Two Disney titles have been removed from GOG.com, Disney's Aladdin and Disney's The Lion King. The classic 16-bit retro platformers are no longer available on
All digital is the future everyone!
Delisted doens't mean it's gone from your harddrive if you already own it. Just means it's not for sale any longer.
The point is that now you can't stumbling upon a game like this and buy it in the future like you can with a physical game. For anyone who didn't buy it/didn't know it existed, it's gone forever (legally/legitly). That's a huge issue going forward.
I didn't know that these games are available on PC?! are these native PC ports or running on emulators? if this is true, I'm missing out. damn...
Possibly a way for Disney to do a quick "Remaster" and re-release them to coincide with the "live action" versions of the films.
Yes but if it's a DRM locked game you can't share or re-sell it like you could with physical, so anyone wants it in the future can't get unless another source has it.
Exactly. this sort of thing happens to all media formats. Hell... I'd love to buy a copy of Kiss meets the Phantom (as I had it on VHS years ago but lost it). I cant because it is out of print and there is no DVD copy available to buy. People who think it sucks for games don't know the struggle for other formats as well. Delisting is the same as out of print. It happens.
Will be on Epic tomorrow I’m sure.
Delisting is why I dont like digital. Unfortunately, it will be more common as the industry pushes towards it.
Guess I'll just sail the high seas as usual. Yo ho ho biatch.
Good thing emulators exist
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