By Kieron Gillen on September 27th, 2010 at 7:36 pm.
This excerpt from a hefty interview with Good Old Game’s Guillaume Rambourg caught my eye…
“The thing is, I believe we are running after roughly 200 good old games, and then I think the PC catalogue will be pretty much packed. There are only so many good old games. 450, 500 and then I think we’ll be done.”
Which does make sense, as long as the GoG wanted to keep its vaguely curatorial bent. He says their current aim is to add one key publisher per quarter and speculates it’ll take another year or two to get the full array of what they’d like to have. That said, if they’ve already included bloody Blood Rayne 2 in there may make you raise an eyebrow at what GoG considers both good and old.