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  1. Some good news and some bad news: Apparently, Microsoft has expanded its LIVE service to some new countries, including Argentina, my country. You can see that it's now included in the official list, which was updated recently: http://www.xbox.com/en-US/live/countries Sadly, I still can not buy IB from Steam, it seems that microsoft has yet to lift the region block for the new countries, hopefully you can ask them to do something about it. PS. Happy new year to everyone at Double Fine.
  2. The same idea also crossed my mind when I saw that Black Lake wasn't in the top 4. I mean they both seem to be dark and atmospheric titles. Black Lake seems more hunting and combat oriented, while the White Birch is more focused on exploration and puzzles, but if you work together I think they can be like two sides of the same coin.
  3. Oh boy! let's hope you guys can do something about it.
  4. My thoughts exactly. The same thing happened to me last week with Dark Souls, it's really frustrating. Actually you can create a Live account and say it's from the US or UK or whatever, and then you can access the GFWL marketplace or play any game without problem. The thing is you just can't buy the game from Steam.
  5. Sadly my prediction seems to have fulfilled :'( Hopefully you can do something about it, not every GFWL games are region locked on steam. Ex: Arkham Asylum, Bioshock 2, Dirt 2,etc
  6. Thanks Nathan, I will see what happens on monday
  7. HAHAHA Indeed it is, but let's stay on topic
  8. Given that microsoft is the publisher and the game uses GFWL, I am wondering if Iron Brigade will sadly be unavailable in some regions. Several GFWL games, like Arkham City or Dark Souls, can't be bought from some south american or european countries. Perhaps I'm just paranoid but being from Argentina, I'm somewhat afraid that I won't be able to play Iron Brigade :'(
  9. Great post. I'm studying soft engineering, and coincidentally last week we learnt about the waterfall model and agile development techniques, including scrum. It's amazing to see your take on them.
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