is fixed and improved. I did this approach with both P:K and WOTR, and it worked great for me. The games never seemed buggy. It's a pity there is such a recency bias in gaming.
Devs could stop releasing broken shit, maybe?
Obviously, devs won't stop releasing broken shit. The question is why can't people understand that and instead masochistically insist on playing on release because they are hype beasts.
 

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Owlcat I am prepared to pay £40 or whatever to play your new game. However, every minute that passes reduces this desire. You must get the game available on Steam within the next 60 minutes or I will not give you £40 and will watch someone play it on stream instead.

The clock is ticking, Owlcat.
 

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Owlcat I am prepared to pay £40 or whatever to play your new game. However, every minute that passes reduces this desire. You must get the game available on Steam within the next 60 minutes or I will not give you £40 and will watch someone play it on stream instead.

The clock is ticking, Owlcat.
Blame Steam. Make the clock tick for Steam. If Steam does not fix their issue in 60 minutes, never buy a Steam game again. ;)
 

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