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Two Gaming Companies Find True Love On Twitter

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Big gaming distribution deals happen in the back rooms of E3. They happen in big metal skyscrapers and sterile board rooms in New York City and San Francisco. And sometimes they happen by exchanging pictures on Twitter.

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This morning, the folks behind digital distribution website GOG.com tweeted at game developers Obsidian (whose Kickstartered game Project Eternity recently made a ton of money) with a picture. Obsidian tweeted back.

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The full exchange is quite magical:


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Ahh, true love.

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So, not only did they find Gamer-Funded success for a classic RPG revival, bucking the trend of whoring one's self out to publishers for funding and being forced to sacrifice the original vision for the game ("Insom-*cough*-niac") but now they've found a dedicated distribution service of well documented quality and support that will, on top of all else, ensure that Eternity is DRM free. The only way this could get any better is if, somehow, Obsidian worked a miracle and found a way to bring Eternity to consoles without A. having to sacrifice any aspect of the game and B. having to bend over and take it from anyone.