Would you rather hack and slash your way through goblin hoards, or hack systems and slash goons with your nanoblades? Either way, Square Enix is running a publisher sale on GOG, and its leading offerings are a Dungeon Siege collection and the newer Deus Ex games, all coming in at under $5.
The Dungeon Siege collection, which includes the three mainline titles from Gas Powered Games and Obsidian, comes in at $2.99, an 85% discount. The same goes for the Director's Cut edition of 2013's Deus Ex: Human Revolution, the series reboot that introduced new protagonist Adam Jensen.
2016's sequel, Mankind Divided, is a bit pricier if you want the deluxe edition with the DLC season pass, but you can pick up the base game alone for $4.49. On Steam, the deluxe Mankind Divided bundle is priced at $44.98, but Square Enix is offering it for just $6.74 on GOG.
Of course, though Dungeon Siege and the newer Deus Ex titles are new additions. Square's got plenty of other throwbacks on GOG. If Adam Jensen doesn't strike your fancy, you can always go back to the days of JC and Alex Denton—both Deus Ex and Deus Ex 2: Invisible War are on sale for just shy of a dollar each.
There's a smattering of other Square-published classics (like the original Thief trilogy and the Legacy of Kain games) and some less fondly remembered titles (Daikatana and Gex) on serious discounts, too. The sale lasts until early next Monday, so you've got a little time to make up your mind or hunt for change between the couch cushions before chasing these deals.