From: Somewhere in Time
ORIGINAL: Erik Rutins
Based on our testing so far, if it works fine in 32-bit Vista it will work fine in 64-bit Vista. The same unfortunately does not apply to 32-bit XP and 64-bit XP, but on the Vista side they seem interchangeable as far as game compatibility.
Erik, as I just posted in the General Forum, I haven't had any problems running Matrix titles on Windows XP 64. I haven't installed my entire collection yet but I've done quite a wide spectrum of games now to be pretty confident on compatibility. I don't know if Microsoft did any enhancements to the product since it was first introduced to improve things, but that's where things stand now... I'd quit warning people away.
As I mentioned in my other posting, Matrix games do pop up a warning that I have an incompatible Operating System, but allows me to click on "Continue" and it installs and runs fine. I'd remove or modify that disclaimer if I were you. Since you can continue through it, it really serves no purpose. If someone was trying to install the game on Linux, for example, it would be better to issue an explanatory notice after the installer stalled. I can't imagine anyone who uses Linux trying to install a windows based game anyway, unless they are running a Windows emulator and that's another issue altogether.
Signature? Maybe someday over the rainbow.