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When I just saw Planetscape: Torment I also saw that it is the second most wanted game on GOG. What's the first?
It's a shock to the system you don't know!
http://www.gog.com/en/wanted
Personally, I want The Ultimate DOOM the most...

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the_voivod: It's a shock to the system you don't know!
I have heard sooo much stuff about System Shock i think if i actually ever play it, it can only ever be a disappointing. *sneaks a guilty look at Chrono Trigger*
I recently found out there was a PC version of Fury of the Furries (i had the Amiga version)
So I want that.....quite badly.
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Fuzzyfireball: Personally, I want The Ultimate DOOM the most...

>_>
You can buy the game on Steam and use the files you get there to run them via your own Source Port or version of DOSBox. Simple!
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Fuzzyfireball: Personally, I want The Ultimate DOOM the most...

>_>
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Foxhack: You can buy the game on Steam and use the files you get there to run them via your own Source Port or version of DOSBox. Simple!
Have it on Steam already. Want it on GOG.com.
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Fuzzyfireball: Have it on Steam already. Want it on GOG.com.
You'll only have to update it with a source port regardless of digital distribution service. In this case I agree with Foxhack - I'm not sure what difference it makes.
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apexultima: I recently found out there was a PC version of Fury of the Furries (i had the Amiga version)
So I want that.....quite badly.
I loved the Amiga CD32 version. I only hope the PC version isn't inferior, like, say, Cannon Fodder.
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robobrien: I have heard sooo much stuff about System Shock i think if i actually ever play it, it can only ever be a disappointing. *sneaks a guilty look at Chrono Trigger*
I think perhaps if you've never played it before you may find it somewhat disappointing, or at least you may wonder what the big deal is, at any rate. That's natural when there's hype. I mean there's people nowadays that play Deus Ex for the first time and just don't see why it's loved so much. You can't blame these people - it's just the way it is.
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the_voivod: there's people nowadays that play Deus Ex for the first time and just don't see why it's loved so much. You can't blame these people - it's just the way it is.
I'm one of those people, but I'm going to play it again because I definitely enjoyed it. The atmosphere and story were great, but I didn't feel like I had as much freedom as people say there is.

I'm still majorly hyped for Human Revolution though. It looks to me like they're hitting all the right notes, except maybe that it almost seems more like a remake than a prequel. I don't know if anyone else noticed or if I missed something about it, but when the trailer showed that buff guy, slim invisible woman, the Hong Kong bar, I immediately saw more Deus Ex than Human Revolution, you know?