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Serious Sam HD: The First Encounter Screenshots and Images - PC

Serious Sam HD: The First Encounter
Game Description:Originally released in 2001, Serious Sam won numerous accolades including Game of the Year on Gamespot and Editor's Choice on IGN. Developed on Croteam's proprietary Serious Engine 3; Serious Sam HD: The First Encounter stays true to the source material, as our hero takes on Lord Mental's forces across a variety of battlegrounds set in various ancient civilizations. The gameplay remains as intense as ever and the humor intact, all this in glorious high definition!
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