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  • Blog Post: PSA: GoG Offers Mount & Blade, The Witcher 2 For Free During Big Fall Sale

    Online storefront GoG has launched its Big Fall Sale, which includes action-RPG Mount & Blade for free during the first two days. There's also a chance to earn a free copy of The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings. The offers, which include discounts of up to 90 percent and over 700 reduced price... More
  • Blog Post: GoG.com Launches French Site With A Free Game Giveaway

    Popular game download site GoG.com just launched a French storefront in a continuing effort to make their site available to people all over the world. To honor the new site they are currently giving away free copies of classic French developed game Little Big Adventure. The deal ends in a little less... More
  • Blog Post: [Confirmed] X-Wing And Other LucasArts Games Arriving On GoG

    Update : GoG has confirmed a partnership with LucasArts that will bring more than 20 of the publisher's games to the platform. The first six of these titles were revealed via a leak last night. Pricing ranges from $5.99 to $9.99. No further information is available regarding which LucasArts titles... More
  • Blog Post: Aliens Vs. Predator Classic 2000 Free For Beta Testing GoG Galaxy

    GoG.com is giving away copies of Rebellion's Aliens Vs. Predator (2000) in exchange for your email address. Forking over your most intimate contact detail will also get you access to the GoG Galaxy beta. In Aliens vs. Predator, you can choose to play as a Colonial Marine, Alien, or Predator. This... More
  • Blog Post: GoG Announces Galaxy, A Steam Competitor

    CD Projekt has announced a new component for its GoG game distribution service. The company says that GoG Galaxy, which is positioned as a Steam competitor, will be optional and offline-play capable. Throughout the presentation, GoG Guillaume Rambourg mentioned Steam by name multiple times, and pointed... 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: GOG Does Away With Regional Price Plan, Apologizes

    GOG.com has gotten rid of its regional price plan, the controversial plan that set a fixed worldwide price to every game. The website issued a statement of apology from its bosses Marcin Iwinski and Guillaume Rambourg. In the statement, they expressed a mea culpa, saying “We thought DRM-Free was... More
  • Blog Post: EA Makes Dungeon Keeper Free On GoG This Weekend

    Recently, EA released a mobile version of the classic good-to-be-bad strategy title. To suggest that it hasn’t been well received due to the implementation of its free-to-play mechanics would be an understatement. Whether directly as a response to the furor or simply because it’s Valentine’s... More
  • Blog Post: War Never Changes, But Classic Fallout For Sale On GoG Does

    Remember when we told you that you could get Fallout, Fallout 2, and Fallout Tactics for free on GoG? We’re hoping you did that, as the games are no longer available for new purchases on the GoG service at all. Don’t worry if you’ve put them in your library though, you’ll still... More
  • Blog Post: GOG Giving Away Three Fallout Games Right Now

    GOG is kicking off its winter sale in a big way. For the next 48 hours (ending at 8:59 AM Eastern on December 14), three classic Fallout games are yours for absolutely no charge, provided you have a (free) GOG account. Fallout, Fallout 2, and Fallout Tactics are included in the bundle. These are DRM... More
  • Blog Post: Get Three Games For $5 As GoG Partners Up With Charities

    GoG is teaming up with three charities to give gamers three games for a minimum donation of $5. The deal is running now for a week. The three participating charities are the World Wildlife Fund, which works to protect animals and the habitats in which they live; Gaming for Good, a charity that raises... 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: Square Enix Brings Deus Ex & More To GOG.com

    Old PC game revivalists GOG.com have announced a partnership with Square Enix – the first fruits of which are Deus Ex: Game of the Year Edition and Hitman: Codename 47. The titles will be offered for $9.99 and $5.99, respectively, and per GOG practice they will be DRM free, optimized for current... More
  • Blog Post: Good Old Games Adds Classic EA PC Titles To Catalog

    For old-school PC fans, Good Old Games is a treasure trove, offering an impressive selection of classic PC games for very reasonable prices and without the hassles of DRM. Today, GOG announced that it's beefing up its lineup thanks to a new deal with Electronic Arts. The deal will eventually bring... 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
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