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Mkoda wrote:A windows friendly copy of the original game. Really, it'd make my day and a lot of other days. You might even make Dirty Harry's day and he's been waiting for someone to do that for a LOOOOONG time.
paultakeda wrote:KS page you'll see that inXile would if they could
TheSpartan wrote:paultakeda wrote:KS page you'll see that inXile would if they could
Bingo. EA has the rights to publishing the game, and are not keen to re-release it (EA being EA I'm sure). Unfortunately the only way to find working copy now it would seem is to pay a visit to your friendly neighborhood torrent tracker.
Ekaros wrote:EA has done quite a lot with GoG.com, I really hope they move onward with Wasteland too...
Mkoda wrote:I know that it's ultimately up to EA, hell I've even considered trying to get a petition going amongst we few fans of the game...somehow I just think 11.5 names-one of them is under five feet tall hence the .5-isn't going to wow them into submission.
I've also thought about sending them love letters, dirty articles of clothing, animals my dog has killed, animals that I've killed, and a rather nice sock puppet named Mimsy. Somehow, common sense has told me none of the suggested ideas are going to work either.
Yes, I know GOG games run off of Dosbox but the nice part is that I don't have to open up and run Dosbox. Yes, I know this makes be a lazy bastard; however, when you're fighting the Dude in the competition for the laziest man in the world you have to take drastic measures. Some people I know were gleeful the first time they used Dosbox, even excited, it just reminded me how much Dos sucked the proverbial donkey dick. I used it frequently and often, I still remember how to use it, just prefer not to.
Gamebanshee wrote:Newport Beach, CA - July 10th, 2012 - InXile Entertainment today confirmed that Wasteland 2 will include the original Wasteland game that was released in 1987.
Zombra wrote:I wonder if they'll be able to release it to preorderers BEFORE Wasteland 2. I mean, licensing/legal issues aside, why wouldn't they?
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