Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: GOG

Larian and GOG.com launch ‘pay what you want’ Divinity promo

Divinity II - Developer’s Cut (PC)

It’s been a busy week for Larian Studios. First, the announcement of the limited edition Divinity Anthology Collector’s Edition, and now, a new ‘Pay What You Want’ initiative with GOG.com. From now until October 18, gamers who have yet to try one or all of Larian’s Divinity collection—Divine Divinity, Beyond Divinity, and Divinity II—have the chance to snag any or all at a discounted price.

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(PC Review) To the Moon

(PC Review) To the Moon

“… a stellar tear-jerker of an experience, destined for a very special place in the annals of gaming history.”

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GOG.com launches Dungeons & Dragons stacking promo

GOG (PC) Dungeons and Dragons Stacking Promo Announcement - Header

PC gamers in the market for some classic role-playing games on the cheap would do well to check out GOG.com’s latest stacking promo for Dungeons & Dragons titles. As with prior similar sales, the discount increases with each game purchased—buy one to save 30% or all nine to save 65%. The discount also applies for games previously purchased.

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GOG.com kicks off Battle of the Games promo, gives away Ultimas

GOG (PC) Summer 2012 Promo and Free Ultimas - Screenshot 1

GOG.com is kicking off the summer sales season with a new promo allowing gamers to decide which of two pre-selected games will receive a 60% discount, and by giving away two Ultimas.

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GOG.com adds two, announces more, and attempts to woo indies

GOG (PC) CDP Conference 2012 Announcements - Screenshot 2 Colonization

GOG.com made a slew of announcements today at the CDP summer conference. In addition to new additions to their digital library today, including the original Colonization, and three indie day-one releases, the company also slashed the price of The Witcher 2 Enhanced Edition by 40%, making it an oh-so-affordable $29.99 for the next week.

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Alan Wake’s American Nightmare PC pre-order deals announced

Alan Wake (360, PC) Alan Wake's American Nightmare DLC PC Preorder Special Announcement - Screenshot 1

Alan Wake’s American Nightmare, the standalone spin-off from series creator Remedy, is set to launch for PC on May 22. In anticipation of its release, both GOG and Steam are running pre-order discount specials of 10% off. Even better, both outlets are offering owners of the original Alan Wake an additional 15% off as well as 50% off the original itself, which comes bundled with all console DLC (only for 72 hours on Steam).

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GOG.com and CD Projekt RED news explosion, plus free Fallout

Good Old Games GOG Logo

GOG.com and CD Projekt RED made a slew of announcements today during their Spring Conference. The big news for retro gamers and role-playing fans is that the original Fallout is available at GOG.com for free for the next 48 hours. Back? Excellent. We’ll finish the GOG reveals first, and then move on to all of the new info regarding The Witcher.

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Good Old Games now GOG.com, offering modern titles

Legend of Grimrock (PC) Preorder Announcement - Screenshot 1

Good Old Games, now known exclusively as GOG.com—well, GOG for us, since we’re lazy—has expanded to include newer titles. While the download service offers sister company CD Projekt Red’s The Witcher 2, the library will now feature a growing selection of modern releases. To kick things off, GOG has added DRM-free versions of Trine and The Whispered World, as well as a pre-order option for the throwback dungeon crawler Legend of Grimock. Darwinia, Spacechem, and Machinarium will also be available shortly, and over 20 “newer classics,” from both big publishers and indies, have already been signed. The newer titles also mean a new price ceiling, with Legend of Grimrock and The Whispered World each breaking the previous $9.99 cap at $14.99. However, the company stresses that they will continue to charge “flat, fair prices everywhere in the world for DRM-free games that come bundled with many extra free goodies.”

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Good Old Games adds iEntertainment’s Apache Longbow

Good Old Games (PC) Signs iEntertainment and Apache Longbow Announcement - Screenshot 1

iEntertainment, the studio founded by MicroProse Software co-founder “Wild Bill” Stealey, has signed on with Good Old Games. The announcement also brings with it a new title for the download service: Apache Longbow. Gamers can snatch up a DRM-free digital copy of the well-received sim for $5.99.

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Good Old Games signs GSC Game World, adds Cossacks Anthology

Good Old Games (PC) Signs GSC and Cossacks Announcement - Screenshot 1

Good Old Games can add another feather in their cap: Ukranian developer GSC Game World. The first title from the studio’s catalog to hit the download service is the sixteenth- and seventeenth-century-flavored strategy pack Cossacks Anthology. The $5.99 bundle includes Cossacks: European Wars and both of its expansions, Cossacks: Art of War and Cossacks: Back to War. As with GOG’s other releases, Anthology comes with wallpapers, soundtracks, manual, and a unit quick reference card.

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