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Today 3 engaging platformers make a grand comeback on GOG, this time as a part of the Disney Classic Games Collection.
35€?
Retro prices.
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§pec†re: Retro prices.
This made me lol.
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Breja: Also, GOG could still offer a bundle purchase of a set of games that are also being sold separately.
Of course they could do so. But then they also should take the games you already own into account and not make you pay again for them with the bundle.
Post edited Yesterday by eiii
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§pec†re: Retro prices.
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Enebias: This made me lol.
Still only $7.50 per game. (Remember that Genesis Aladdin and SNES Aladdin are not the same game.)

Retro prices would probably be $50/$60 per game (or $30 for each handheld versions), and that's ignoring inflation.
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dtgreene: Retro prices would probably be $50/$60 per game (or $30 for each handheld versions), and that's ignoring inflation.
For the CARTRIDGES, not for a pseudo emulated rom.
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Cadaver747: Regular 16-bit console versions (and a few extra) *remastered* with rewind, save and "watch" (no idea) functions.
The watch function actually is quite useful. It shows a video of the part in which you might be stuck and how to solve it if you would be a perfect player.
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Breja: Also, GOG could still offer a bundle purchase of a set of games that are also being sold separately.
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eiii: Of course they could do so. But then they also should take the games you already own into account and not make you pay again for them with the bundle.
The bundle discount mechanic is actually a big advantage of Steam - with the downside of DRM of course. So if GOG would develop something similar (bundle discount not DRM ;)) it would be great.
Post edited 16 hours ago by MarkoH01
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Breja: Also, GOG could still offer a bundle purchase of a set of games that are also being sold separately.
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eiii: Of course they could do so. But then they also should take the games you already own into account and not make you pay again for them with the bundle.
We take into account if you already own some of the games inside the bundle :) The more games you have (max 2 of course) the higher the discount.
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dtgreene: Retro prices would probably be $50/$60 per game (or $30 for each handheld versions), and that's ignoring inflation.
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Zoidberg: For the CARTRIDGES, not for a pseudo emulated rom.
yup ..... cardridges were quite expensive , paid 30 to 40 bucks ( Hfl at that time) for ATARI 2600 ms pac man cardridge.....

anyway .... 34.99 is (×̯×) shocking
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§pec†re: Retro prices.
yup ....

.... it is a fact that Europe with its Euro has done a terrible job .... prices were converted.... BUT after a short period they just replaced the fl with a euro sign (×̯×)

Anyway next step will be a digital " euro" that will have only one advantage ...... it will be "virtual"" and you cannot lose it because if you lost your wallet you had a big problem ( never lost my wallet cause i am very careful not to loose anything :D))
Post edited 11 hours ago by gamesfreak64
I bought this expecting that the old separate versions would be automatically removed from my game library as this is an upgrade that (if I understand correctly) contains everything contained in these individual versions. I don't like having unnecessary clutter, duplicates, multiple versions etc amass in my game library as it goes against the very reason of having a game library to begin with—there's not much point in having a personal game library if it's starting to look like any random page of the GOG game store listing. ..