If you didn’t have a chance to play System Shock 2 when it released over a decade ago, you’re running out of reasons not to play it. The game released on GOG back and February, and only yesterday it arrived on Steam. If you grab it before May 17 you can enjoy a 30% discount — $6.99, down from its regular price of $9.99. Seriously, if you haven’t played this, System Shock 2 is one of the smartest horror games available.
It released way back in 1999, but don’t let that fool you. It really was ahead of its time, and with all this renewed interest, who knows? Maybe we could be on our way to getting a sequel or spiritual successor. Eternal Darkness is getting one, so it’s certainly possible.
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