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Offline MarkoH01

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Re: A Note to Our German-Speaking Fans
« Reply #20 on: October 11, 2014, 03:45:12 AM »
Now it has been nearly a month and still no reply. Guys we only want a simple answer. No need to reassure us anything just tell us if the german subs will come or not. I want to buy the game but if the only way to get it with german subtitles is in germany then I will have to buy it in germany. Please answer ... anything.

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Re: A Note to Our German-Speaking Fans
« Reply #21 on: October 13, 2014, 03:34:28 PM »
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Re: A Note to Our German-Speaking Fans
« Reply #22 on: October 14, 2014, 11:33:03 PM »
Sorry for the long pause between replies--it IS coming. Right now, as you can imagine, we've been hyper focused on GK. Once that's released, we'll be able to get back to a number of things that we've been wanting to finish up and release, like the German Cog translation. :)

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Re: A Note to Our German-Speaking Fans
« Reply #23 on: October 15, 2014, 08:38:12 AM »
Thank you Katie for the reply (that is all we want and off course we understand that you guys are focused on the release of GK). Just to clarify things: do you mean that the German Translation is coming to the digital versions here, on Steam and on GoG or did you refer to the answer to the question if the German subtitles will come that is coming soon? You just said "it" so I am not quite sure what you meant with "it".

Edit: Never mind. After reading your post again, I finally understood it.

"we'll be able to get back to a number of things that we've been wanting to finish up and release, like the German Cog translation. :)"

"finish and release" being the keywords here. So the German translation WILL come (probably after the first GK problems have been fixed) and so it WILL be included in th edigital releases as well. Sorry for not understanding the fist time. Now I just lay back and wait until the German translation will be updated in the digital transfers (hopefully this will include Steam and GoG) and then I will buy - simple as that :)
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Re: A Note to Our German-Speaking Fans
« Reply #24 on: November 06, 2014, 10:17:24 AM »
It's been nearly another month since the last reply and the release of GK has also happened.
Any news when we can expect the German subs for the other episodes here, on GOG and on Steam? I don't mean to push but silence is awkward ;)

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Re: A Note to Our German-Speaking Fans
« Reply #25 on: November 11, 2014, 09:40:48 AM »
...and another day without an answer. Do you really don't care for the German fans here? No reply to my PM, too. Maybe I shouldn't have bought the game :(

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Re: A Note to Our German-Speaking Fans
« Reply #26 on: November 13, 2014, 09:36:31 AM »
...and another day without an answer. Do you really don't care for the German fans here? No reply to my PM, too. Maybe I shouldn't have bought the game :(

Hi Marko, sorry we didnt' answer sooner, but I'm pleased to say that German subtitles for Cognition have now been added to all digital stores. Depending on which store you're playing Cognition you may need to re-download the game to play the latest version. Hope you'll enjoy the new subtitles! :)
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Re: A Note to Our German-Speaking Fans
« Reply #27 on: November 13, 2014, 09:42:39 AM »
...and another day without an answer. Do you really don't care for the German fans here? No reply to my PM, too. Maybe I shouldn't have bought the game :(

Hi Marko, sorry we didnt' answer sooner, but I'm pleased to say that German subtitles for Cognition have now been added to all digital stores. Depending on which store you're playing Cognition you may need to re-download the game to play the latest version. Hope you'll enjoy the new subtitles! :)

Yay! These are such wonderful, wonderful news :). GOG (where I bough it) has not updated yet but sometimes it takes them a while. I assume they already have received this new version and will update it soom. Thank you again very much and excuse me if I sounded a bit bitter in the last posts.

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Re: A Note to Our German-Speaking Fans
« Reply #28 on: November 13, 2014, 10:08:05 AM »
...and another day without an answer. Do you really don't care for the German fans here? No reply to my PM, too. Maybe I shouldn't have bought the game :(

Hi Marko, sorry we didnt' answer sooner, but I'm pleased to say that German subtitles for Cognition have now been added to all digital stores. Depending on which store you're playing Cognition you may need to re-download the game to play the latest version. Hope you'll enjoy the new subtitles! :)

Yay! These are such wonderful, wonderful news :). GOG (where I bough it) has not updated yet but sometimes it takes them a while. I assume they already have received this new version and will update it soom. Thank you again very much and excuse me if I sounded a bit bitter in the last posts.
The GOG update should go up soon. With any luck it will be available tonight.
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