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    We've seen this sale before, but not quite for this reason. GOG.com is running a Lunar/Chinese New Year event that lops 71% off the price of the Wing Commander series. That's all DOS & Windows games for just $14.02! Individual titles you might not have ever picked up are just $1.79. GOG typically runs several sales like this each year, and every one is another great opportunity for new fans to join the fold. If you have a friend that still hasn't joined in, let them know about this affordable chance to help save humanity!
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    In Mass Effect, Commander Shepard uses The Normandy as a base of operations between missions, and the same is true with Metro Exodus&#8216; Aurora. While aboard the steam-powered machine, players are free to roam around, tinker with the workbench, hide weapons away in a personal arsenal, and even strike up conversation with passengers. Adding to the similarities, some

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    On the brink of ultimate disaster, the Iconian Wars came to an abrupt, improbable end. Billions had died across hundreds of worlds and the relentless mass of the Iconian war machine hung over Earth, ready to bring the Federation and her allies to heel. But against all odds and reason, the naive hope for peace prevailed. The exact details of why the Iconians ended their assault are shrouded in mystery. But ultimately the details matter less than the simple fact that here we are, watching a new dawn after a long night of terrible storms. The reversal of fortune sits heavy on those that were there for the Second Battle of Earth, also called the “Battle at Midnight” - a reference to the infamous Doomsday Clock from Earth’s 20th century. That battle claimed hundreds of ships and tens of thousands of lives. The survivors, now some of the most decorated officers in Starfleet, the RRN or the KDF, have the

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