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(I have trouble posting links so just type "raptor" in the games wishlist and it should come up)

EDIT: here it is: http://www.gog.com/wishlist/games/raptor_call_of_the_shadows_original_dos_version
Post edited April 08, 2015 by Gengar78
Bit late but upvoted; This is an awful half-assed port

(Cheeky hijack - If you like shoot'em'ups, upvote jets'n'guns too!

https://www.gog.com/wishlist/games/jets_n_guns_gold
https://www.gog.com/wishlist/games/jetsnguns
)
Post edited August 26, 2016 by Cyker
I know its not gog...BUT, you can buy the dos version right from the 3D Realms website!

https://3drealms.com/catalog/raptor_23/
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b1inky: I know its not gog...BUT, you can buy the dos version right from the 3D Realms website!

https://3drealms.com/catalog/raptor_23/
I'm not sure its the DOS version... look at the system requirements.

I'm quite annoyed that they didn't at least include the DOS version as an extra, or provide the option to install either (like they do with TIE Fighter - you can install three different versions).

I generally prefer to play old games in their "authentic" state, i.e. I don't use higher resolutions than would have been available, I generally use 4:3 resolutions, etc.
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b1inky: I know its not gog...BUT, you can buy the dos version right from the 3D Realms website!

https://3drealms.com/catalog/raptor_23/
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Fat_Barry: I'm not sure its the DOS version... look at the system requirements.

I'm quite annoyed that they didn't at least include the DOS version as an extra, or provide the option to install either (like they do with TIE Fighter - you can install three different versions).

I generally prefer to play old games in their "authentic" state, i.e. I don't use higher resolutions than would have been available, I generally use 4:3 resolutions, etc.
It's DOS, I own it. Alternatively, you can buy the DOS version on steam too. It's DRM free on there as well, so you don't need to use the steam client to play.
I don't get it. Why couldn't they have DOS version here as well?

I was about to buy it when I saw all the talk about bad port. Holy feck, why?