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Broken Sword 4 hits GOG, first 3 games on sale

11:30 AM on 10.18.2011

I thought I only suffered from media amnesia when it came to crappy dime-a-dozen B-horror movies, but looking at 2007's Broken Sword 4: The Angel of Death I can't remember if I have ever played it or not. Good thing it's now on Good Old Games for $9.99!

To celebrate, GOG is having a 50% off deal on the first three Broken Sword games ($2.99 each) until Friday 6:59 a.m. EDT. I'm pretty sure I skipped the third game, but the first two are excellent examples of '90s era point & click adventures; the GOG version of these two includes the remastered and original editions to boot.

Can't wait to pick up Broken Sword 4 when it goes on sale!


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