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How soon for the physical copy?

posted by Masta23 on - last edited - Viewed by 110 users

I was just wondering how soon the physical copies get sent out for the people who preordered it?

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    Macfly77 Moderator

    Hi.
    I have nothing to do with Telltale (except being a huge fan of their amazing games) and therefore know absolutely nothing, but here are examples for other Telltale seasons:
    Wallace and Gromit's last episode was released on July 29, 2009 and the disc will ship in January 2010.
    Strong Bad's final episode was released on December 15, 2008 and my copy of the DVD was shipped on June 30, 2009.
    Sam & Max season 2 saw its DVD released at the end of July 2008 (though I seem to remember receiving it a lot later, possibly because I added the case files and a signed print to my order), when the last episode was available on April 15, 2008.
    Finally, Sam & Max season 1's DVD started shipping mid-July 2007 (the retail version by The Adventure Company was released a shortly afterwards) when the last episode had been available since May 7, 2007.
    So, it looks like the time frame between the last episode and the DVD varies between 2 1/2 and 6 1/2 months, which tells us... absolutely nothing about TOMI!
    Personally, I don't care as long as I can play the downloaded episodes whenever I want to!
    Thank you, Telltale!

  • @wdrpgwd said: Not as epic as you think. It is out! Here is a pic of me holding it.

    here.jpg



    You know for a minute I actually thought that was a picture of an elderly man holding a copy of EMI. An elderly man that I started to wish was my grandfather.

  • @Secret Fawful said: You know for a minute I actually thought that was a picture of an elderly man holding a copy of EMI. An elderly man that I started to wish was my grandfather.


    See, there are tons of things they could have done in Photoshop to make this work a bit better. Warp it a bit to fit properly, use a layer mask, and actually use the art they're using on the DVD(specifically the Steve Purcell DVD art that is all over the place in high quality).

  • well soooory :D I am the furthest thing from an artist ever. I don't know how to use photoshop. I did this on MSpaint in like 2 minutes. :)

  • @wdrpgwd said: well soooory :D I am the furthest thing from an artist ever. I don't know how to use photoshop. I did this on MSpaint in like 2 minutes. :)


    You at the very least should have Paint.NET or GIMP. MSPaint is approximately a million years behind.

  • @Rather Dashing said: You at the very least should have Paint.NET or GIMP. MSPaint is approximately a million years behind.



    But if you have Windows 7, at least MSPaint has a RIBBON INTERFACE!

  • Wow. It was clearly meant as a joke and you people are arguing over how the picture could have been made better in some other program? Just... wow.

  • @wdrpgwd said: Not as epic as you think. It is out! Here is a pic of me holding it.

    here.jpg



    You don't look quite right Mr Lucas.

  • @bobhobbit said: But if you have Windows 7, at least MSPaint has a RIBBON INTERFACE!


    So it's been downgraded, then? ;)

    @bobhobbit said: Wow. It was clearly meant as a joke and you people are arguing over how the picture could have been made better in some other program? Just... wow.
    *blink*

    I don't think you're seeing the same conversation I'm seeing.

  • ::Stands behind rybrush:: You tell 'em Rybrush!

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