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Problems with download/activation: Episode 5

posted by Ashki on - last edited - Viewed by 515 users

So I see Ep 5 is able for download, though after the setup deal, there's a .dmg after it? Plz tell me that the file isn't damaged in some way.

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  • Just so no one misses it, the situation has been fixed. This was all due to a mistake on our end. If you download the PC version again from your My Telltale, that should solve all the problems associated with this.

    Sorry for the trouble!

  • @dinga6969 said: Must we resort to things like complaining about waiting too long and what are they doing and this isn't right? It hasn't been released for download yet because when it is Telltale will send us an email saying it is ready for download. If you attempt to download it before you get the email then any issues you have should be of no fault but your own for trying to get it too early. For full disclosure I had the same troubles discussed above because I tried getting it early too but I didn't curse out Telltale. Instead I decided I should have waited. Since it is still June 23rd nothing is late and no notice has been given of a delay or that the product is ready. RELAX already.



    Oh shut up. Your statement: If you attempt to download it before you get the email then any issues you have should be of no fault but your own for trying to get it too early....

    Oh, that so? Must'a missed the memo on that one.

    But wait, there's something awry here...I just...can't seem.....to...remem....OH YEAH! That's it. Too early? Try 23 days LATE, buddy. Most of us have been waiting for this release since two hours after DV came out. So don't give us the "Wahhh! It's not Late so y'all shuuuuld shaddduppp! Wahhh!" crap.

    I, for one, don't want to hear it. Frankly, the way TTG does their releases, coupled with the episodic format, on top of the way-too-easy to beat games, I'm surprised a more competent designers haven't picked up the line and run with it. Any game company worth its salt could do a better job, if not in-game, at least presentation, support, and (most importantly) reliability-wise, TTG has been an absolute MESS and the only reason they're selling games is b/c they're the only game company focused on the niche that makes up their market.

    That is, take every popular '80s-'90s movie or movie franchise and turn it into a Lucas-style Point&Click 'Adventure' game.

    I just want what I paid for, when I was promised it.

    For full disclosure I had the same troubles discussed above because I tried getting it early too but I didn't curse out Telltale.

    You, sir, had better wipe all that brown stuff off your nose; you're beginning to attract flies. And grow a set while you're at it, eh?

    Full disclosure? What is this, Judge Judy? :rolleyes:

  • steam users ?!!! what do we do wait longer ?!

  • @dinga6969 said: This is my point exactly. Well said. I will once again point out that we still haven't gotten the email saying it's ok to download. Until that point your downloading at your own risk.



    Uhhh, you're always, and I mean ALWAYS downloading at your own risk.

    Hello? McFly?

    Think, McFly, think!

  • @Milosuperspesh said: steam users ?!!! what do we do wait longer ?!



    Steam users always wait longer

  • @Milosuperspesh said: steam users ?!!! what do we do wait longer ?!



    We've given Steam the go-ahead to push the game live, so it should be available there very soon.

  • it is now live on steam thanks :D :D think i might give you 'caleb' a man hug lol

  • @Anarion said: Oh shut up. Your statement: ...

    Oh, that so? Must'a missed the memo on that one.

    But wait, there's something awry here...I just...can't seem.....to...remem....OH YEAH! That's it. Too early? Try 23 days LATE, buddy. Most of us have been waiting for this release since two hours after DV came out. So don't give us the "Wahhh! It's not Late so y'all shuuuuld shaddduppp! Wahhh!" crap.

    I, for one, don't want to hear it. Frankly, the way TTG does their releases, coupled with the episodic format, on top of the way-too-easy to beat games, I'm surprised a more competent designers haven't picked up the line and run with it. Any game company worth its salt could do a better job, if not in-game, at least presentation, support, and (most importantly) reliability-wise, TTG has been an absolute MESS and the only reason they're selling games is b/c they're the only game company focused on the niche that makes up their market.

    That is, take every popular '80s-'90s movie or movie franchise and turn it into a Lucas-style Point&Click 'Adventure' game.

    I just want what I paid for, when I was promised it.



    You, sir, had better wipe all that brown stuff off your nose; you're beginning to attract flies. And grow a set while you're at it, eh?

    Full disclosure? What is this, Judge Judy? :rolleyes:



    I didn't mean to sound like a person who enjoyed the products I paid for and have an understanding of how business works. I got your pair right here. Besides Mr. Awesome if you were so smart you wouldn't have bought this because according to you it sucks and is way to easy and could be done better. Why don't you stop being so "internet tough", plug your cake whole, and do a better job if it's so damned easy? Oh and about it being 23 days late your not the only one who missed the memo because I didn't see anything saying June 1st. Go ahead and respond I'll let you have the last word because I've already spent too much time on your clown of a life.

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    This issue has been resolved, so I'm closing this thread.

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