Oh, well, I just hope the "really old" games will remain GOG's priority.
It has been wonderful to have some of the goodies from the past playing so well on a modern machine.
I suppose what's defined as "old" could be the next debatable topic.
Of course, I
don't call a game old till it's about ten !!!!
Yes, I knew in advance (from someone posting here at Gameboomers) that the UK disk version had activation restrictions.
But as disk versions don't always stay available for long periods (and games carrying activations are a risky "used" buy) I decided to go ahead.
However, a "non activation" disk release would still be a great temptation
I don't see any indication on the outer cover that activation will be required but once the shrink wrap is off and the case opened - there's no avoiding that line of numbers