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Three of my favourite PC games of all time in one box. The definition of PC gaming. Warhead being my personal favourite. This would DEFINITELY be a day one buy. I would love to see Crysis: Maximum Edition come to GOG DRM free with full online and LAN functionality. Crysis Multiplayer and Crysis Wars are fantastic. I would also love to see this come fully stocked with all of the same bonuses that the original Crysis: Special Edition retail version had, such as the storyboards, soundtrack, the making of Crysis and the exclusive Amphibious Armoured Personnel Carrier vehicle. http://crysis.wikia.com/wiki/Crysis_Special_Edition
I have the Steam version of this game, and it would definitely be nice to have this here. Crytek already has Far Cry here, so I suspect EA is to blame for this. Of note is the fact that Crysis 2 Maximum Edition on Steam uses only the basic Steamworks DRM and not anything like SecuROM or TAGES SolidShield. The SecuROM activation limit for Crysis (1) Maximum Edition on Steam was raised from 5 to 50 when Crysis 3 was announced, which makes you wonder why they haven't removed it altogether. Once again, EA is probably the one to blame here. This game is six years old, which means that DRM is not going to help sales, so why not just release it DRM-free? DRM can help protect sales in the critical first weeks of release, but it's only going to cause more harm than good if it isn't removed afterwards, since illegal copies will be out there by then and the DRM isn't useful any more. (I know I'm taking a position that the GOG community isn't going to like, but developers do need some sort of protection for their hard work.) As Valve managing director Gabe Newell said, "This belief that you increase your monetization by making your game worth less through aggressive digital rights management is totally backwards." http://kotaku.com/5835328/why-portals-publishers-dont-fear-piracy-competition
@willmcloone, they're not the same publisher, Ubisoft is Far Cry & EA is Crysis. Anyways, I'm off to the Crytek forums to bitch that the DRM is just deterring potential customers rather than stopping pirates, which won't do a damn thing I'm sure.
Would love to see the Crysis series here. Don't see why it couldn't be, as GOG already has FarCry 1 and 2. I know GOG would have the common sense to make Crysis compatible with modern systems, unlike "elsewhere".
Definitely want this on GOG. Like Regrets, I refuse to buy the physical edition as it has some nasty DRM.
@Tevosion: Can't vouch for the AMD part (I'm an Intel/Nvidia guy), but it not working on 64-bit Windows seems to actually be an antivirus issue. http://forums.steampowered.com/forums/showpost.php?p=33580720&postcount=38
Gotta love how this, one of the best FPSes both in terms of graphics and gameplay, has so few votes. Is 2007 not old enough or what?
Deserve to be here because its not compitable anymore with windows 64 bit and AMD processors.
Actually wanted to buy this. However, the game has a DRM (SecuROM) and I refuse to buy it until the DRM is removed.
Great game that deserves to be here