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DRM-free store GOG have today launched a Grand RPG Sale and they've filled their store full of sales on some top RPGs, from smaller indie titles to big hitters.

That's a pretty good way to start off a week, giving you a chance to pick up a game that might keep you going for quite some time. A lot of really good stuff is included too. Here's some quick highlights:

Plenty more of course, that's just a few quick-picks. You can see the full Grand RPG Sale here which GOG placed into a nice handy list of all the good deals going.

The retro indie RPG Exiled Kingdoms has also now been released on GOG for Linux too. There's a few other Windows-only RPGs that also landed on GOG recently. See them all on GOG.com.

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4 comments

Arehandoro 27 Jul
Really keen on that Numenara offer.
mcphail 27 Jul
I just finished the Tyrants of the Moonsea DLC for Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition at the weekend. It was the best RPG I've played since Pillars of Eternity. There's no getting away from the fact that the underlying engine is frustratingly clunky (and Beamdog seem to have abandoned their promises to improve it) but it was a fun ride to the Epic levels. Base game and DLC for under 8 quid is worth checking out, in my opinion.
RafiLinux 27 Jul
I have and ended Jotun. If anyone can point out an RPG on sale that works on Linux and does not have any crafting, I will check it out.
Plus, Blades of Time was released...

Platinum rated.
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