Originally Posted by Michael
Hm, agreed they do not sound very good at all. Seems a strange move coming just a couple months after Lorne commenting how he was growing the business 'the old fashioned way' using entirely profits from previous sales without external commitments.
Though, devils advocate, if I remember right NNT had temporary exclusivity on Playstation, before coming to other platforms some weeks/months later.
I think essentially OWI are a small indie trying not just to compete on the indie scene, but compete directly with AAA companies - to eventually get back to the position of AAA themselves. Deals like the Epic one no doubt will help them do that much faster, and across fewer games, having a stronger portfolio as a result with better sales and even more to reinvest. But it's a trade off with fans' expectations, especially for a company that's built something of a reputation on the moral high ground, and historically bad experiences with such partnerships.
taken from the Wikipedia article
In January 2015, Oddworld announced that New 'n' Tasty! would be released on Steam on Windows, Mac and Linux platforms on February 25, followed by the PS3 and Xbox One launch in March.
In February 2015, the specification for the PC, Mac and Linux versions were revealed.
In January 2016, small publisher Limited Run Games announced a very limited, physical print run for New 'n' Tasty! on the PlayStation Vita limited to 2500 copies and later revealed a PlayStation 4 version limited to 5000 copies, that would see a simultaneous release on April 25.
so in fact it came to PC first then went to console after that, however this is different the PC and Console releases coming out at different times is understandable after all a PS3 is not a PC, and it was released at the same time on both consoles and this is saying "unless you used this program to play our game you can't and the reason why is they gave us money" meanwhile steam which supported some very good ports of the early Oddworld games is left in the dust because once again Money