Square Enix has finally debuted on Good Old Games, and it has two Eidos classics to kick things off. The legendary Deus Ex and the iconic Hitman: Codename 47 are now available on GOG for your edification.
Deus Ex: GOTY Edition costs $9.99 because Squenix knows it can get away with it, while Codename 47 is $5.99. GOG promises that more Square Enix games will be coming to the service in future weeks. Maybe the PC port of Final Fantasy VII will come back! You never know.
In any case, this is pretty cool. I always love it when GOG scores a big name.
|9:00 PM on 06.26.2011|
Happy 11th birthday, JC Denton!
Today marks the 11th anniversary of Deus Ex, the greatest game of all time and a product of the '90s that blew away PC gamers and future developers when it was released. While its non-linearity, immersive world, and narrative...more
|11:30 AM on 04.03.2013|
Deus Ex: HR Director's Cut gets a fancy new Wii U trailer
Now that we know the Wii U content for Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut won't be leaving that platform, are you ready to give this new port a shot? To give you a bit of a push, Square Enix has just launched a new tra...more
|1:00 AM on 04.03.2013|
New Deus Ex: HR Director's Cut content won't leave Wii U
Speaking to Penny Arcade Report, game designer Emile Pedneault stressed that the goal for the Wii U-exclusive Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut was for it to not be considered a port. "We really wanted to tak...more
|12:28 PM on 04.01.2013|
[April Fool's] Deus Ex goes 2D retro in Human Defiance
Not to be confused with the upcoming Wii U port -- which is, in fact, not an April Fools gag (angry comments coming in 3 ... 2... 1 ...) -- Deus Ex will be making the jump to 2D in Human Defiance -- well, at least in some al...more