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Hi all,

I just joined this fantastic community (and did my first purchases :p) so first up, hiya everyone :)

Now, to the business. I have voted on wizardry 8 so they add it to our great collection, but I thought I´d start a thread about it. This game is good enough and old enough to become part of the Good Old Games, and hell, is hard enough too! I know there are other wuzardry series fans out there, so In summon you all to come and vote for wizardry 8 if you didn´t do already!

gog.com/en/wanted

This one brings me nice memmories, so do Pool of Radiance (my first PC rpg ever) and its sequels, curse of azure bonds, secret of silver blades and pools of darkness. I will request them later :)

Cheers,

- Elia -
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Eliadann: Hi all,

I just joined this fantastic community (and did my first purchases :p) so first up, hiya everyone :)

Now, to the business. I have voted on wizardry 8 so they add it to our great collection, but I thought I´d start a thread about it. This game is good enough and old enough to become part of the Good Old Games, and hell, is hard enough too! I know there are other wuzardry series fans out there, so In summon you all to come and vote for wizardry 8 if you didn´t do already!

gog.com/en/wanted

This one brings me nice memmories, so do Pool of Radiance (my first PC rpg ever) and its sequels, curse of azure bonds, secret of silver blades and pools of darkness. I will request them later :)

Cheers,

- Elia -
Welcome to the forum, Ive voted for probly half the games in the wanted list, but the wanted system is soon to be replaced.
Wiz 8 would top my list of games that I would like to see on GOG.
I would LOVE a Wizardry collection like the Might and Magic collection here. I've played almost all of those games and they're all brilliant. My favorite was Wizardry 5 (revamped SNES version). I spent well over 100 hours with graph paper mapping and exploring every little secret of that game. So much fun!