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Good Old Games Adds 'Dungeon Keeper 2' And 'Wing Commander' Classics

by Rainier on Aug. 25, 2011 @ 12:54 p.m. PDT

GOG.com has signed a digital distribution agreement with Electronic Arts, expanding its catalog with classics like Wing Commander: Privateer, Dungeon Keeper and Ultima Underworld 1+2, priced at $5.99, both Win7/Vista compatible, and DRM free.

In a ground-breaking, earthshaking, and jaw-dropping deal for all fans of classic PC games, GOG will be bringing back DRM-free versions of some legendary EA titles to its digital catalog. Since GOG’s launch, its users have hungered for classic games from its catalog, and GOG.com will finally feed that hunger with plenty of yesteryear’s blockbusters from the globally renowned publisher.

GOG will be adding more than 25 titles from EA over the next few months, so the games will be unveiled gradually by GOG. With today’s announcement three widely known and much awaited brands get the revival treatment from GOG.com.

Good Old Games announced that another batch of next 8 classic titles from Electronic Arts is hitting GOG.com's catalogue, Dungeon Keeper 2 and Wing Commander 1+2, each for only $5.99 and DRM-free of course!

While the agreement between Electronic Arts and GOG.com brings back many acclaimed and well known franchises, it doesn’t include the much anticipated System Shock or Syndicate series at this time. After releasing the first six Electronic Arts classics, GOG.com will take a break from the concentrated awesome until later in the summer.

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