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GOG Celebrating 5 Year Anniversary With High 5 Promo Sale

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GOG is celebrating five years with not one, but FIVE sales.

GOG, the purveyor of DRM-free PC gaming goods, is celebrating its fifth birthday today. To bring its customers into the festivities, it's announced the High 5 promotion, a week long promotion where customers can pick any five games from a list of 25 (listed below) and receive an 80 percent discount. 

The following 25 games qualify for the promo: 

  • Alan Wake's American Nightmare 

  • Alan Wake 

  • Blackwell Bundle 

  • Primordia 

  • Torchlight 

  • Tiny and Big: Grandpa's Leftovers 

  • Zafehouse: Diaries 

  • Miasmata 

  • Strike Suit Zero 

  • Evoland 

  • Puddle 

  • Driftmoon 

  • Sword of the Stars: The Pit 

  • Waking Mars 

  • Lucius 

  • The Cat Lady 

  • Stacking 

  • Omerta: City of Gangsters 

  • Anodyne 

  • Dyad 

  • Slender: The Arrival 

  • Signal Ops 

  • Penumbra Collection 

  • Amnesia: The Dark Descent 

  • Shattered Haven 

GOG is apparently so excited about celebrating its fifth birthday that it will be hosting not one, but five different sales in celebration. This means that the week long High 5 promotion is just the first of five other sales that will kick off this month on the website.

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    Cons29 , September 9, 2013 7:17 PM
    i love gog
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    lunyone , September 9, 2013 7:21 PM
    Way to go GOG! Gotta love the oldies and also DRM free! Wish there were more like these guys, especially if they had newer games too that were DRM free!
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    Murissokah , September 10, 2013 5:19 AM
    Great news! This particular selection doesn't appeal to me, I'll be checking the next ones.
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    agnickolov , September 10, 2013 9:22 PM
    I checked it out a few days ago when it started. From all 25 titles there's only one of interest to me (Torchlight) and I already have it (from GOG too). Hopefully the future selections offer more interesting titles...