System Shock 2 Is Now Available On GOG.com

System Shock 2
GOG.com is pleased as punch to present the latest addition to its DRM-free catalog of classics-the masterpiece of gaming history, System Shock 2. The game, which perfectly balances fast-paced action, intense storytelling, and FPS gameplay with action-RPG elements, is available right now for only $9.99, only on GOG.com.
System Shock, featured on probably all “The Best of” lists of modern computer games, is widely considered a cult classic and one of the most influential games of all time, particularly in the first-person shooter and horror genre. Even almost 14 years after its original release, the story of Soldier G65434-2 trying to survive on board of Von Braun and Rickenbacker spaceships is a modern sci-fi horror masterpiece which needs to be experienced first-handedly.
System Shock 2 arguably offers the most intense storytelling in the history of computer games. It perfectly splices Sci-Fi with survival horror, FPS gameplay with character stats, upgrades, and inventory system of the role-playing genre, fast paced action with chilling terror. As you slowly and carefully explore your surroundings, the game begins to swallow you whole, and soon enough you feel completely immersed in the terrifying reality of an interstellar ghost-ship.
The GOG.com version of System Shock 2 was developed by Night Dive. System Shock 2 is available worldwide for only $9.99 compatible with Windows 7, 8, Vista, and XP.

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