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  • Blog Post: Good Old Games Begins Selling Game-Related Documentary Films

    Good Old Games has made its name selling back catalog titles from the golden age of PC gaming. Now, the company is expanding into cinema with a slew of documentaries aimed at the gaming audience. The company hopes to eventually expand to more mainstream Hollywood fare, but is intent on selling its movies... 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: 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
  • 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
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