Bethesda have announced a re-release seven-year-old first-person shooter Quake 4 on Xbox 360 this coming June.
Bethblog reports that the US version will re-launch 19th June at $19.99.
"If you didn't pick up an Xbox 360 at launch, it's possible you might have missed out on one of the system's best launch titles, Quake 4," Bethesda claims.
"With it becoming harder and harder to find a new copy of the game, we're happy to announce we're re-releasing it at a low price of $19.99."
There's a lot focus recently from publishers urging fans to support developers by buying new copies over second hand, so the news of a $19.99 price point is a perfect compromise over the CEX asking price of £2.50...
Twelve months ago I loved Bethesda. They were the team who brought me The Elder Scrolls and Fallout, so in giving thanks to their gaming masterpieces, I followed them blindly and thought they could do no wrong and were near-perfect. Admittedly, the Todd Howard lead development team I've still got a lot of love for. The publishing side however, I loathe.
My list of complaints, without any use of Google, reads as:
Brink was under-developed and rubbish.
Hunted, I don't even care enough about to state my opinion on.
Rage could have been so much more.
Skyrim was shipped with more bugs that a festering corpse.
And now they're releasing a game that's over seven years old? This is nothing but capitalism at its finest.
Bad form Beth, bad form.