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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.
There's a note on Steam's page on Deus Ex: Human Revolution that the version there got a region restriction for specifically my country so it soured me. It's a good thing that I could by buy it here by 2021. So only on my wishlist for now.

For Dungeon Siege, I bought it on Steam's regional pricing for less than $1.5. Basically I have to buy 3 times the price for a backup offline installer here. That is a luxury that I currently can't afford.
Sale suggestions from what I've played:

- Gex
- Pandemonium 1
- TR 1-3, AoD, LastRev+Chronicles

Many of the sale games are less than $1 too :)
Dungeon siege are all great games. For a couple of quid you can’t go wrong. Shame about the missing dlc. Fortunately I have all it from back in the physical era.

Great games, and now my Deus Ex collection is all in one place.
Quick Question:

Is the Mankind Divided Digital Deluxe Edition exactly the same content as the Game + Season Pass?

Does buying the Digital Deluxe mark the game and season pass as owned/vice versa? Thanks.
AdastAdamov: I thought Deus Ex Human Revolution Director Cut has only good improvements over original version.
Am I missing something here? Because I played only original back then.
I've only played the Director's Cut and it looked good and ran flawlessly on my old rig. Some of the 'modifications' was that they made the boss fights able to be done in a Pacifist manner, so if you were more of a stealth kit than guns blazing, you weren't gimped... Which is not a bad thing.
Well, looks like Hell has frozen over. Never, ever expected to see a major Japanese publisher release their games here. Hopefully we'll be getting Final Fantasy too.

So is DX:HR Director's Cut still lousy? That's a shame. I'd gladly just buy the original with all DLCs included, even though I already own it on Steam.
Does Square have the rights for the DS2 expansion? I've never seen them selling it, nor here, nor Steam, nor their own store. I guess if there are no compatibility issues one can track down second hand discs.
pkk234: What are the Dungeon Siege games like. Y'all are pretty excited about em.
I played DS1 in the past.
It was a nice party hack&slash with cool 3d graphic for the time, but.. also with a barebone linear story and not very planned for higher difficulties & levels or multiplayer (you can't even export characters between adventures, without using a mod).

I enjoyed the game anyway, like 7\10, but those who prefer complex RPGs should stay away.
DS2 seemed more loved than DS1, but I can't comment on that.

By the way, I think that the expansion Aranna added various improvements, so it's a pity that it's missing.
Also I recall that an user here on Gog created a HD textures pack.
Post edited April 29, 2020 by phaolo
holy crap gog! can't sneeze at 5 awesome releases.



Bought everything Eidos I don't yet own. Even though I bought the Dungeon Siege trilogy off Fanatical yesterday

NOW FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, GOG, GIVE ME BLOOD OMEN: LEGACY OF KAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Never could get the steam version of DS 1 or 2 running. Will wait for reviews / forum to populate with threads before making a purchase.
First time when May will be made not by Star Wars, but Deus Ex ;)
Does anyone know if dsiege 1 and 2 have the little expansion packs included

EDIT: legends of Aranna, for whatever reason the steam version lacks this and the story kinda stops
Post edited April 29, 2020 by ShaunRoberts
The consumables included with the Covert Agent Pack of Mankind Divided were a one time use item that, once redeemed, couldn't be used in another playthrough. Do they work as before or it is different now?