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Submitted by buckley 442d ago | news

Games for the Masses–Weekend Deals 10//04//2013

Atlas Burke: "Welcome back to Games for the Masses, where you pay less to play more. This week the aliens are among us, as it’s X-COM, X-COM, and–guess what? More X-COM. Looking for the classic Microprose X-COM experience? How about the entire classic X-COM library (even the flight sim X-COM Interceptor) for less than $4? Want something a bit more modern? Well, you can bring your sectoids to 3D with 2012′s X-COM: Enemy Unknown for free all weekend. As in at no cost. F-R-E-E. If you like it–-and you will–-you can make the purchase final for less than $10." (Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition, Final Fantasy VII, PC, PS3, Spec Ops: The Line, Xbox 360, XCOM: Enemy Unknown)

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