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Get Thief, Tomb Raider, Deus Ex, Soul Reaver, and more Square Enix titles 50% off!

If you read the tagline, what more is there really to add? Our Ultimate Square Enix promo offers you the chance to get games from some of the most exciting series with a nice 50% off discount. Square Enix catalog features some of the most impressive gems in the GOG.com offer. Titles that evoke memories and emotions in thousands and thousands of gamers. The character cast of the Square Enix stable alone is impressive enough to make one's heart race. If GOG.com had a red carpet, celebrities such as Lara Croft, Garret the Master Thief, Agent 47, Kain and Raziel, and JC Denton would arrive to walk it on a limousine marked by Square Enix logo. Let's take a quick look at the featured games, shall we?

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This Week on GOG episode 13
Post edited February 08, 2013 by G-Doc
I'm thinking of getting Startopia and Gangster: Organized Crime as I've a thing for simulation/management games at the moment even though I've more than unplayed and paid 60 games..

Anyone that wants to convince me? :P (Money isn't an issue, having bad games on my GOG shelf is)
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Nirth: I'm thinking of getting Startopia and Gangster: Organized Crime as I've a thing for simulation/management games at the moment even though I've more than unplayed and paid 60 games..

Anyone that wants to convince me? :P (Money isn't an issue, having bad games on my GOG shelf is)
Startopia is great, one of the best games I've ever played, and one of the funniest too :) Haven't played the other one, but looks good.
Yeah, I was just entering the thread to post :

In my opinion, people would be wrong to not buy startopia.
Well nothing for me here as have all the eidos games i want. Recommend Deus EX though great game.
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TheEnigmaticT: Let's not fight, kids. "If you can't say something nice..."
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gameon: That's all you have to say? This is the second time Licurg has given me a death threat.

The forum terms of service state that you want users to feel comfortable and that there is no harassment. Well that was, and i'm not happy about it.
That wasn't a death threat. As someone who's actually received a few personalized ones, trust me on that.

By your own admission, you're apparently paranoid and you've mentioned in other threads that you suffer from a number of conditions that make you non-psychonormative. As such, it's entirely possible that you don't realize this.

To that end, let me be clear: this is, indeed, a forum where free and open discussion is encouraged and we're as inclusive as a grouping of several thousand virtual strangers can be. Part of what happens when you bump up against other cultures is that they view things differently and say things that might not feel friendly to you. That's part of how other people view the world and if you expect to be part of any community, you will need to understand that you are not going to be greeted with open arms from every single person you meet.

Licurg does not know where you live; he lives approximately 2,580 km away (that being the distance from Bucharest to London) and is no position to actually threaten you. He doesn't know your postal address, so he can't mail anything lethal to you. Finally, he doesn't even know your real name, so finding out who you are to *do* anything dangerous to you is problematic. Even under British harassment laws, you do not have a reasonable suspicion of actual threat, here, and there's no call for legal or police proceedings. If you feel this is a legitimate death threat, then I simply cannot help you because you don't operate on the same psychological plane that I do. If you, instead, are trying to censor someone else who you don't like by appealing to the moderators of the forums here and whining about it, you're not going to have much luck with that.

That said, Licurg, I suspect we'll all be happier if you simply ignore gameon in the future, instead of antagonizing him.
Me likey many of these games. Trouble is, I own many of them :(
So many Squeenix sales across all the digital storefronts... Are they the next ones going bankrupt?!
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TurnipSlayerr: It's ok to be 3rd or 4th you know ;)
That's a euphemism for loosing. :P

Anyway, hate you guys. Awesome promo, bad timing.
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TheEnigmaticT: That said, Licurg, I suspect we'll all be happier if you simply ignore gameon in the future, instead of antagonizing him.
Easier said than done....
No love for Urban Chaos?
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TheEnigmaticT: Part of what happens when you bump up against other cultures is that they view things differently and say things that might not feel friendly to you.
Cultural Phrases From Bucharest???

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Licurg: Will you just die already?
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Licurg: I don't care if you're on GOG, it's you being alive I'm bothered by.
Yeah it's a clash of muppets and it's hardly a legitimate death threat but it does constitute harassment and I don't think there's much paranoia there, it is pretty much spelled out and if you think it could just be a comical statement then the 'no shit' follow up all but negates that.
Time to pick up the Soul Reaver series and Urban Chaos then.
Square Enix owns The Horde and it's not on GOG yet? What a shame.

Same goes for Revenant.
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gameon: Don't forget this either: http://www.gog.com/gamecard/mob_rule
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keeveek: Lol, didn't even know it's here :-)

I am waiting for Gangsters 2 release, by the way.
If you're thinking of grabbing Mob Rule I suggest you take the first game in the series instead. Even flawed as it is, Constructor is a lot of fun but when I tried Mob Rule I just didn't feel the same fun.

Granted the first game is tough as hell (it's hard to even keep up with the city council demands alone, much harder if you add enemy AI) but even when I was being massacred I still had fun. I don't know if the second game is so hard because I couldn't keep playing for long - I just went back to the first game.