Three and a half months after its release, Stardock has finally figured out how to give PC gamers a small taste of Demigod gameplay with a multiplayer demo.
Stardock has begun distributing the promised apology coupons, entitling players who've purchased the previously problem-riddled real-time strategy game Demigod to a second copy at 50% off.
Stardock CEO Brad Wardell exhaustively details the whys and hows behind Demigod's crippling networking issues in a blog post aptly titled "Demigod: So what the hell happened?"
Stardock President and CEO Brad Wardell assures the Demigod community that networking issues should be clearing up this week, and everyone who bought the game is getting a coupon for another copy half-off.
Supreme Commander developer Gas Powered Games seeks to take online PC strategy games to a higher plane with the release of Demigod.
Demigod had a regrettable launch. Too many pirates, server infrastructure couldn't cope. But after a week we're sure Stardock would rather forget, things are looking up!
Poor Demigod had a rocky launch. Mainly because there were too many people trying to play the game. And why were there too many people? Because there were five pirates for every paying customer.
A street date broken by GameStop late last week had Demigod publisher Stardock scrambling to get enough multiplayer matchmaking servers up to handle the sudden rush of players.
Since we haven't heard much about Gas Powered Games' upcoming roleplaying real-time strategy title Demigod lately, publisher Stardock sends us a fresh batch of screenshots in order to remind us the game still exists.
Clever press release writers, knowing that the longer the release the less likely we are to read all the way to the end. I nearly missed out on the delay of Gas Powered Games' upcoming RTS RPG Demigod in this announcement concerning a publishing agreement reached with Stardock of Sins of a Solar Empire and Object…