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50% Off Interplay Games at GoG.com


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This morning Good Old Games has decided you’re far too poor and destitute to bother with some fancy summer vacation. Quick! Someone recall Bill from his balloon and call Brandon back from the beach! Instead they, and you, should save money by staying home and buying old Interplay games for 50% off.

Okay, sure, the reasoning isn’t particularly sound, but there’s a solid list of games in GoG’s Interplay lineup that includes the Fallout series, Descent (including Freespace), and Jagged Alliance, all available for a $2.99 through July 4th. In fact, you can save yourself the decision making and pick up all 32 games for $95.68. Don’t do it because I said so, though. Just listen to what Alan Rickman thinks of all this…

Kind of sums it all up right there, doesn’t it?

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Todd Brakke

Todd was born in Ann Arbor with a Michigan helmet in one hand and a mouse in the other. (Never you mind the logistics of this.) He grew, vertically anyway, and proceeded to spend over 16 years as a development editor for Pearson Education, publishing books, videos, and digital learning products under the Que and Sams Publishing imprints. Because that wasn't enough of a challenge, Todd has also been a 20-year part-time snob about video games, writing reviews, features, and more for multiple outlets. Follow him on Twitter @ubrakto or check it out his website at ToddsFoolery.com.

6 thoughts to “50% Off Interplay Games at GoG.com”

  1. Jagged Alliance, hmm? Never played it – how big a miss is that and can I still make up for it by reaching into my wallet now?

  2. Jagged Alliance is _amazing_. But I would start with JA2, it’s got a lot of improvements and it’ll keep you PLENTY busy for a long time. If you like X-Com style, tactical games where you develop a team, kit them out, and manage them between battles then this is a can’t miss for you.

  3. I concur. Only played the first one, but it was really good. I imagine the second is worth the price of a cheap burger just to find out.

  4. There’s an opensource project for the second one that adds tons of features, weapons, graphical improvements, higher resolution support etc etc as well. See here and thank me by showing support for the game by buying it on GoG to show them we’re keen for the long-in-development sequel

  5. I’ve actually bought the game three or four times now, just to show my support for a future version.

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