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23. Re: Good Old Games Becomes GOG.com Mar 27, 2012, 16:45 Shineyguy
 
finga wrote on Mar 27, 2012, 16:32:
Prez wrote on Mar 27, 2012, 16:06:
I was annoyed at GoG for the crappy state Thief 2 was released in (why weren't the config tweaks, widescreen upgrade, and other required addons pre-installed?), but I still am very fond of them. This is a great movefor them. I for one am hoping for a whole lot more new games to he released DRM-free.
Have they done this for any other games on their service? Baldur's Gate II from GOG didn't have a widely-used widescreen fix, either...

And now that I think of it, if you get Ultimate DOOM on Steam, you play the DOSBox copy rather than one of the excellent source ports that have been out for like a decade.

I bought the QuackeCon pack a while ago to get all the Doom content plus the Quakes. Doesn't stop me from using the Doom wad files with ZDaemon and Doomsday
 
 
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