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Beyond Good & Evil price drop

At under a tenner for the PC version, it's a bobby dazzler.

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It's more than two years since Beyond Good & Evil was released and seriously impressed us with its involving narrative, fluid graphics and smooth blend of multiple gaming styles.

So why it's only sold about 12 copies since then is beyond us, frankly. But now there's no excuse not to own Beyond Good & Evil, as the PC version is being re-released on budget label Focus Multimedia at a bargain price of only £9.99.

BG&E follows the adventures of freelance photographer Jade as she finds herself caught up in a strange alien adventure involving puzzle-solving, hovercraft-racing, space travel and Rastafarian rhinos, amongst other things. Oh, and it was created by Michel Ancel, aka Rayman's Dad.

If you really, really can't be persuaded, why not consider the other titles in the Focus range, which include Dragon's Lair 3D, Rayman 3 and Crossword Buff 1501. [I can think of a couple of reasons! -Ed]

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