System Shock 2 is considered by many to be one of the scariest games ever made, and its influence in the industry has been far reaching. The game even went on to provide a basis for the critically-praised Bioshock franchise. Unfortunately, the game has been barred from getting a proper sequel - or even a rerelease - due to what can only be described as a rights snafu. Some thought we might never see the game again. Well, not to fear, because I have some news that will put a shock to your system. Rock Paper Shotgun The first of the article is an extended interview with a representative from Good Old Games (or GoG if you're hip) and Stephen Kick, the man responsible for securing the rights. They talk about all the hoops they had to jump through to make this deal happen, so it's very much worth a read. So, if you're looking for a blast of nostalgia or a chance to experience one of gaming's premiere horror experiences, this is for you. Not only will it include extras (like a map of the ship, a soundtrack, and an interview with Ken Levine), but since it's being sold on GoG, the copy you download should be completely DRM-free. So, you know, that's nice. I don't know about you guys, but I'm hyped. I'm hyped fo' sho'-DAN.