PC Version-

#1 Posted by Ferginator4k (737 posts) -

How are the chances looking for a PC version of this?

#2 Posted by s7evn (1072 posts) -

I doubt it, though it might go to steam. You never know.

#3 Posted by JamesBoyce (295 posts) -

I don't see why Gilbert wouldn't want it on PC in some way or another, especially with a service like Steam being around.  As far as I know, there was a PC version in development apparently, but it's not on the site anymore, as if that's not in the works any longer.  I sincerely do hope it ends up on PC, I'd much rather have it on PC than anything else and since it's Ron Gilbert, I'd say it'll probably pop up in a month or two...

#4 Posted by Ferginator4k (737 posts) -

Yeah they refered to it in the Deathspank newsletter as the [REDACTED] Version

#5 Posted by rybrad (143 posts) -
#6 Edited by FellOpenIan (64 posts) -

The more that I play the console versions with their four weapons at all times approach to action RPGness, I'm kinda wondering how they are going to translate said face-button reliant controls to the PC version. Obviously there will be 360 pad support and of course you can simply modify your left/right clicks with ctrl, shift, alt, and so forth but a lot of the combat in DeathSpank is built around combo-ing weapons together.
 
With the recent trend of locking down keybindings in console-first PC games it has me worried a bit. (and I don't mean editing INI files and such but actual in-game total key re-mapping support)
 
Either way I want it and I want it now as the PS3 version tears to an embarrassing extent and the 360 version costs $20 because you can't purchase $15 worth of space-bux.
 
edit: Well what do ya know...turns out via zune.net you can purchase points in increments of 1200.

#7 Posted by Sedasys (149 posts) -
@FellOpenIan:  What about wasd movement and arrow keys for attacking? That seems like it'd work. Lego Harry Potter pulled off all keyboard controls quite nicely, I'm sure DeathSpank could too.
#8 Posted by ISuperGamerI (1880 posts) -

i think they are talking about a PC version that will get released soon. :)

#9 Edited by XxBarretxX (307 posts) -
@JamesBoyce:  you are aware Ron Gilbert hasn't worked at Hothead for almost a year now right?
#10 Posted by Mysterysheep (357 posts) -
@XxBarretxX: He left in April when the game was pretty much finished. Minus bug-fixing I would assume.
 
I don't know how I'd feel using strictly the keyboard for a Diabloesque game on the PC. I mean, It worked for the gamepad, but it would just feel wrong on the PC. Maybe two weapons for the two mouse buttons and one assigned on the spacebar? I dunno. It's a difficult thing to decide.
#11 Posted by Marz (5651 posts) -
@Mysterysheep:  or they just leave in gamepad support like most modern pc games nowadays and you won't have to worry bout that.
#12 Posted by Droop (1868 posts) -

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#13 Posted by Mysterysheep (357 posts) -
@Marz: But what about all those PC snobs who refuse to use a gamepad on a PC because they consider it unholy.

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