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dudalb: Laura Bow 1 and 2
Army Men:Rts
The Sierra "Conquest" games
Swat 4
among others.......
I referred to "Good" old games from 90s released this year (please check the OP's message).

As for the Conquests of Camelot: The Search for the Grail and Conquests of the Longbow: The Legend of Robin Hood, they were already mentioned by
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BreOl72:
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Crosmando: Honestly I don't think GOG will ever be able to top the mass release of all the Gold Box/D&D games.
Exactly, but I do hope that we'll see Discworld game series some day.
Post edited May 15, 2017 by Cadaver747
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Crosmando: Honestly I don't think GOG will ever be able to top the mass release of all the Gold Box/D&D games.
NOLF, but this is also subjective.
Only very few... that's less than a thousand, right?
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GR00T: Did someone turn on the JMich signal?
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Chacranajxy: Yes, and he can cite numbers for as long as he wants. The relative value of the old games that get released these days is what's up for debate. Who cares if old games are technically being released if most of them are crap?
Most old games are crap. Just like most new games are crap. Ce la vie.
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blotunga: To be fair there aren't that many good games from the 90's that are easily obtainable. Besides games from 5-10 years ago are old in most people's view.
Old can be relative.
Anything late is old. :P
You are wrong and you should feel bad.