Good to know that it was a good decision to buy it back in 1998. At the time I thought I was mad to pay 60$ plus shipping costs for a game package with games, that I already own as DOS versions. But if you take into account what you would have to pay today...
LeHah said:I think its that Kilrathi Saga didn't sell as well as EA had hoped which prevented a larger/second print run.
LeHah said:I don't know if games work the same way as books but do unsold games get sent back to the publisher if they don't sell?
They played just fine for me and I have XP.Patton said:On the surface, KS seems like a great deal, but the WC2 port is horribly bugged, and it is nearly impossible to get WC3 to run correctly under XP. Honestly, I found it easier just to get the original versions of WC1, 2, and 3 to run under DOSBox than to try to get KS to work right.
Then again, WC2 isn't the same after experiencing the vulcan Mass Drivers on the ferret and Broadsword in the KS version. They literally shot three times as fast as they should, and I think it was only for the craft you were flying. It made some of the Sabre vs Gothri fights tame, as you ripped the cats to pieces with your GAU-8 mass driver.