DRM is Gamer’s Kryptonite!
Minuteman can jump like an overpowered cricket and deflect bullets with his psychic force field while smashing the enemies with his powerful punches. Tombstone is the master of electricity and a ghost-whisperer. Quetzalcoatl embodies an ancient vengeful Aztec deity. Bullet can move so fast, that many people believe he can be in several places at a time. Those are only few of many superhuman operatives known as the Freedom Force. Their new, somewhat unexpected mission: to go back in time and stop the nazis from winning the World War II. A task that would’ve been much easier if the Third Reich didn’t have its own super-soldiers.
Freedom Force vs. the 3rd Reich combines RPG character management and development with real-time tactics and stylish comic book-like graphics. It offers many cleverly designed missions which call for skillful use of your characters’ unique super-abilities. And, if the original cast of heroes doesn’t meet your expectation, you can always create one yourself, giving him or her a unique look, and a set of powers. Finally, make sure to check out the story-driven multi-player scenarios when you finish the single player campaign.
Zip up your costumes, iron your capes, and get ready to kick some Nazi butts in Freedom Force Vs. the 3rd Reich for only $2.39 until Tuesday, April 29, at 9:59 AM GMT.
Freedom Force Vs. the 3rd Reich comes with a versatile character creation tool, that let’s you design your very own golden age-style comic superhero. We’ve been thinking about a hero that represents what GOG.com stands for: Guardian of Games, a keeper of the gaming archives, a bringer of joy, and mankind’s first line of defense against DRM. So, how should Guardian of Games look like? Show us your custom-made character here, in the forum thread, before the promo ends (use of custom textures allowed!). We’ll choose three best entries and award 3 gift codes for $9.99 games to the best, 2 to the second, and 1 to the third-best entry. Start channeling Kirby, Lee, and Kane and–most importantly–have fun!
Source: GOG – Good Old Games