CD Project Bringing Good Old Games to Modern PCs

CD Project is bringing Good Old Games to modern PCs without the need for a emulator. Gamers will be able download their classics favorites which are guaranteed to work with Windows XP and Vista. There is no DRM involved, I repeat none.

The site makes it tremendously easy for gamers to buy, download and install some of their all-time favorite PC games. The games will be sold for $5.99 or $9.99, are guaranteed to work on Windows Vista and Windows XP systems and are available to download as many times as needed. This is very nice, yes? The DRM-free games, low prices, the site’s ease-of-use and the community are some of the main features that make Good Old Games something more than just another digital distribution outlet.

Some of the companies that are in on this deal include Interplay and Codemasters. Gamers will be able to find Fallout, Freespace 2, Operation Flashpoint: Game of the Year Edition and TOCA Race Driver 3 among others.

A closed beta for the service starts August 1. You can get more details on Good Old Games and sign up for the beta at GOG.com.

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4 Comments on CD Project Bringing Good Old Games to Modern PCs

Serio

On July 11, 2008 at 7:06 pm

:shock: A.W.E.S.O.M.E! I always wanted Operation Flashpoint, but EBGames and many online sites have stopped selling it. My Flatout CD never worked, so that’ll be a must-buy for me too!

*Signs up for Beta*
:mrgreen:

Who_Flung_Poo?

On July 11, 2008 at 8:32 pm

I hope they add MechWarrior 2 and 3 to that list, MW 3 working on my computer is about a 50/50 chance at best.

Heru-Ur

On July 11, 2008 at 9:47 pm

Sweet, Freespace 2. The last great space combat game.

Davn Kincade

On July 12, 2008 at 10:34 am

*shrug*

Or you can own all three Fallout titles for the PC for 20 bucks through White Label, i never had a problem with them under XP but to be honest i never tried them under Vista as vista is on my work computer.

Still though, would like to see what there going to re-release.