79 days ago

Stalker PC game for sale

Hayden from Johnsonville

Hi everyone,
The case and disk are in great condition with only minor scratches that doesn't affect the usability of the disk. Was made for older versions of windows but runs fine on my windows 10 laptop, may need to run it through compatibility mode which is very easy to do.

Game description:
In 1986 the world shook with the force of the largest nuclear accident ever. Twenty years later the repercussions are only just beginning. New life breathes new terror into an environment of fear and an invisible enemy reveals the true face of violence. Welcome to a world of mutation and montrosity where no man's land becomes one man's land.

Welcome to Chernobyl. Where man made hell.
- Begin your descent into the huge and twisted hell of a post nuclear Chernobyl.
- Attempt to survive the radioactive hazards of the zone using combat, stealth, trading and communication.
- Scavenge hunt and shoot your way through the vast challenges of multiplayer via LAN or online.
- Encounter the dark mutated threats of an open world teeming with artificial life governed by real world physics

Price: $20

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