Posts Tagged gog
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.
GOG puts EA classics on sale for the weekend
This weekend, GOG are offering you a whole range of EA games for the price of Cheaper Than Usual.
Get The Witcher Enhanced Edition free when you purchase another game
The GOG birthday celebrations are coming to an end but there’s more to celebrate today with the a new special offer which will please RPG fans who may have missed out the first time round.
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.
Win a copy of Shadow Warrior with IncGamers and GOG
We’ve teamed up with the good folks at GOG to giveaway a few copies of Shadow Warrior which has just been released in case you didn’t notice.
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.
RPG sale now on at GOG – System Shock 2, Grimrock, Divinity and more
GOG is busy celebrating five years of DRM free gaming with some deals that will appeal to RPG gamers, including the the RPG “sub-genres” as they like to call them.
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.
Bit of a steal: Thief series going cheap on GOG this weekend
Would you like to own three (well, there’s some debate about the third, but at least two) great Thief titles before Square Enix ruins it with a reboot in which Garrett only has periodic control over his legs?
GOG launch new portal for indie devs
Those DRM free lovers on GOG are wanting more indie games on their distribution system and have announced the launch of a new portal for indie developers.
Good old sales: final day of GOG’s summer discounts
At the time of writing there are just over 17 hours remaining on GOG’s rather marvellous #NoDRM summer sale, so if you’ve been hovering over a potential bargain it may be wise to either take the plunge or walk away.
Pay What You Want arrives on GoG with Divinity
Larian Studios’ classic RPG series Divinity is the first bundle to appear under the new “Pay What You Want” model on GoG.
GoG’s Carmageddon pack brings maximum splatter
As trailed yesterday, GoG.com now has the original Carmageddon available to purchase and download, DRM free and playable on modern PCs.
CD Projekt Cyberpunk, Witcher 2 and GOG announcements coming 18 October
More teasing from the CD Projekt guys today with news that there will numerous announcements on 18 October at 18:00 GMT.