I like the idea of GOG being DRM-free, but it seems like they only have old games.
They get more new games than you would expect. If their customers weren't so fanatical about every single game being DRM-free, then they would be able to get more new games. But as we saw a couple of months ago, one game with DRM causes a complete meltdown of the GoG Karens.I like the idea of GOG being DRM-free, but it seems like they only have old games.
Haha. I actually didn't know that's what it stands for. I rarely go there.It is called Good Old Games. They do have a few recent games as well though, if you filter on New Arrivals.
No, it was Good Old Games, changed to GOG.com which is current.Didn't they change the name to Great Old Games, then GOG, then back to Great Old Games?
Geez, it's over 900I already have hundreds of games there
Big fan of GOG -like the no DRM stuff. Would be willing to see GOG sell DRM games provided it is very, very clearly labelled as such. Of course I would not buy it. (Or so I tell myself).
Big fan too, because of what they did to make old games playable as Windows OS moved on.Big fan of GOG -like the no DRM stuff
Cyberpunk should be like 15 bucks now tops for a sale, not 30 imo.
A brief intro:why different countries have different prices for exactly the same content
Personally, I think The Witcher 2 is a really underrated game and is often overlooked because of TW3. I see people often telling people to skip straight to 3. TW3 is one of my favorite games of all time, but TW2 is genuinely fantastic.
It's still a "new" game and in all honesty it is truly worth 30 bucks on sale. I'm huge into skyrim, fallout and this game scratched the same itch for me those games did.
30 bucks for the game is a steal.