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It looks like Good Old Games (GOG) is getting in on this whole early access business, and will soon offer exactly that for a select crop of upcoming titles.
The digital distribution outlet GOG.com has started their winter sale. One of the biggest differences between GOG.com and Steam is that the DRM-free distribution outlet is utilizing one of Steam's past sale features: timed deals.
CD Projekt's digital distribution outlet GOG has a catalog of wildly diverse games that are both new and old, and more than 350 titles are discounted at up to 90%, either individually or in bundle packs.
The Witcher 3 developer CD Projekt RED denies a new report that says Electronic Arts plans to purchase the studio.
Good Old Games is hosting their summer sale and they're knocking prices off for up to 90% from the original purchase price. Even more than that, the more gamers spend on digital goods from GOG the more free games they receive just for buying games. How cool is that?
Good Old Games has evolved big time in the world of digital distribution. The latest efforts from the CD Projekt Red-owned digital storefront includes the highly anticipated and much requested GOG game client. The name of the client? GOG Galaxy.
Itís the holiday shopping season and pretty much everyone who can sell games is doing so at a discount for the next several weeks. This includes GOG, who have announced the kickoff of a 48-hour Frost Flash Frenzy, offering up 30 deals per hour, daily bundles, huge discounts of up to 90 percent off and a free copy of Age of Wonders, just to get you rolling.
The holiday season is usually rough on gamers' wallets. However, Steam and GOG.com are offering some freebies to PC gamers over the next few days.
The first three games in the Fallout series have disappeared from Steam. Bethesda says that they're working to bring the game back to Steam and other outlets.
If you wanted DRM-free copies of the early Fallout games, you just missed your chance. GOG.com has removed Fallout, Fallout 2 and Fallout Tactics from their catalog.
GOG.com is kicking off their 2013 Winter Sale with very impressive freebies. They're offering DRM-free copies of Fallout 1, Fallout 2 and Fallout Tactics for free for the next two days.
GOG.com announced a new refund policy today. The digital gaming store now offers a 100% money back guarantee on any PC and Mac title that they sell.
Mystery and adventure abound on Steam and Good Old Games (GOG) this week as Revolution finally releases Broken Sword 5-The Serpentís Curse: Episode One for PC, Mac and Linux.
Do you like games? Obviously, or else you wouldn't be wasting your time on this page. Do you like adventure titles? Perhaps, maybe that's why you're checking out this article for the point-and-click adventure game from Geeta Games called Lilly Looking Through. You like DRM-free gaming? Well, PC gamers wouldn't pirate games if they didn't like DRM-free games. Do you want a DRM-free copy of Lilly Looking Through? I think the answer to that is obvious.
Good Old Games has gone and done it; they've gone and won themselves an internets. Mounting controversy has eclipsed the release of an indie game called Dark Matter. The controversy? The game abruptly ends since the original devs ran out of money and the Kickstarter didn't go through. Gamers raged and Good Old Games responded... responded with refunds.