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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Includes promise of 'living city' tech.
Aims to boost account security.
Stored fund payment option.
Who needs the outdoors and sunshine when there are cheap, DRM-free games to play?
DRM-free duplicates - if you're lucky.
Perhaps even a System Shock 3.
No firm launch date yet, though.
Includes 'high-res,' widescreen support.
'One small step' for distributor.
Digital distributor Good Old Games has launched a spring sale featuring deep discounts and limited availability of each title.
GOG has dropped plans to introduce regional pricing on its titles following customer feedback.
Good Old Games is launching an indie game submissions service to rival Steam's Greenlight process.
Classic FPS RPG cleared for re-launch.
Can The Witcher 2 live up to our enormous expectations? Yes, it can - and more besides.
Gamers are buying games, but then downloading cracked versions to avoid DRM.
We have a chat with CD Projekt, quizzing them about DRM, consoles and nudity in The Witcher 2.
Planescape: Torment has been re-released on Good Old Games.
Good Old Games has announced that it will be relaunching after its recent closure.
Chris talks to GOG.com about chasing game rights and the struggle to sell DRM-free titles.
Good Old Games, or GOG.com, has shut up shop in a surprise announcement. UPDATED!
Atari is the latest publisher to bring it's old games to GOG.com.
Bethesda is suing Interplay over trademark infringement of the Fallout games.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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