Best game never to be (properly) remade.
Online retailer Good Old Games pushes its services onto Mac OS X this week, with a new collection of over 50 titles for the Mac. As well as a bunch of Bullfrog classics and nostalgia point-and-click epics sure to tempt our readers, Mac gamers can now snag a copy of CD Projekt's highly-rated role-player The Witcher 2, which …
I haven't given up hope on this one yet. Given that PC gaming critics are currently wanking themselves into a coma over the new X-COM, someone may decide that there's money to be made in high quality re-releases of old strategy games.
However, given that Syndicate is currently in the iron-clawed grip of EA, I'm not holding out a lot of hope that it'd be good....
>Best game never to be (properly) remade.
I'm with you on that, JDX. I can imagine Syndicate would be worth developing for tablets, and if they do then fingers crossed they'll make an updated version for 'proper' computers at the same time.
In fact, I'm surprised more classic strategy games haven't been reworked for tablets.
I've been really warming to GoG recently. I've always liked them, but of late I've noticed that they've started to get the same items on discount as Steam, either at the same time or earlier. Their prices are very similar, their extras are better, and the best part of all - no DRM, ever. That's fantastic! When Alan Wake went on sale on both Steam and GoG, I got it on GoG, for less, with more. And I've been on Steam since day one.
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