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Good Old Games will be adding Linux support to their long line of consumer-friendly options, as they explore expansion. The addition of Linux distros Ubuntu and Mint support means that GOG.com will become a prime place to purchase games for SteamOS users.
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.
Gaming Blend has partnered up with digital game store GOG.com for a special giveaway. We've got free Ubisoft games to dole out to twenty lucky PC gamers.
In an new interview with GameFront CD Projekt RED's CEO, Marcin Iwinski, continued his crusade to convince other gaming companies to learn from the mistakes of the past and to follow Valve on the path of the Jedi to treating consumers with respect and aiming to give an audience a quality, valuable product.
Like other digital game shops, GOG.com loves to offer discounts. However, they're putting a twist on this tradition with a new Battle of the Games promotion in which players vote on the game they want discounted.
When a lot of people bought Diablo III the one thing they didn't think about was that they didn't own it, they were only leasing it from Blizzard. Good Old Games isn't really feeling Diablo III's DRM because they say that it runs the danger of becoming historically void.
Digital store Good Old Games is re-launching today. Instead of specializing in retro games, the site will now offer a selection of new games as well. To reflect this change, they'll now be known simply as GOG.com.
Good Old Games wants to provide more than just classic PC titles that some of us continually bring up in conversations when comparing what a quality is supposed to be like. In fact, they want to start providing newer releases at flat rates and completely DRM-free throughout 2012 and beyond.