Just a couple months after the digital debut of X-Wing and TIE Fighter, the folks at Good Old Games have announced plans to start selling three more classic Star Wars titles: Star Wars: X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter, Star Wars: X-Wing Alliance, and Star Wars Galactic Battlegrounds Saga.
That sure is a mouthful. In addition to those three digital debuts, GOG's also releasing Battlefront II, Dark Forces, and Knights of the Old Republic II, all of which are already available on Steam. (Though of course these have the distinct advantage of being DRM-free.)
As for the rest of LucasFilm's massive catalogue, well, we probably won't see (the original) Day of the Tentacle or Grim Fandango any time soon, given that Double Fine is remastering them both, but I imagine the trickle of new re-releases will continue throughout 2015. GOG is already teasing another set of announcements for Thursday morning -- "We're not saying more right now, but we know the wait will be worth it for six great reasons."
Maybe they have snagged the films? GOG does sell movies now. I'm just hoping for Zak McKracken.