Lots of classics incoming.
Today, Ziggurat Interactive has announced that they are partnering with GOG.com to re-release classic titles, both for the first time and because they now can.
“We are excited to be working with Ziggurat Interactive to launch their games on GOG.COM” said Bartosz Kwietniewski, Business Development Manager at GOG. ”We share a passion for preserving classic games and are sure that GOG users will be very happy with these latest additions to our catalog.”
Games include Elite Warriors: Vietnam, a tactical FPS which puts players in the boots of a Studies and Operations Group member. There's also Darklands, one of the earliest open-world RPG titles, Line of Sight: Vietnam, which drops players into Vietnam as an elite sniper, Slave Zero, which is set 500 years into the future as a saboteur, NAM, which was built in the Build Engine that gave us Duke Nukem 3D, and Fields of Glory, an early RTS title that puts players in the shoes of 19th century commanders such as Napoleon and the Duke of Wellington.
“Making classic and new games available to as many consumers as possible has been a goal of GOG from the beginning, and we’re pleased to partner with them to launch our burgeoning library on their service,” said Michael Devine, Senior Vice President of Business Development, Ziggurat Interactive. “With a launch line-up that includes titles like, Slave Zero, Deadly Dozen, Fields of Glory, and Line of Sight: Vietnam, we think there’s something available for all fans of the classics.”
Over the few weeks, Ziggurat Interactive will be announcing the release of additional games, including new titles that are planned for 2020 and 2021, which will include updated versions of games such as Deadly Dozen.
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