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Cognition: An Erica Reed Thriller (Season Pass)

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Take on the role of Erica Reed, a Boston FBI agent with the power to see the past, as she follows the trail of four different serial killers, and a series of clues left for someone with her specific ability. Who’s leaving the clues? How do they know her secret, and what do they want from her? Developed by a true “indie dream team”, the line-up includes comics artist Romano Molenaar (Batman, Witchblade, Tomb Raider, X-Men) as Art Director and renowned adventure game designer Jane Jensen (Gabriel Knight, Gray Matter, and the upcoming Moebius) lending her expertise as Story Consultant.

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  • Toyotame Toyotame

    How interesting. So, if i own, say, ep 1 and 2 i now need to purchase whole season pass to get 3 and 4? Not even mention that all previous eps is no more sold separately.

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    • Murissokah Murissokah

      Same situation here. You can get them on gamersgate for 5 bucks each or on amazon even cheaper if you happen to live in the US. Too bad they went this way with Desura, I'd love to have them all here.

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      • Toyotame Toyotame

        Thats why i really love GOG sometimes - if it sell some bundle of some games and you happen to own some games from that bundle, you dont need to repurchase them, they simply excluded and total price adjusted.
        BTW, i seen Cognition some time ago on DailyRoyale, whole season for 9$, probably thats how it was supposed to complete

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