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Screw System Shock 2! Instead, buy Daikatana on GOG.com

8:00 PM on 02.13.2013

Be Romero's bitch for only $5.99!

While the internet is getting hot and heavy about System Shock 2 finally coming to Good Old Games -- boooooooooooooooooooooooorrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinnng.

I'm over here playing Daikatana, guys. For only $5.99, you get Superfly Johnson, wonky A.I., four distinct worlds, a pretty great soundtrack, and one of the most infamously disappointing games of all time.

I really liked Daikatana. Well, everything except playing it. I listened to the soundtrack in my mom's car, had fun exploring the levels, and laughed at the terrible voice acting. It was so ambitious. It kind of holds up in an odd way, since I can still appreciate what it aimed to do, even if it didn't accomplish that.

The game kind of sells itself, huh?


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