By Spencer . March 20, 2008 . 12:02pm
While critically acclaimed, Dreamfall: The Longest Journey didn’t reach mass saturation when it arrived in retail stores. Microsoft is giving the sci-fi meets fantasy adventure game a second chance on Monday. Dreamfall: The Longest Journey will join the existing line up of Ninja Gaiden: Black, Psychonauts and Halo with the same 1200 Microsoft Point price tag ($15). Not a bad deal if you missed out on Dreamfall: The Longest Journey the first time around, but you can save gigs of hard drive space if you opt for a retail disc, which Gamestop is selling for around $3 more.