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Squeenix Joins Good Old Games

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GOG.com announced today that they've added Square Enix to their roster of publishers with the additions of the Eidos classics Deus Ex and Hitman!

Deus Ex: Game of the Year Edition not only contains the absolutely amazing and influential first-person shooter/RPG hybrid, but also the game soundtrack, an avatar, manual and controls reference and two wallpapers. It'll run you $9.99

Hitman: Codename 47 was the first entry in the series featuring the stealthy assassin. (I liked this one less than Deus Ex because stealth games frequently frustrate me) For $5.99 you'll get the game, four avatars, manual and control reference card and wallpaper.

There's more Square Enix games in the pipeline, but Deus Ex should keep you occupied until then. If you haven't already played it, shame on you. It's brilliant! And I love GOG.com for continuing to bring DRM-free PC gaming to those of us looking for a nostalgia fix (and those who weren't around to enjoy it the first time)!

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