Originally Posted by qubit
Now, there's merit to that give 'em away free argument.
But they obviously must update them just enough to strip out the original DRM and make them compatible with Windows 7, multicore CPUs, modern graphics cards etc where necessary.
Anyway, Unreal Tournament
is still my hot fave from this era (1999) and it plays smooth as silk on modern hardware. Heck, hardware from 5 years ago could play it smoothly.
I do still play it, too.
Ok thumbs up to GOG and thumbs down to EA for selling games near 20 years old.. If EA's asses get any tighter they be totally constipated.
But sure it's nice of EA to remove DRM, but to be honest i was hoping it was with newer games.