It has become usual for the release of a PC game to disappoint anyone who tries to grab it on the first day, as brick and mortar stores can’t be bothered to carry enough physical copies and the publishers download service collapses under what should have been an expected demand, but many people are now happily playing.  Many of those are probably finding that their actions per minute aren’t quite as impressive as they were a decade ago but the nostalgia combined with the new experience is a formidable pair. 

Here at PC Perspective we covered the performance aspect of the game last week but there is more coverage out there about the anti-aliasing issue.  If you are still sitting on the fence trying to decide whether to pick up the game, both Wired and Gaming Heaven have pulled themselves away long enough to publish full reviews.

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