Posts Tagged ‘Good Old Games’
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June 2, 2011

The Motherload – GOG.com snags EA Classics

After a fair amount of teasing over the past few months, GOG.com have announced the big publisher to compliment their already hefty catalogue…

Why hello there Electronic Arts!

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September 22, 2010

GOG.com closure – Real, Genuine Tragedy or Terrible Marketing Failure **UPDATED**

When Good Old Games announced today, out of the blue, that they are closing down, there was a disturbance in the gaming force, as if millions of gamers who like owning old gaming properties that are being squatted on by their publishers cried out in terror!

Only being the internet, nobody was really silenced…

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June 2, 2010

Good Not Really That Old Games – Kings Bounty on GOG.com

Whilst GOG.com have generally stuck to their fantastic remit (old, frequently out-of-print games minus all DRM), they have offered up the odd stinker that really stretches the definition of the term Good Old Games.

Now, not content to rest on their laurels, they’ve taken it to the next level by offering Kings Bounty : The Legend, (the interesting Real-Time/Turn-Based Strategy Game pseudo-sequel to the precursor to the HOM&M series).

My point, you ask? Simple – The game itself is a mere 3 months older than GOG.com itself!

Get it now for $9.99!

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February 26, 2009

Come Get Some (Good Old Games) – Apogee titles cheap & DRM free

After a week long Twit-a-thon via some subtle (and some not-so-subtle) tweets, Good Old Games have announced that they are bringing classic Apogee titles, including Duke Nukem 3D to their protection-free geriatric software love fest…

Wait, that just sounds wrong…

Press release after the hop.

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