Retro gaming site GOG.com is a god-send to any fan looking to pick up a past love or discover a classic gem, but the absence of publishing giant EA has always been felt in the website’s catalog.
Today we can finally say “No more!” as the two companies have announced a partnership. EA will bring more than 25 of their past hits to the service with a total of four already available. Ultima Underworld and its sequel lead the charge, which is bound to please gamers who can remember as far back as 1992. Wing Commander: Privateer and Dungeon Keeper are also available. Each game goes for $5.99.
The remaining games will be rolled out “over the next few months” as the presser says, with Crusader: No Remorse, Sid Meier’s Alpha Centauri and Magic Carpet being highlighted. Our personal pick? Westwood’s Blade Runner point and click adventure game. It’s been a long time since we got our hands on that gem.