To be fair Cherry Tree High Comedy Club is made with RPG Maker so that's why the low res. Other RPG maker game like To the Moon for instance have lower resolutions. A number of adventure games that run on AGS or SCUMMVM do as well. Also a not insubstantial number of indie games I have come across in general.
Maybe because I tend to buy a lot of the above, 640x480 neither surprises me nor bothers me that much. Usually I will run them in a window anyway and in some cases there are options to upscale them with various filters.
Thanks for explaining that! I wasn't aware of that limitation of RPG maker games. I'm used to 640x480 on old games (which are the only ones I've run in SCUMMVM, which I mainly run on my phone). I really would have liked some simple way to scale the window up.
what do you guys think? Will that work?
I think it's useful in bringing the DRM front-and-center. I didn't recognize the difference since it was obvious to me that it was simply grabbing the info from DRM label on the store page. One thought would be maybe to provide a link to one or two of the DRM-on-steam threads, like the figjabaittis (w/e) that Motoki linked.
The resolution surprises me, too. Probably wouldn't have stopped me from buying it had I known beforehand.
On that note, here's my list of sale gains! I didn't bother including prices. Unless marked otherwise, items were bought through Steam at their best deal prices.
Purchased for myself:
Gifts and non-Steam items of note:
^_^ nod. I just like to note things that people may rage about. Despite not liking the demo, I'm thinking of picking it up GG with blue coins (since I don't have the faith in GG blue coins that I used to).
Does anyone wtih Cherry Tree High Comedy Club know what the DRM on the steam version is? I recall the original version had some unpleasant DRM.