The Week in Demos and Patches: March 9-15

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Spring was in the air this week, I could not only feel it, but also taste it upon my winter weary lips. Despite the week starting out full of snow and traffic accidents, the sun came out and melted all the pain away. Birds were chirping, bunnies were hopping through the yard trying desperately to escape the knowing glances of my dogs, a couple of horses across the road gave birth to lovely furry babies with knees too big for their legs, and the thoughts of running away with a Clive Owen look-alike sped through my brain like a corvette drifting across an empty parking lot. Such are the stirrings that the imminent Spring weather brings to both humans and beasts alike, or maybe just mentally bored and unstable women who write about video games for a living.

Unfortunately, I am stuck inside working and there is no Clive Owen look alike within a 100,000 mile radius of me so I must instead be content to give you a rundown of the demos and patches that hit FileFront this week; although my fantasy-land, in which my doctor prescribed medication to combat, sounds much more appealing right now.

If you happened to visit the site at all this week, you would have noticed that the latest demos to arrive were Sam & Max: Chariot of the Dogs, and Lost Empire Immortals. We also received Gem Quest, Light of Dreams: The Angelic Blade, and Galactic Command: Echo Sqaud

Patches were: The Witcher, Galactic Command: Echo Squad, Lost Empire: Immortals, Larry Bonds’ Harpoon, AO: Shadowlands, S.TA.L.K.E.R., and Sins of a Solar Empire.

As always, for the full list of demos and patches click here and here.

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6 Comments on The Week in Demos and Patches: March 9-15

Weclock

On March 16, 2008 at 9:38 am

I’d be more likely to download these demos if you were to give at least a one sentence description.. maybe even review..

Stephany

On March 16, 2008 at 1:45 pm

Weclock, I used to do that and the post was too damn long. Is it really that hard to click the link I provide and read it there?

Handshakes

On March 16, 2008 at 6:20 pm

A little bit, yes.

Peter

On March 16, 2008 at 6:26 pm

So instead you made a long post about Spring and your feelings? Isn’t your job; talking about video games? Isn’t that why we come here? Was his demand THAT big?

Stephany

On March 16, 2008 at 7:58 pm

Peter, Weclock and I have a back and forth that I enjoy very much. He gives me a hard time, and I return the favor. I enjoy his comments very much so stop reading so much into it and lighten up a bit. :roll:

If you really want me to tell you all about Gem Quest and other demos that the majority of you will not glance twice at, I will. The more mainstream demos have already been posted on during the week, therefore it is redundant to describe them a second time thus the link to it instead.

As far as patches are concerned, patch notes are usually long and it is just easier on everyone involved if a link to them is posted instead, especially if they are not a mainstream patch. If you are wanting the patch, you are going to visit the link regardless of what I do or do not say about it.

Peter

On March 16, 2008 at 9:52 pm

Aaah I guess I did take it wrong then, inside jokes are kinda hard to get online. My bad. Hehe you kids carry on then.

…so can you make RainbowSix Vegas 2 come out faster?