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"Crusader: No Remorse" PC version - full game free
"Crusader: No Remorse" PC version - full game free

"Crusader: No Remorse" PC version - full game free

Origin are giving away the full version of "Crusader No Remorse" for an unspecified length of time (it's a limited deal, but they don't specify for how long).

It's an oldie (very) but a goodie, by the looks of the reviews. You have to sign up for a free Origin account to be able to download it.

Ends 9th December
- FinderOfDeals

7 Comments

Game looks awful to me but I know others like it, so heat added for a good post.

Good deal

jdbigguy

Game looks awful to me but I know others like it, so heat added for a … Game looks awful to me but I know others like it, so heat added for a good post.



The game dates back to the early '90s, when we played our games in MS-DOS rather than Windows, so you have to be a little forgiving of the graphics and video quality. The gameplay and the story of the Crusader series was amazing. The storyline and plot are well thought out and carried throughout both games.

No Remorse has to be on every list of the greatest games of the '90s - it really was that amazing to play. I still keep both my original Crusader: No Remorse and Crusader: No Regret discs, and they're still as good to play today as they were two decades ago.

AGrumpyDad

The game dates back to the early '90s, when we played our games in MS-DOS … The game dates back to the early '90s, when we played our games in MS-DOS rather than Windows, so you have to be a little forgiving of the graphics and video quality. The gameplay and the story of the Crusader series was amazing. The storyline and plot are well thought out and carried throughout both games.No Remorse has to be on every list of the greatest games of the '90s - it really was that amazing to play. I still keep both my original Crusader: No Remorse and Crusader: No Regret discs, and they're still as good to play today as they were two decades ago.


You must be one of the "others" that like it. I remember DOS and I didn't like that much either, but if find a good deal for it, I will add heat again.:p

jdbigguy

You must be one of the "others" that like it. I remember DOS and I didn't … You must be one of the "others" that like it. I remember DOS and I didn't like that much either, but if find a good deal for it, I will add heat again.:p



(_;) I guess I am indeed one of the 'others'. I don't miss DOS by any means. I'm more of a Linux person these days. Spend more time working on a command line interface these days than I did back in the bad old days of DOS, DOSSHELL, and the terrible early days of Windows. oO
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