I just simply cannot justify it for 50$ because of my one rule of 1$/hour minimum
I'd expect max 20 hours of gameplay from a game like this, i don't even consider FC3 to have a multiplayer
I think the game is very fun. Pretty sure you can easily get over 20 hours of gameplay if you plan on doing the side quests, crafting and whatnot. Discovering all radio towers as well as taking over all of the pirates base camps instead of just rushing through the main story line quest.
There's also a bunch of missions for Co-op, but I haven't yet touched those.
GoG, has some great deals and games, I have about 20 games there, Witcher2 and the infinity engine games (PS:T, BG/BG2, IWD etc) and a few others- Ultima VII. They just were giving away Duke Nukem 3d for free yesterday. All DRM free, but I still prefer Steam and wish I bought Witcher2 through Steam. But it is a great service.
I actually have Dark Sun somewhere. I remember when I was younger trying to figure out what to do. It was so confusing. You can also just download it on one of those Dos Games sites and then us DosBox.
I actually have Dark Sun somewhere. You can also just download it on one of those Dos Games sites and then us DosBox.
Yeah, I got both from an abandonware site. But I'd still love to get a version from GOG so I always have it working right. Last time I got halfway through the game when I downloaded the abandonware and I couldnt launch it anymore.
And I agree! I used to just fight in the arena and end up dying lol. I was so confused as a kid. One day, I finally got further in the game and figured out what to do - and I lost the manual somehow so I couldn't advance. Damn it.
MDK (this game kinda blew me away when it first came out. there was really nothing else like it ...at least as far as i can remember) http://www.gog.com/gamecard/mdk
Phantasmagoria (was the biggest game ever released at the time. came out on 7 CDs and was probably the most 'mature' game i ever played back then. had a bit of nudity (which was totally uncommon in games at the time, and some really disturbing and gory death scenes. it also had a r*** scene ...which is something you don't ever see too often in games) http://www.gog.com/gamecard/phantasmagoria
Giants: Citizen Kabuto (i remember this was one of the first games that made use of 'T&L' tech (transform and lightning) on the first Nvidia Geforce cards. after all the hype about how awesome this game was gonna look, i finally picked it up and was pretty blown away by the graphics (i believe i was running a Geforce 256 at the time). aside from having some really nice graphics (pretty awesome for its time), it was a pretty good game, too. http://www.gog.com/gamecard/giants_citizen_kabuto
and here's the very first game i ever bought on PC. i actually bought
it before i even had my PC (got the PC a couple weeks later). The 7th Guest http://www.gog.com/gamecard/the_7th_guest
some of those puzzles were frickin hard ...ended up using a walkthough for some of them. anyway ...after playing SNES games for a couple years and then seeing 7th Guest, on CD no less, ...well, i was quite blown away to say the least. i don't think i ever turned the SNES on again ...eventually selling it and all my games (had around 30 SNES games when i sold it). the PC gamer in me was born.