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One of the best things about the holidays is indubitably the holiday sales. Since the jolly season is thinly-veiled capitalism at its finest, why not cash in on the price-slashing?
GOG is kicking off a "Pick 5, Pay $10" sale in time for Black Friday, no doubt hoping to cram in some digital game sales before the Steam Autumn Sale kicks off.
The sale is exactly what it sounds like: pick five games out of a list of 20 indie titles and pay only two bucks for each.
The games available for the sale are the following:
· To the Moon
· Gemini Rue
· Alan Wake's American Nightmare
· Blackwell Bundle
· Uplink: Hacker Elite
· Geneforge 1-5
· Machinarium: Collector's Edition
· Anomaly Warzone Earth
· The Ball
To cash in on the sale, head over to GOG's promo page.
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Already took advantage of this deal. Alan Wake alone is worth $10 to me (the first Alan Wake is one of my all time favorites).Reply
Damn.. I have most of these. :(Reply
i have most of these. I very highly recommend everyone check out "to the moon" which is included in this pack. its one of the best told story games Ive ever played. the game is emotional.Reply
I respect GOG but I feel sorry for them because I will not be buying games from them because I don't want the stupid hassle of having to remember which download service I bought each game from. So therefore I will stick with only one service which is Steam because it was the first one. It shouldn't be like this but what can I do? They should have formed a consortium and made one central UI for us to access every possible download product in existence but they didn't.Reply
Torchlight is in?Reply
I will check it out.
IndignantSkepticI respect GOG but I feel sorry for them because I will not be buying games from them because I don't want the stupid hassle of having to remember which download service I bought each game from. So therefore I will stick with only one service which is Steam because it was the first one. It shouldn't be like this but what can I do? They should have formed a consortium and made one central UI for us to access every possible download product in existence but they didn't.Reply
Don't feel sorry for them, I feel sorry for YOU. GOG sell their games DRM free. I bought The Witcher 2 off them and have it stored on my computer. If I were to delete the installer, I could always log back to their web and re-download the installer. There is no required GOG download manager, or no GOG steam-like software needed to install any of their game. All the games you get off them are simply Download, Install, Play. No hassle, I will always support them for this.
to the moon brings the tearsReply
I bought 10 games for $20 ;) GOG has had some really good deals lately. In the past month I've purchased a bunch of games on sale for $3-$4 each that would otherwise have been $6-$10. A lot of them I already own on disc, but the sale price is worth paying to have a DRM-free digital backup. My hope is that my entire disc collection will eventually be on GOG.Reply
This Thanksgiving deal is really good with each game being only $2.00. Since they're all indie games, most of them are $10-$20 otherwise. I do wonder, though, how the developers feel about this sale...