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A legendary comeback to take earth back.



<span class="bold">X-COM Classic Bundle</span>, a pack containing five games that set the bar for both tactical and chaotic extraterrestrial warfare, is now available DRM-free on GOG.com with a 75% launch discount. Scavenging the bundle for individual parts grants you a 50% discount on each one.

Is there any gamer left on the planet still unfamiliar with the X-COM legacy? Sure, the organization that was put together when the alien threat reared its ugly head was a project largely kept secret for global security reasons, but the games chronicling its exploits made quite a splash. And for good reason.

When alien invaders do come knocking at Earth's door again, this is what every stalwart protector should have studied in order to prepare themselves for any possible scenario. It's all in here: The tactical, close-combat encounters with alien intruders coming from the far-away corners of space, forcing X-COM to build a <span class="bold">UFO Defense</span>. The extensive research on alien technology that helped scientists understand how to fight back the <span class="bold">Terror from the Deep</span> that emerged from our unexplored oceans. The deep-space fighting against the advancing alien forces that called for a highly-skilled <span class="bold">Interceptor</span>. The desperate fight of a single scientist using scavenged alien technology to clear the streets from aliens as a brutal <span class="bold">Enforcer</span>. But did we ever manage to fully cancel the <span class="bold">Apocalypse</span> and secure our little corner in the galaxy? That is yet to be determined, commander.



Fight the alien forces across five games that (re)defined entire genres in the <span class="bold">X-COM Classic Bundle</span>, DRM-free on GOG.com. The 75% bundle discount and the 50% individual discounts will last until April 5, 13:59 BST / 5:59 AM PDT / 8:59 AM EDT.
Been waiting for this since I signed up on GoG :)
Argh I don't know, I only need 2\5 games, but that price.. this happened too soon\late after Insomnia!
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phaolo: Argh I don't know, I only need 2\5 games, but that price.. this happened too soon\late after Insomnia!
You buy all 5 as a gift, redeem the two you want, then drop the others in the community giveaway. Or buy all 5 for less than the 2 you need.
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phaolo: Argh I don't know, I only need 2\5 games, but that price.. this happened too soon\late after Insomnia!
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JMich: You buy all 5 as a gift, redeem the two you want, then drop the others in the community giveaway. Or buy all 5 for less than the 2 you need.
Eh but the plan was not to spend again much :P
Maybe if I'll convince myself that Xcom 3 is worth it too..

EDIT: ah, good I have various days to decide
Post edited March 29, 2016 by phaolo
I've been waiting for X-Com since I registred. All hail GoG! Seriously, thank you guys for making this finally happen.
Post edited March 29, 2016 by Pizmak01
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phaolo: Maybe if I'll convince myself that Xcom 3 is worth it too..
For less than $8 you get two rock-solid classics, a decent follow-up, a decent space combat sim, and a decent third-person shooter. You could spend more than that elsewhere here and get nothing more than a super-short point-and-click game. :)
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IAmSinistar: These games have needed to be here for so long. Great that they've finally arrived!
Never played them before? Oh, are you in for a treat!
I sure will :D
When I see how much I'm loving Xenonauts, I'm certain of this ! (I'm relaly happy to see this games here, and for this price)
I suppose that I should instal OpenXcom even for my first playthrough ?
This bundle was an instabuy for me. Great to have them all together, too.
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Splatsch: I suppose that I should instal OpenXcom even for my first playthrough ?
I'd try the out-of-the-box experience with the GOG editions first, and the go to that if you have troubles.
Great news. I'm in on this. Also in this genre is Breach by Omnitrend. I wish GoG would add it and the other Omnitrend games to their catalog.
Absolutely fantastic. Instabuy along with the Sid Meier packs.
Thank you GoG, the X-Com series is fantastic.

Awesome prices !
Honestly I never thought that 2K would come here.
Now they are though, I feel a little bad about buying XCom 2 from HB. I mean if it comes here I would still rather have it DRM. Still that is probably a long ways off, so not to worry.
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IAmSinistar: For less than $8 you get two rock-solid classics, a decent follow-up, a decent space combat sim, and a decent third-person shooter. You could spend more than that elsewhere here and get nothing more than a super-short point-and-click game. :)
Yes, but I've just spent ~30$ last week.
Anyway, sorry guys for bothering, I just posted my thoughts without really expecting a discussion :P
I'll think about it.
Post edited March 29, 2016 by phaolo
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phaolo: Yes, but I've just spent ~30$ last week.
Yah, a lot of people are probably walloped by the Insomnia sale. A bit cruel to release a bunch of great titles right after that.
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IAmSinistar: I'd try the out-of-the-box experience with the GOG editions first, and the go to that if you have troubles.
Okay ! I will go this way then :) Thanks !