[PC] S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Bundle (Shadow of Chernobyl, Call of Pripyat, Clear Sky) - £9.47 @ GOG.com
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[PC] S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Bundle (Shadow of Chernobyl, Call of Pripyat, Clear Sky) - £9.47 @ GOG.com

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Found 26th Oct 2017
Just posted by GOG! Cracking games - it's a nice choice for their Halloween sale. Sadly, you can only get them for this price as a threesome; if you remove one, the other prices jump. Hope someone tries them out!
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    When people talk about the Stalker games are these what they are referring to?
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    Pink_Yoshi_Rebel_Army26th Oct 2017

    When people talk about the Stalker games are these what they are referring …When people talk about the Stalker games are these what they are referring to?



    I imagine so!
    Pink_Yoshi_Rebel_Army26th Oct 2017

    When people talk about the Stalker games are these what they are referring …When people talk about the Stalker games are these what they are referring to?


    Yep, they are classics, like BioShock set in Russia (sort of lol), they really are brilliant games
    I loved the stalker games back in the days. I heard they were making another spin off to stalker (savarium)?!
    TGPMatt3 h, 51 m ago

    I imagine so!



    Maevoric2 h, 35 m ago

    Yep, they are classics, like BioShock set in Russia (sort of lol), they …Yep, they are classics, like BioShock set in Russia (sort of lol), they really are brilliant games


    Members of The Chinese Room who developed Dear Esther and Everybody's Gone to the Rapture claim the Stalker games are their biggest influence. Is it anything similar to the Fallout games?
    Pink_Yoshi_Rebel_Army27th Oct 2017

    Members of The Chinese Room who developed Dear Esther and Everybody's Gone …Members of The Chinese Room who developed Dear Esther and Everybody's Gone to the Rapture claim the Stalker games are their biggest influence. Is it anything similar to the Fallout games?


    I would say yes, I've played Dear Esther so can see the atmospheric story driven similarities that it has with stalker, I completed all three stalkers years back and am planning to play them again, there are so many mods
    Edited by: "Maevoric" 27th Oct 2017
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    Maevoric7 h, 41 m ago

    I would say yes, I've played Dear Esther so can see the atmospheric story …I would say yes, I've played Dear Esther so can see the atmospheric story driven similarities that it has with stalker, I completed all three stalkers years back and am planning to play them again, there are so many mods


    Yeah, agreed. It's probably one of the most atmospheric games I've ever played, and it has elements of horror I'd never experienced previously (most notably the Controller enemies - so messed up). But no more spoilers from me - even if you just get the original, you're not missing out!
    TGPMatt12 h, 1 m ago

    Yeah, agreed. It's probably one of the most atmospheric games I've ever …Yeah, agreed. It's probably one of the most atmospheric games I've ever played, and it has elements of horror I'd never experienced previously (most notably the Controller enemies - so messed up). But no more spoilers from me - even if you just get the original, you're not missing out!


    Yeah the enemies, I can vividly remember playing call of pripyat, approaching the crest of a hill, looking down and using my binoculars and seeing 4 mutated dogs fighting an enemy in a valley. I loved the way the enemies carried on fighting when you weren't around, to my knowledge no other game offers that, it adds greatly to the atmosphere.
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