dealsselection of ea games 60% off for $2.39 + free…

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these should be freeware by now.

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@aggiejd: some games are just classic, and worth $3
FYI Ultima 3 is the one on the NES wikipedia.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ultima_III:_Exodus

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I am buying a bunch of these... Especially Wing Commander: Privateer. That was an absolute classic back in the day that I spent months playing through. $2.39 is totally worth no longer having to fool with DOSbox and my original CD.

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bought all the wing commander games. lots of fun, brought back good memories of hacking the autoexec.bat to make 2 work, back in the day.

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@aggiejd: I agree in theory, but GOG is a great step forward given that IP law has been completely poisoned by unchecked lawyers. I'd rather pay 3 bucks for a DRM free game than not have it at all.

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30 years later and Lord British is still raking it in...

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a dutch friend of mine clued me in on this and I was going to repost here

no need for the credits, some wicked games at a cheapass price! cant beat it

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@bogus: I'd rather pay 3 bucks for a DRM free game than not have it at all.

^^^ DING DING - I agree =)

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@aggiejd: I agree things like copyrights going on a thousand years beyond the creators' death is a bit much, but that anything ~20 years old should be free is extreme in the opposite direction. Being convenient and cheap is a good way for these games to be.

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the ultima games were the best. you can get some of the individual games on that site for free too which is nice. I am downloading ultima IV now for free which was always my favorite. thanks for link.

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So, how are the ultima games different through this gog thing, vs playing the originals using Exult? I already own these, but it's such a bitch to find a floppy drive to install u7 again... will these work right out of the proverbial box?

Charles.