well jim the only advantage for the dos games is you don't have something like 
realspeak.
At 08:50 p.m. 3/08/2009, you wrote:
>Hi Josh,
>
>Just wanted to mention that I have converted all of my dos games to windows 
>versions.  Personally I think that the windows versions are much better.  You 
>know because they use DirectX rather than shelling out to use an external 
>sound player program.  Plus I like the sapi5 voices.  The only advantage that 
>I can even think of is that the dos versions do put text to the screen rather 
>than to the sapi5 text to speech engine.
>
>BFN
>
>    Jim
>
>DOS never says "EXCELLENT command or filename"...
>
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