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  • Blog Post: The Elder Scrolls, Fallout, Doom, And Others Join Good Old Games

    Good Old Games, better known as GoG.com, is adding a number of Bethesda titles to its library. Here's what's available: The Elder Scrolls series The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind Game of the Year Edition The Elder Scrolls Adventures: Redguard The Elder Scrolls: Battlespire id Software titles Quake... More
  • Blog Post: CD Projekt Warns Against Purchasing The Witcher 3 Keys From Green Man Gaming

    The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt developers CD Projekt RED have asked gamers not to buy pre-purchase PC codes for the game from online seller Green Man Gaming (GMG). The codes for the game on the site were sold at a 35 percent discount before being brought back up to $59.99. Despite the short-lived discount... More
  • Blog Post: Star Trek Titles To Live Long, Prosper On GOG.com

    A trio of Interplay Star Trek titles are making their digital premier on the DRM-free games portal GOG.com Star Trek: 25th Anniversary (a point-and-click adventure game), Star Trek: Judgement Rites (the sequel to 25th Anniversary), and Star Trek: Starfleet Academy (simulator, above) are all available... More
  • Blog Post: GOG.com Goes Linux

    GOG.com – the classic games distribution service run by a subsidiary of Witcher developer CD Projekt RED – has announced it will support Linux titles. The site says it plans to release its first batch of Linux titles this fall. Currently GOG.com promises "at least 100 Linux games"... More
  • Blog Post: Linux Support Unlikely For GOG.com

    GOG.com's head of marketing and PR, Trevor Longino confirmed that Linux support for game's bought through the website is very unlikely. Longino confirmed the unfortunate news to GamingOnLinux.com . The lack of Linux support does not come from technical hurdles per se, but rather due to GOG.com's... More
  • Blog Post: What The Hell Is Going On At GOG.com?

    Good Old Games is at it again. The classic PC gaming download service has a new stunt in the works after its previous fake shut down . GOG.com has a new page up with a bunch of crazy coding everywhere and yellow police tape. The following text warns readers not to enter said zone: "Police Line.... More
  • Blog Post: GOG.com Apologizes For Sins, Wants To Bring Fun Back To Gaming

    After GOG.com shut down their site this weekend and posted a notice that suggested it may be gone for a while, it's understandable that some gamers were annoyed to discover this morning that it was all a marketing stunt . In a series of videos released today, some of the site's employees apologize... More
  • Blog Post: GOG.com Is Back & Better Than Ever

    Last weekend , gamers were shocked and disappointed that DRM-free classic gaming purveyors GOG.com was abruptly shut down. There were hints, however, that this was just the beginning of the story. Today, GOG.com developer CD Projekt announced that the service is still going strong. A couple of GOG.com's... More
  • Blog Post: UPDATE: GOG.com Responds To Site Shut Down

    UPDATE: GOG.com has responded to the abrupt news this weekend that the site was closed down with a statement about any game you've bought as well as the future of the service. A new post on their site reads: First of all, we apologize everyone for the whole situation and closing GOG.com. We do understand... More
  • Blog Post: Gabriel Knight, Other Sierra Classics Coming Soon To GOG.com

    When Activision and Vivendi merged in 2007, a whole bunch of classic franchises bearing the Sierra brand name (a subsidiary of Vivendi) came under the new Activision Blizzard's ownership. These amazing games of the past have been feared lost for good since that time, but today Good Old Games (GOG... More
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