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Ground Control 1&2, Evil Genius, Moonbase Commander, Sniper Elite, and more Rebellion games 60% off!

It's time for the weekend promo. Today, we begin our [url=]Rebellious Reduction: all the Rebellion titles are available 60% off. The catalog amounts to the lucky number of 13 games, out of which most will satisfy strategy fans looking for a solid title to sweeten their weekend. Not really into strategies? No problem! You'll also find some action titles or even a collection of classic pinball tables in this week's special offer. Let's take a closer look at some of the titles, shall we?

If you enjoy grand Sci-Fi battles and well balanced, dynamic RTS gameplay in 3D environments you should check out Ground Control (+Expansion) and Ground Control 2: Operation Exodus. It will take hours, and hours of challenging and exciting play to complete all the scenarios of both installments, and you can get each of them for as little as $2.39.

For strategy fans that appreciate humor, we've got Evil Genius, a real-time mad scientist lair management sim in which you terrorize the world with your inventions. This fantastic title delivers some of the greatest comedic moments you'll ever experience in a game. You can start building your base and expanding your evil empire for only $3.99 this weekend. Unconvinced? Let our user JackAttackNZ tell you a little bit more about Evil Genius!

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That's only a small sample of what we have in store for you! You can also build an off-world base in Moonbase Commander, a game that brilliantly mixes resource management, tactics, and puzzle mechanics. Or you can spend hours upon hours sneaking up on Nazi soldiers in Sniper Elite: Berlin 1945. Head out to the Rebellious Reduction promo page, and check out the full selection. The 60% off offer lasts until Tuesday, October 29, 4:59AM GMT.
Post edited October 25, 2013 by G-Doc
Haha! Raven told me to go look news, wasn't expecting my video there! Thanks for the link guys, even though that fake accent is pretty cringe worthy...

EDIT: Fixed name
Post edited October 26, 2013 by JackAttackNZ
If only Empire Earth 1 ran on my computer. A lot of people have problems with it.
saluk: If only Empire Earth 1 ran on my computer. A lot of people have problems with it.
You may want to elaborate on the issue. I'm pretty sure that there's a solution to the problem. I've played the game on several different systems with different operating systems and graphics cards (even some awful chipset from old laptops) without any issues (well, aside from the ones that this abomination of a game has anyway). I can imagine that there's a simple software solution to anything that may keep the game from running.
ShadowWulfe: The silent takedowns were just the best in Rogue Trooper. So was the combat, the challenges (train ride), and pretty much everything in general. It was handcrafted to entertainment perfection.
Frankly it's one of those games that I don't remember much about except that I beat it and had a whole lotta fun with it. But I guess that's a good thing, playing it again someday may feel almost as fresh as the first time. :D

Btw, speaking of Rogue Trooper, another game comes to mind: Counter Terrorist Special Forces: Fire for Effect (aka Nemesis Strike). I played it a year before Rogue Trooper, I think, and recall it as being kinda similar, also a lot of cover based combat and designed for mindless fun unlike Gears of War. Not as good as Rogue Trooper but still fun. Another game I hope we'll eventually find on GOG.

ShadowWulfe: And yeah the challenges in Judge Dredd were kind of a pain in the ass. If only there had been more interest in the game, then maybe they would have fixed it, or someone would have modded it.
Yeah, well, I guess the game never had a chance. A console shooter from Rebellion based on a kinda forgotten license and powered by a not-so-awesome proprietary engine. Oh well...
For those who are interested, the effect of linking to your video:

When Jason – Rebellion’s CEO and co-founder - tweeted earlier in the year about a potential follow up to Evil Genius, he wasn’t talking about Evil Genius Online, which was already in development by a small team here in our Oxford studio.
We’ve always wanted to make a fully-featured PC follow-up. We’ve taken concepts for an Evil Genius sequel to publishers before but we weren’t able to secure the funding we needed. However since then, we’ve looked into alternative ways to get this game funded and created. We are going to make this happen. And it’s going to be soon.
We’ve been watching the Evil Genius community for some time now, and we’re sorry that we couldn’t tell you earlier about our plans. If anything, your enthusiasm over the last couple of weeks has galvanized our efforts!
In the next few days a key member from our Oxford studio will be in touch. They want to engage with the EG community and get you involved in the first steps we take towards the next Evil Genius game on PC.
Please make them welcome, and don’t be scared to share your ideas!
Yours Forever Evily
The Rebellion team
I stand corrected. It will be AWESOME to see a sequel to Evil Genius. I am glad you have taken the time to come online and update us with this news.

I've plenty of ideas that will help you get Evil Genius 2 to be the game you want it to be!