Posts Tagged GoG.com
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 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.
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 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’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.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.
GOG offers freebies to anyone furloughed by American shutdown
Oh, America. I want to put a sadface here, but an article isn’t the right place for that sort of thing.
GOG birthday celebrations continue: five indie games for $5
GOG is still turning five, and its five-week birthday celebrations are still going on.
GOG Interview: Trevor Longino on DRM, piracy and the future of the site
With GOG.com recently celebrating its fifth anniversary online and branching out into indie game publishing, IncGamers thought it was time to put some questions to the site about where GOG goes from here.
GOG.com to publishers: “Pirates aren’t your customers. Forget about them.”
In a forthcoming interview with IncGamers (coming up later this week,) GOG.com’s Trevor Longino reiterates his site’s opposition to Digital Rights Management (DRM) and expresses dismay that publishers still insist on using it as a method of preventing piracy.
Getting Older, Guys: GOG turning five, offering big sales
I find it somewhat hard to believe, but GOG – formerly Good Old Games – is turning five.
GoG.com Christmas sale puts Duke Nukem 3D in your stocking
If you’re lacking one copy of Duke Nukem 3D from your games collection, GoG.com’s Christmas sale will be able to sort you out with a freebie.
Duke Nukem in the 2nd dimension: original games now on GoG
He’s best known for being in 3D and for taking an awfully long time to release (you can make up your own terrible sex joke there), but Duke Nukem’s origins lie in the realm of 2D side-scrolling shooters.
GoG goes Mac with 50 titles, including The Witcher 2
GoG.com has announced that the digital download service will be offering Mac versions of around 50 titles in its catalogue from today.