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people, we need morrrowind, they're not making it anymore, and you guys could use the $$$ from just by adding it to your game list, so vote for morrowind to be on GOG, please
Oh, and to make a point, its JUST stopped being made, and alot of pealpe in my community want it, and im sure there are more people that want it too, VOTE FOR MORROWIND!!!!!!!!
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For me FPS+RPG=Fail, so I won't be voting for it.
ugh, cogadh... its GOOD, its OLD, and its a GAME... hmmm? itsa a GOG!!! lol.
I agree, but we'll likley see Arena here first as a freebee before we see the others. Daggerfall and Morrowind were developed with licensed technology and I'm told that this greatly increased the difficulty of getting a DRM free deal out of Bethsoft.
it still sells for $20 in a combo, you won't see it here for a while.
Still available as a GOTY pack for £10-15 here in the UK. Not exactly a lack of supply, I would much prefer to see Arena/Daggerfall on here. (Even though I already have both, it would be good in general)
If people want it, they will vote on the wishlist, a plea like this won't change much.
There are three separate budget re-releases of this game in my country. :P
Morrowind is still easily available at most video game retailers, and at a higher price than what GOG sells for, so it's quite easy to obtain it. Saw several GOTY copies at a local one here, and already have both the original and the GOTY myself.
Don't see any reason to have Arena though, apart from getting rid of the code at the end of the starting dungeon, even though that is easily found on the official website. The CD version of it I could understand though. As far as Dosbox goes, it's easy to set up for it.
Post edited March 08, 2009 by sheepdragon
Daggerfall would be sweet.
Already own morrowind two times over.
"For me FPS+RPG=Fail, so I won't be voting for it."
Morrowind ain't anything like oblivion and fallout3, it's actually pretty deep.
Hey speaking of these things, what about might and magic 6? That game is so sweet.
Post edited March 08, 2009 by Ylleylle
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Ylleylle: "For me FPS+RPG=Fail, so I won't be voting for it."
Morrowind ain't anything like oblivion and fallout3, it's actually pretty deep.

And of course without FPS/RPG hybrids, we would never have had Deus Ex, Ultima Underworld and System Shock. (and their sequels.)
I just saw several copies of the GOTY edition of Morrowind for 19.99 American at my Best Buy. Heck, I even saw the Diamond Edition of NWN 1 for the same price. And last I checked, I don't think Morrowind came with any DRM (could be wrong). And it runs fine on Vista on all settings maxed out.
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Ylleylle: "For me FPS+RPG=Fail, so I won't be voting for it."
Morrowind ain't anything like oblivion and fallout3, it's actually pretty deep.
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Andy_Panthro: And of course without FPS/RPG hybrids, we would never have had Deus Ex, Ultima Underworld and System Shock. (and their sequels.)

DOn't forget Vampire the Masquerade: Bloodlines!
Post edited March 08, 2009 by JudasIscariot
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JudasIscariot: Don't forget Vampire the Masquerade: Bloodlines!

My mistake! Slipped my mind cos I've never played it. Hoping it'll turn up on here some day.
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JudasIscariot: Don't forget Vampire the Masquerade: Bloodlines!
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Andy_Panthro: My mistake! Slipped my mind cos I've never played it. Hoping it'll turn up on here some day.

Now write 50 sentences on the blackboard "I will nevar forget VTMB!" in italics, young man! XD
Perhaps I should have been more specific: FPS + "sword and sorcery" RPG = Fail. I actually like Deus Ex and VtM:B, but to me they are both much more FPS than RPG.
Morrowind sells for about $10 here (Australian! therefore about $6.50US, in the GOG pricing range, it fits). And I've seen it with the expansions for the same price as well. The only DRM was a disc check.
Daggerfall would be worth it for people even just for the pre-setup XP/Vista compatibility. Which I spent the good part of an afternoon getting running smoothly on my current machine earlier on in the year.