* Sielle: cogadh:
Games like this can be VERY difficult for GOG to get due to the Star Trek licensing. Not impossible but difficult. With that in mind I did enjoy this game and the MoO rip off Birth of the Federation. Both fun games and would love to play them again. :)
If it wasn't for the fact that GOG managed to pull off the D&D miracle with Hasbro I would say any licensed game would be impossible to get, but since they did pull that off, games like the Star Trek titles have moved from the "impossible" category to the "improbable" category. That's really not much better, but there is a minor glimmer of hope.
That being said, any of the previous mentioned Star Trek titles as well as the two Armada games would be insta-(re)buys for me.
And then when you figure that Planescape: Torment and Baldur's Gate 2 are the best rated games here, PS:T is a already top-10 all-time bestseller despite only being here since September, and BG2 has been this site's top seller since it got here November, then I reckon the owners of the Star Trek IP would think it a wise investment, to license their old Star Trek games to be sold here. * =
Go to the Games Catalogue here, click User Rating in the Browse Games tab to see which two games are at the top, then click Bestselling (also under the Browse Games tab) and understand that Beneath a Steel Sky, Lure of the Temptress and Teenagent are all free D/L's, and of course go on gog's front page to see BG2 as its current bestseller.