Get Beyond Good and Evil (and others) for free

There’s a mildly insane deal going on at Savapoint at the moment, a shop I’d never heard until today but nonetheless seems legitimate going off a quick bit of Google research. Basically, you can get a bunch of games for free with the £2.99 postage being the only cost. I have no idea what their motive is here (other than that the games are obviously a bit old), but a partial list of games on offer is below the beautiful Beyond Good and Evil image below:

Beyond Good and Evil Free

  • Beyond Good and Evil
  • Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory
  • Brothers in Arms: Road To Hill 30
  • Deus Ex
  • Empire Earth
  • Tron 2.0
  • Rainbow Six
  • Civilization: Call to Power II
  • Starsky & Hutch

Now, as anyone who knows me is aware, I think Beyond Good and Evil is an absolutely fantastic game, and most who’ve played it reckon it’s amongst the best games ever made. I personally rank it alongside super-classics like Grim Fandango and Monkey Island, which should be an indication of how much I think of it – unless you’re an uncultured swine.

I seriously can’t recommend enough that you pick up this game. If it takes a free offer tempt you, so be it. Just play the damned thing, preferably on a console with as old-style television (it hides any graphical inadequacies better), but really anything will do. It was released on the Xbox, PlayStation 2, GameCube and PC so there’s not much excuse for not picking it up for one of them. Even if you went into a shop it’d probably cost you about £5.

Check out the free stuff page (includes non-game items), or ideally skip right to the Beyond Good and Evil page. You may also want to read my older post about Beyond Good and Evil.

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