Outlaws, Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb and More Join GOG
GOG has added yet another six LucasArts games to its library of retro titles.
Back in October 2014, GOG made more than a few retro gamers happy when it revealed that it would be re-releasing LucasArts' classic library of PC titles. Its initial salvos understandably focused on the studio's Star Wars games. That being the case, the digital retailer announced a new cluster of releases today, focusing in on some of the studio's adventure titles as well as a few other non-Jedi gems.
On the point-and-click adventure front, gamers can now enjoy DRM-free editions of Monkey Island 2: Special Edition: LeChuck's Revenge, The Dig, LOOM and Zack McKracken and the Alien Mindbenders. The site is also adding new digital versions of the spaghetti western FPS Outlaws and Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb. This will be the first time that Zack McKracken, Outlaws and The Emperor's Tomb have ever been sold as digital products.
With the exception of Monkey Island 2 ($9.99), all of these games are being sold for $5.99. Hoping to help promote the new releases, GOG is also offering a 20 percent discount on Monkey Island 2, The Dig and Loom. The discount will expire on March 26th, one week from today. This wave of releases will bring the number of LucasArts games available at GOG up to 30. Even so, the site has already promised that more games from the now defunct game maker are coming in the future.
Ooo, Outlaws, I remember playing a demo of that over and over back in the day...
But still no Yoda Stories? Come on, I want my Yoda Stories!
I was literally thinking mere hours ago how sad I was that I lost my copy of Emperor's Tomb and couldn't get it digitally.
Welp. Instant customer.
I wish they would hurry up and release Full Throttle. That's the one I have been waiting for.
I missed that game.
Played it all the time with a Joystick back in the day. Game made me smile. That's a huge piece of my childhood right there
Been waiting for that since they announced GOG was putting up Lucasarts titles.
Still the best Western game on PC.