Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment Now on GOG

Subject: General Tech | February 12, 2015 - 03:26 PM |
Tagged: warner bros, pc gaming, GOG

Another publisher signed a deal with GOG to sell and distribute games, DRM-free. To launch their partnership with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, six games have been added and five of them are on sale. LEGO Batman (50%-off), the two LEGO Harry Potter games (each 60%-off), F.E.A.R. Platinum (50%-off), and Bastion (60%-off) will be at their reduced prices all week.

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The sixth title comes from their acquisition of Midway Games and is actually a three-game combo: Mortal Kombat 1+2+3. One person in the comments said that they are DOS-based versions and controller support might be a problem (although JoyToKey should solve that problem nicely - especially for a fighting game without analog controls). The first two games only support single PC multiplayer, although Mortal Kombat 3 allows LAN. Of course, LAN support should be easily extended to online multiplayer with people that you know online via VPN software, but I have not tried it myself and lag could be a problem.

All six titles are DRM-free, because it's GOG and that's how they roll.

Source: GOG

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February 13, 2015 | 02:01 AM - Posted by Master Chen (not verified)

Bastion? That's...nice. But no REAL Batman? Eww.

February 13, 2015 | 08:41 AM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

I want to buy it to support it, but DOS? Really? I've already got every version emulated elsewhere, so DOS isn't really an incentive. Step up your game, WB.

February 14, 2015 | 09:48 AM - Posted by collie

TO BE FAIR the old DOS MK 1,2,3 was better than the consoles at the time.

February 13, 2015 | 03:24 PM - Posted by Daniel (not verified)

Bastion is fantastic, atmospheric and has the best soundtrack in a game since GTA Vice City. I'm tempted to buy it again just to have a DRM free version.

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