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Across the years, Dungeon Siege and Deus Ex series gathered a massive fanbase among the gamers worldwide. Today Dungeon Siege Collection, as well as Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Director’s Cut and Deus Ex: Mankind Divided arrive on GOG.COM in all DRM-free glory.

Dungeon Siege Collection (-85%) includes three parts of the cult fantasy RPG series, along with the DLC titled Treasures of the Sun. The Dungeon Siege series was born in 2002 from the Gas Powered Games studio members' passion for the RPG genre. The title captivated gamers around the world with its rich fantasy world, beautiful 3D graphics, and mechanics that were easy to grasp even for the beginners in the RPG domain. It was only a matter of time when the sequel was released in 2005 with the expanded world and a more complex storyline.

Over the years, Dungeon Siege became a cult classic. This led to a movie adaptation of the game featuring Jason Statham and, finally, to the third part of the series. This time it was created by Obsidian Entertainment (veterans of Baldur’s Gate) and published by Square Enix. Released in 2011, Dungeon Siege III introduced gamers to an innovative combat system that made the gameplay even more dynamic and engaging.

Deus Ex: Human Revolution (-85%) is also a good example of revamping a cult series. After Deus Ex (2000) and Deus Ex: Invisible War (2003) made a lot of fans thanks to the cyberpunk setting and RPG elements, the series went into a hiatus for nearly a decade.

Human Revolution lets us revisit the same dystopian universe of the future, albeit its story is set a few decades earlier. The world is divided between the supporters and opponents of human augmentations. The main protagonist, Adam Jensen, is a former SWAT member and the head of security at a tech company. He is being cast into the above-mentioned strife after suffering heavy wounds and being biotechnologically enhanced in order to save his life. During the game, the player can expand the main character’s augmentation further, making him even more lethal.

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided (-85%) further expanded on adventures of Adam Jensen, merging action elements with RPG decision making, that changed the face of the storyline. One of its highly praised elements was the so-called Breach - an alternative game mode set in the virtual world. On top of that Deus Ex series was even further expanded with the successful comics series.

Now you can revisit the fascinating universes of Dungeon Siege and Deus Ex once more, thanks to the Square Enix Publisher Sale on GOG.COM featuring deals up to 89% off until 4th May 2020, 1 PM UTC.
W3irdN3rd: Tomb Raider, Just Cause
tfishell: What I want to see here! JC1 seems like an easy bring.
There actually is a DRM-free retail version of JC1, some later budget release. Keep in mind though that the car handling is god-awful, there are no mods to fix it (there are no mods for JC1 period afaik) and there are no cheats either!

Running and gunning is okay though, boats are doable as well from what I remember.
Very nice surprrise!
phaolo: Also I recall that an user here on Gog created a HD textures pack.
Vythonaut: Correct, here it is:
One of the very few instances where "tighten up the graphics" makes sense. ;)
TheMonkofDestiny: Okay GOG, for your next magic trick can you pull the WB rabbit from the hat and drop those Batman titles in a similar publisher sale?
Weeeell, didn't I read a mention in the "unofficially confirmed" thread that this might likely happen, too?
Post edited April 29, 2020 by Mr.Mumbles
I'll be honest. I was sure SE is done with GOG and with DRM-free in general. This is an extremely pleasant surprise. Deus Ex Mankind Divided was heavily discounted on Steam before, yet I did not buy it (despite putting quite few hours into Human Revolution) because of Denuvo. I am buying it here today and I hope that SE gets the message.
Welp. These are releases that I might very well get despite being Windows-only..
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Dragos98: Hey guys, there's a guide on Steam that shows how to get the expansions for Dungeon Siege 1&2 working. Not sure if it works for the GOG version.
They seem to i've done a guide here:
Swedrami: I stand corrected.
So it does work then, in this case at least.
zlep: Actually, it almost always does work in this way. Buying a bundled edition marks both the bundled edition, plus all the individual titles as bought.

What you're confusing it with is the other-direction case. If you buy all the individual titles in a bundled edition, GOG doesn't mark the bundled edition as bought, even though the content you own is identical.
But with games such as The Evil Within bundle or Mafia III Deluxe, they both leave the Season Pass as unmarked, even though it’s included in the bundle.
Never expected to see the other Deus Ex games here. Insta-bought! :-)
So i assume the system requirements for dungeon siege collection is for the 3rd game the others are lower in system requirements.
Not sure if i buy but gonna check some videos.
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It would be really nice if Feral would stop being so lame about not having Mac/Linux ports on GOG.
TheMonkofDestiny: Okay GOG, for your next magic trick can you pull the WB rabbit from the hat and drop those Batman titles in a similar publisher sale?
Mr.Mumbles: Weeeell, didn't I read a mention in the "unofficially confirmed" thread that this might likely happen, too?
It could be quite possible. Arkham Asylum, City, and Knight all have DRM-free versions on Epic. How they've eluded here for so long I don't know.

Meanwhile I'll admit I didn't anticipate the newer Deus Ex games here any time soon so this is a pleasant surprise.
Beautiful Dungeon Siege Collection. Good Work GOG. Congratulations
Would the Deus Ex: Human Revolution DC work on a Geforce GT 1030? In the past I only played the older Deus Ex 2, that is more action oriented.
Post edited April 29, 2020 by op_2020