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Awesome pack of XCOM games including Enemy Unknown + DLC, on Amazon US.

XCOM: Enemy Unknown
XCOM: Enemy Unknown: Slingshot Pack
XCOM: Enemy Unknown: Elite Soldier Pack
X-COM: Apocalypse
X-COM: Enforcer
X-COM: Interceptor
X-COM: Terror from the Deep
X-COM: UFO Defense

Note 1:DOES NOT include: The Bureau

Note 2: AFAIK All Steam, not sure if split or single keys

Note 3: Price is at current exchange rate, DOES NOT include charges/fees applied by your bank/paypal/card provider/etc.

Note 4: Amazon US, so usual US Amazon address trick required.

If you want a XCOM:EU/The Bureau pack, check this post:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bureau-xcom-eu-bundle-steam-15-40-amazon-com-1671210

EDIT 1:Price has been lowered further to $9.99 (£6.19), even more of a bargain now! Thats cheaper than buying UE on its own without the DLC! They may change it so be fast!
-Thanks to Whizzey for the price update! ;)
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tfish#1
Care to share what the 'usual address trick' is?
SDLiam 1 Like #2
Amazing deal.
Illusionary#3
tfish
Care to share what the 'usual address trick' is?
You'd need to change your Amazon address to a US one to make the purchase. As this just comes as a key for activation, that doesn't stop you from receiving it.

Excellent price for all of this! I'd buy it if I didn't already have all of the older games on Steam, plus Enemy Unknown on PS3.

Edited By: Illusionary on Oct 03, 2013 17:47
tfish#4
Did you ever play Lazer Squad?
techpops#5
I wish they'd sync up their deals. It's all the same company, with digital downloads there's no reason for this. I don't really want the hassle of a fake address being setup but I'd of gone for this just to cherry pick out the best ones. Last time I played xcom was on the Amiga and it used to bog down and run so slow later on in the game, when a lot was going on. I imagine it'll fly now :) I remember it being a great game, so tense.

Does it hold up well today?
techpops#6
tfish
Did you ever play Lazer Squad?
I had that on the Commodore 64! Now that really is going back. It's the same guy/girl/people that made xcom isn't it? I never played it on PC. I guess that was one of if not the first turn based strategy.
Rhoobarb 1 Like #7
techpops
I wish they'd sync up their deals. It's all the same company, with digital downloads there's no reason for this. I don't really want the hassle of a fake address being setup but I'd of gone for this just to cherry pick out the best ones. Last time I played xcom was on the Amiga and it used to bog down and run so slow later on in the game, when a lot was going on. I imagine it'll fly now :) I remember it being a great game, so tense.

Does it hold up well today?

I believe the problem is with the publishers not Amazon, why they have issues over who can buy x in region y is beyond me. At least a fake address is easy to add to your Amazon account, no proxies required ;)
Enemy Unknown is good, it really keeps true to the originals, just with newer graphics, etc.

Not sure about the older ones as I haven't played them since the Amiga/pre-3d PC days. ;)

tfish
Did you ever play Lazer Squad?

Never managed to find it (there was only 1 independent game shop by me, variety wasn't their 'thing' lol)

I do remember something similar called Sabre Team though.

Edited By: Rhoobarb on Oct 03, 2013 18:56
techpops#8
Rhoobarb
techpops
I wish they'd sync up their deals. It's all the same company, with digital downloads there's no reason for this. I don't really want the hassle of a fake address being setup but I'd of gone for this just to cherry pick out the best ones. Last time I played xcom was on the Amiga and it used to bog down and run so slow later on in the game, when a lot was going on. I imagine it'll fly now :) I remember it being a great game, so tense.

Does it hold up well today?

I believe the problem is with the publishers not Amazon, why they have issues over who can buy x in region y is beyond me. At least a fake address is easy to add to your Amazon account, no proxies required ;)
Enemy Unknown is good, it really keeps true to the originals, just with newer graphics, etc.

Not sure about the older ones as I haven't played them yet ;)

Ah, i stand corrected and edumicated. Of course, those evil publishers and their DRM fetishes
Rhoobarb#9
techpops
Rhoobarb
techpops
I wish they'd sync up their deals. It's all the same company, with digital downloads there's no reason for this. I don't really want the hassle of a fake address being setup but I'd of gone for this just to cherry pick out the best ones. Last time I played xcom was on the Amiga and it used to bog down and run so slow later on in the game, when a lot was going on. I imagine it'll fly now :) I remember it being a great game, so tense.

Does it hold up well today?

I believe the problem is with the publishers not Amazon, why they have issues over who can buy x in region y is beyond me. At least a fake address is easy to add to your Amazon account, no proxies required ;)
Enemy Unknown is good, it really keeps true to the originals, just with newer graphics, etc.

Not sure about the older ones as I haven't played them yet ;)

Ah, i stand corrected and edumicated. Of course, those evil publishers and their DRM fetishes

EVIL! :D
techpops 1 Like #10
Aha Sabre Team!

http://www.emuparadise.me/GameBase%20Amiga/Screenshots/S/Sabre_Team_%28AGA%29_2.png

I loved that game. I have flashbacks here of levels on a ship that were brutal

Edited By: techpops on Oct 03, 2013 19:02
tfish 1 Like #11
techpops
tfish
Did you ever play Lazer Squad?
I had that on the Commodore 64! Now that really is going back. It's the same guy/girl/people that made xcom isn't it? I never played it on PC. I guess that was one of if not the first turn based strategy.

Yes Julian Gallop. There were a couple of earlier game called 'Rebel Star' which were also good. About 26 years ago not that long back ;o)

Great games.

You can get them on the spectrum emulator still worth a play.
tfish 1 Like #12
Sterner Regnix and his droid bodyguards is a must play mission against a pal.

Fun with a rocket launcher.

Spectrum version>http://www.worldofspectrum.org/infoseekid.cgi?id=0002813
tfish#13
techpops
Does it hold up well today?

Yes worth a shot, iv only played Enemy Unknown.
Whizzey 1 Like #14
This is showing $9.99 now, roughly £6.22!!
Rhoobarb#15
Whizzey
This is showing $9.99 now, roughly £6.22!!

Thanks, will change
tfish#16
Pretty sure it jumps up to $14.99 with Rebel Taxes

Edited By: tfish on Oct 04, 2013 12:37
Whizzey#17
tfish
Pretty sure it jumps up to $14.99 with Rebel Taxes
If you use a state that doesnt have sales tax you avoid this dont you?
tfish#18
No idea.
Satan#19
Thanks for this - just purchased. I don't know why this deal has been expired

For those unsure, you can use a billing address in Alaska to avoid sales tax, whilst still happily using your UK based credit card. You get a steam code which redeems fine.
stubar#20
tfish
techpops
tfish
Did you ever play Lazer Squad?
I had that on the Commodore 64! Now that really is going back. It's the same guy/girl/people that made xcom isn't it? I never played it on PC. I guess that was one of if not the first turn based strategy.

Yes Julian Gallop. There were a couple of earlier game called 'Rebel Star' which were also good. About 26 years ago not that long back ;o)

Great games.

You can get them on the spectrum emulator still worth a play.

i bought Enemy unknown from Steam on Friday as part of their daily deal and immediately thought how similar it is to Laser Squad (Spectrum). Now it all makes sense that the same guy is responsible for both games!! Really great stuff!!

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