Remember Citadel: 'System Shock 2' Emerges from a Legal Quagmire for a gog.com Release

Posted Wed Feb 13, 2013 at 06:30 AM PST by
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The PC classic has also been promised for Steam.

'System Shock 2,' known today by the majority of gamers as Ken Levine's proto-'Bioshock,' but considered by others to be a peerless classic, emerged today from the entanglements of the demise of Looking Glass Studios in preparation for a re-release tomorrow on gog.com.

As detailed in Rock, Paper, Shotgun the gog.com version will allow the game to run on modern systems while retaining the ability to support the many existing user mods and will be available for $9.99. A Steam version has been promised, but a date has not been revealed.

Source: Rock, Paper, Shotgun

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