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Mar
14
2014
Mar
14
2014

GOG.com’s Luck of the Irish sale let’s you build your own bundle

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Feeling lucky? GOG.com wants gamers to celebrate St. Paddy’s Day with their Luck of the Irish sale: over 40 games will be deeply discounted for an entire week, starting this Friday, March 13 at 11.00 AM GMT.  …continue reading » GOG.com’s Luck of the Irish sale let’s you build your own bundle

Mar
12
2014
Feb
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Feb
21
2014

Aqua Kitty – Milk Mine Defender Review

You know that it’s gotten bad when cats have to mine for milk in the depths of the ocean, despite their natural aversion to water. In the world of Aqua Kitty – Milk Mine Defender, things are just this grim. But given this sad circumstance, this is a game that permeates joy all around.

…continue reading » Aqua Kitty – Milk Mine Defender Review

Feb
14
2014

GOG shows the love by giving away Dungeon Keeper for FREE

GOG.com—the Internet’s one-stop shop for the best games in history, DRM-Free for PC and Mac—is showing the love for gamers this Valentine’s Day with the acclaimedDungeon Keeper Gold (which includes the Deeper Dungeons expansion pack)  completely free on GOG.com, courtesy of the fine folks at EA, for the next 48 hours until Sunday 16 February at 10:59 AM GMT. On top of this giveaway, they will be offering Dungeon Keeper 2 for just $1.49, and 29 more games up to 90% off in theirValentine’s Day promo, which focuses on titles that can be played with—or against—a gamer’s favorite “Player 2”.  Finally, GOG.com’s weekend sale has every D&D game in the company’s catalog available for sale for up to 80% off. All told, that’s 40 games discounted to help GOG.com show its love for gamers today.  …continue reading » GOG shows the love by giving away Dungeon Keeper for FREE

Dec
09
2013

GOG now has a 100% Money Back Guarantee for Its Entire DRM-free Catalog

GOG.com, the DRM-free source of the best of gaming, announced today that it is now offering a 100% money back guarantee on the functionality of all of its games for PC and Mac for users everywhere in the world. The rules are simple: any game purchased on the site can be returned within 30 days of purchase for full money back if GOG.com’s Support team can’t solve problems getting the game running and the user’s computer meets the requirements posted on the game’s page. For more information on how the guarantee works and details on how to get a refund, check out the FAQ on GOG.com’s website.

GOG.com’s new policy is actually a declaration of trust in both its games and its gamers. GOG.com trusts the games that it sells: they do their very best to only select high-quality games and, whenever possible, tests them extensively to make sure that they’re in top working order; now they’re backing up that trust with a promise that they’ll do whatever it takes to make the games work or else refund gamers back their money. There’s also some trust in their users involved, since the very nature of DRM-free gaming means that they can’t “de-activate” any games that the user reports as broken. Also keep in mind that GOG.com’s Worldwide Money Back Guarantee starts today, so all purchases made in the past 30 days are included in it. 

The digital distributor also released Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse Episode 1 last week, and the immortal classic Theme Park has launched for both Mac and PC on GOG.co today. With these great games—classic and new—and the new Money Back Guarantee, GOG.com isn’t letting itself slack as the winter rolls in. 

Nov
13
2013

inXile Brings Back the original Wasteland for modern PCs

InXile Entertainment is proud to bring back the classic cRPG Wasteland. This critically acclaimed post-apocalyptic role-playing game, was first published in 1988. The game broke new ground as one of the first cRPGs that gave the player an open, reactive world with persistent consequences. …continue reading » inXile Brings Back the original Wasteland for modern PCs

Nov
13
2013

GOG selling limited quantities of games during Fall Insomnia Sale

To celebrate the diversity of its worldwide audience GOG.com has launched a trans time-zone deal: a Fall Insomnia Promowhere gamers from all continents will get a chance to buy celebrated games at up to 80% off discounts—and free games in very limited numbers as well. Starting on Wednesday the 13th of November at 2:00 GMT and running until GOG.com is out of games, this promo has deals that are worth staying up for. The games will be on sale only one at a time in limited numbers of copies. When the stock of one game—marked on the promo page with a counter—runs out, another game is up.  …continue reading » GOG selling limited quantities of games during Fall Insomnia Sale

Nov
05
2013

Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse – Episode One Launching December 4th 2013

Revolution Software today confirmed that Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse will release worldwide for PC on December 4th. In addition, the developer has revealed that this Broken Sword adventure will, unlike any before, run over two thrilling episodes, concluding in January 2014. …continue reading » Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse – Episode One Launching December 4th 2013