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GOG’s latest sale is a gladiatorial Battle of the Games
As is their wont, GOG have started up another sale – and this one has you vote on which deals you want.
GOG regional pricing plans are shelved. One price to rule them all
PC gamers have spoken and the team at GOG has listened as regional pricing plans for the DRM free service have now been shelved.
GOG’s Luck of the Irish sale leprechaun-ers the deal market
GOG is muscling in on some St Patrick’s Day action by launching a Luck of the Irish sale, in which, guess what, various PC games are cheaper than they usually are.
GOG offers Dungeon Keeper Gold for free this Valentine’s Day
What better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day than by playing Dungeon Keeper, a game in which you construct a dungeon, populate it with monsters, and murder a variety of invading heroes?
GOG’s offering Telltale and Daedalic adventures for less
What better way to start the new year (or, er, the third week of the new year) than by going on an adventure, eh?
GOG celebrates 5 years with a company history video
GOG has been supplying games to PC gamers for five years now so to celebrate the anniversary and the new year they’ve released a video which takes a trip down memory lane.
Fallout titles removed from sale at GOG due to Zenimax rights issues
We had a fairly good idea this was coming. Back on 12 December when GOG took the (in retrospect, even more tremendous) decision to give away Fallout, Fallout 2 and Fallout Tactics for no money whatsoever, it was with the footnote that the games may be withdrawn from sale in the near future due to rights issues.
GOG.com’s Let’s Party Promo starts 31 December
Over at GOG.com they’ve been running community votes for which particular game bundles get an (up to) 80% discount on any given day of their Winter Sale.
GOG offers up first week of sales again, changes special deals
Good news for those of you who haven’t been feverishly checking GOG every 24 hours in the hopes of a bargain: in honour of the winter solstice (or possibly – since the winter solstice is Saturday – the mid-GOG sale solstice) they’re offering their entire first week of deals again, for the next 24 hours.
GOG offering Fallout games for free as Winter sale starts
GOG’s 2013 Winter sale has begun, offering a whole host of games for ridiculous discounts every single day – but the big news is that the Fallout series is completely free for the first 48 hours.
GOG offering money-back guarantee on game functionality
How fitting. A week after Peter writes a piece about how Steam’s refund policy is garbage, GOG hurls an email at me explaining that they’re changing their own refund policy.
GOG’s Black Friday deal offers 65 games at 70% off
I’ll grant you that GOG putting games on sale for the weekend is not a big surprise, even when it’s Black Friday, but it’s still probably worth me writing about it when they’re offering 65 games at 75% off.
GOG blasts out a weekend shooter sale
This week’s SPECTACULAR GOG SALE is a loud and noisy one, full of guns and explosions and cheesy one-liners.
GOG launches Insomnia Fall promo, may get you free games
That wily purveyor of games both old and good, GOG, have started up what they call an Insomnia Fall promo in honour of the timezone changes messing up everyone unfortunate enough to live in a country with time changes.
Trick and treat: GOG goes horror with sale, Outlast, Deadly Premonition
I’d almost forgotten it was nearly Halloween, which is sort of sad because Peter and Paul are probably going to try to strap me into a horror game and affix a video camera to my face while I scream for mercy.
How rebellious: GOG weekend deal offers Rebellion games for cheap
This week, GOG’s weekend sale is focusing on Rebellion titles with 60% off 13 different titles of massively mixed quality.
GOG.com reckons it’s time for a point-and-click weekend
GOG.com seems to think that this weekend is a perfect time to play some point-and-click adventures, judging by the sale they’ve currently got on, and I can’t say I disagree.
Carmageddon 2 splatters through civilians, pulls up to a halt at GOG
Carmageddon 2: Carpocalypse Now has splattered its way through the releasing-an-old-game red tape (which wasn’t red before Carmageddon passed through) and is now on GOG, available to buy for a mere $9.99.