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    • TWO free games! Don't buy one.... Credit to WhyCry who pointed out that Humble is offering the excellent Shadow Warrior: Special Edition (2013) gratis, normally retails for $49.99/£39.99 - yup pricey even after all this time. Special Edition includes: Serious Sam 3 Sledgehammer, Hotline Miami Katana, Shadow Warrior Digital Artbook, Shadow Warrior OST. Log in to Humble, add to cart, upon completion you'll get your code to redeem on Steam. You'll love this action shooter because it's funny, violent, offering good variety to gameplay, more difficult than most games but still enjoyable such is its 90's heritage. Purely my own opinion, I found it was a better game than Shadow Warrior 2 where some love was lost in level design and enemies. That's not to say it was a bad game at all but different in that respect. Get another free anyway... Next deal is one was made free a fortnight ago. Despite its 1997 release, this is one classic game that sits well alongside Doom, Quake, Duke Nukem, Wolfenstein. Shadow Warrior Classic is a violent shooter that retro gamers of that era will love and you can get that free direct from Steam and/or GOG (here). If you found the controls and graphics were a little dated for your liking, you could pop Shadow Warrior Classic Redux on your wishlist. However, I would still recommend you play the original to appreciate the series. Shadow Warrior series has plenty of Easter eggs to satisfy completionists out there, enjoy!
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