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The great evil war.

NecroVision and NecroVision: Lost Company are now available, DRM-free on GOG.com. Get them now 66% off each or together for 80% off.
Many evils are born of war: Death, destruction, despair, demons. That's right, while we were too busy fighting each other during WWI, an army of demonic undead emerged from the darkness to tear everyone apart. Thankfully, you can shoot them back into their black hole, first as a heroic American Soldier in NecroVision and then as a German trooper in the prequel NevroVision: Lost Company.

Note: The games do not support any multiplayer features.

The 66% and 80% discounts end on November 12, 11PM UTC.

Watch the trailer for NevroVision.

Check out NecroVision: Lost Company in motion.
Post edited November 09, 2017 by maladr0Id
Great releases ! I heard of them as Painkiller's big brothers.
I always thought these games should be here long time ago.
Glad they are here now and for a VERY nice price as well.

Instabuy.
I just mentioned in another thread that gog should bring these games here a few days ago and now they are here! Does this mean gog has to do what I say? Oh boy, what shall I do with my newly acquired powers?
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Oddeus: I just mentioned in another thread that gog should bring these games here a few days ago and now they are here! Does this mean gog has to do what I say? Oh boy, what shall I do with my newly acquired powers?
Act quick! Think some great games that should be on GOG before you lose your powers. :)
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viperfdl: Necrovision was interesting at least the beginning in the WW1 trenches. Later in the vampire world it becomes generic in my opinion.

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And again another region-locked game. No Necrovision for Germany.
Germany is the problem.
I've never even heard of these. If I ever get my new PC they should run great and those prices can't be beat.
Loved the first NecroVision, still have the CD somewhere. Never thought I would see it again.
Great, this one was on my Steam wishlist, fortunately I never bought them, now I can here!
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viperfdl: Necrovision was interesting at least the beginning in the WW1 trenches. Later in the vampire world it becomes generic in my opinion.

Edit:
And again another region-locked game. No Necrovision for Germany.
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kasasensei: Germany is the problem.
Back then forbidden games were available from "here". GOG changed it - because idk.
Interesting. Necrovision is not available in Germany. But Lost Company is. Why is that, GOG? Is Necrovision actually banned in Germany and Lost Company not yet? Or was there an error with your region locking again?

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kasasensei: Germany is the problem.
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Samet42: Back then forbidden games were available from "here". GOG changed it - because idk.
Because of the German store front. That can be seen as advertising to Germans - and advertising indexed games in Germany is illegal. So because GOG wanted to have a German branch of their site, they had to (pre-emptively) region block some of their games. A very bad deal, if you ask me. ... But no one does.

That said, there have been instances where GOG even pre-emptively region blocked games that weren't indexed in Germany at all.
Post edited November 09, 2017 by Lifthrasil
These games have interested me for some time and come to the GOG catalog at a great time as well. I've been feeling like getting into a good WWI/WWII game lately and have been on the fence about Wolfenstein II, Call of Duty: WWII (yes, I'm a rare one who buys Call of Duty games solely for the campaign), and finally tackling Battlefield 1 from by backlog. But these games have a fun look to them and a very nice launch discount. GOG, you win again! :D
Nice to see lots of extras that aren't being sold separately. That launch discount is huge and the games look like they're worth a shot. Bought.
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Epitaph666: Why have i never heard about this game? It looks awesome just by looking at the pictures.
The first game's retail version was released about the same time period as Cryostasis (which has been removed from GOG.com) and strangely disappears from all retail stores very soon, not only in Greece by the way. I was looking to buy a copy from the UK without any luck.

I think it''s a nice addition to the GOG's catalog, even if it has been late.

Since you're Greek, if I remember correctly the first game had been reviewed in Greek PC Master too. :-)
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Epitaph666: Why have i never heard about this game? It looks awesome just by looking at the pictures.
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vanchann: The first game's retail version was released about the same time period as Cryostasis (which has been removed from GOG.com) and strangely disappears from all retail stores very soon, not only in Greece by the way. I was looking to buy a copy from the UK without any luck.

I think it''s a nice addition to the GOG's catalog, even if it has been late.

Since you're Greek, if I remember correctly the first game had been reviewed in Greek PC Master too. :-)
I see. Well my relationship with PC Master was kinda weird. I had bought some issues from 1996-2006. Then i stopped for around 5 years and started again with the issue that had Duke Nukem Forever (around E3 2010?) till November 2012.
So i missed this game's review. Thanks though!
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guppy44: (..) Yes, I'm a rare one who buys Call of Duty games solely for the campaign
There's nothing wrong with that; i've been playing COD (#2 & Modern Warfare) just for the single player mode and i enjoyed the story in both games; in fact, i enjoyed the story & atmosphere in Modern Warfare a lot and replayed it several times even though the gameplay isn't what i'd call "perfect" (my biggest gripe was the health regeneration and the quite unrealistic number of enemies spawning, but it was fun overall). As for the multiplayer, i played for 5-10 minutes, didn't like it (i still prefer a Counter-Strike/ UT match over anything else). And while the pricing may be too much for such a small campaign (especially if you don't plan on using the MP portion of the game), it's worth it to get it discounted. Too bad the whole series are missing from GOG.