Delayed Responsibility

I Shouldn't Be Gaming Right Now… But I Am!

GoG is Amazing

Posted by deckard47 on August 12, 2009

And I’ve never purchased a game from them, despite getting in on the beta ASAP way back when. But I was going through their “community suggestions” section, a place where we get to vote on what game we want them to re-release next. There’s lots of cool games, many of which I haven’t played and want to play. But then I saw this:

Star Trek: The Next Generation Interactive Technical Manuel

You can bet your ass I added my name to the list of excited gamers waiting in line. I didn’t even know this existed. As a person who owned copies of a lot of these manuals (in fact our house always had two, since Owen would buy them first), the TNG manual was always my favorite. This is so cool. I’d recommend going to their site and checking out the page. There’s no reason why you shouldn’t add your name to various games, increasing the chance of a re-release. After all, System Shock, its sequel, and Planescape: Torment, are up there in the top three. I haven’t played a single one of those games, and I really should.

Of course, the list of “wanted games” also reveals some horrible truths. For instance, people want both James Pond and James Pond 2. Really? People also want a lot of the Army Men games. There are more people want the Army Men games than there are that want Zeno Clash, hilariously. Still, there are a lot great games out there waiting for GoG to pick them up, so get voting.

[edit] Oh my God, they have Chex Quest 2. And Chex Quest 3. I need to go sit down. I didn’t know there was more than one of those games!


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