Digital shop Good Old Games announced today that Square Enix is adding some of its PC games to their library. Starting today, you can purchase DRM-free copies of Hitman: Codename 47 and Deus Ex that are compatible with Windows XP/Vista/7.
In Deus Ex, players control a counter-terrorism agent named JC Denton. His nanotech augmentations turn him into a one-man army. You can upgrade his skills and augments in several different ways in order to suit your playstyle. You can complete missions with stealth, brute force, charm, technological wizardry or some combination of all four.
The version of DX on GOG is the "Game of the Year Edition." It comes with a digital soundtrack as well as a PDF newspaper called the Midnight Sun. The Midnight Sun, based on a newspaper seen in the game, provides additional backstory on the DX universe.
Hitman: Codename 47 lets players be a highly-paid assassin. Like DX, Hitman gives players a lot of leeway in completing objectives. You can kill your targets with a wide variety of weapons and gadgets. It's best to kill your marks silently but there are a number of ways to do that.
Hitman costs $5.99 to download, while Deus Ex is priced at $9.99.
"There are a few more heroes from SquareEnix, that deserve a special treatment from GOG.com, and we will be announcing them in coming weeks," says GOG. "Today, it’s time to shave your head and buy an AMT Hardballer or wear sunglasses at night and save the world from the Illuminati."