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GOG Summer Sale 2023 is live with giveaways and game deals

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Another chance for you to score some goodies, and check out some good discounts with the GOG Summer Sale 2023 now live.

First up they have a giveaway for the story-based precision platformer Sunblaze. You can grab a copy of that until June 13th at 10PM UTC. To claim a copy just be logged in and scroll down the GOG homepage for the giveaway banner. GOG also said they have five more game giveaways planned over the duration of the sale.

You can also claim a copy of their Cyberpunk 2077 & Phantom Liberty Goodies Collection which has posters, wallpapers, concept art and more.

A fan of classic retro gaming? GOG just put up the Contra Anniversary Collection that has Contra (Arcade), Super Contra, Contra (NA), Contra (JP), Super C, Contra III: The Alien Wars, Operation C, Contra Hard Corps, Super Probotector Alien Rebels and Probotector.

GOG also have their usual curated lists you can look through like:

  • Cyberpunk essentials collection – dive into cyberpunk themed games and receive a Gift (e.g. Deus Ex: Mankind Divided - Digital Deluxe Edition, Ghostrunner, Neon Abyss).
  • Classics – Good Old Games that are near and dear to hearts (e.g. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Diablo + Hellfire, SWAT 4 – Gold Edition).
  • Indie – discover hidden games that might have swept under your radar (e.g. This War of Mine: Complete Edition, Little Nightmares, Outlast).
  • RPG – embark on a great adventure full of rich storytelling (e.g. EVERSPACE™ 2, Dragon Age™: Origins - Ultimate Edition, ELEX II).
  • Best games of each decade – the name of the collection speaks for itself (e.g. King's Quest 1+2+3, Dungeon Keeper™ 2, STAR WARS™ Empire at War: Gold Pack).

If you need help managing GOG games on Linux either Native Linux games or Windows games run through Wine, you can look to the Heroic Games Launcher which just recently had a big update too!

The GOG Summer Sale 2023 ends July 3rd, 2023, 10 PM UTC.

Let us know in the comments if you pick up anything good and give you latest recommendations.

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Pengling Jun 12, 2023
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QuoteA fan of classic retro gaming? GOG just put up the Contra Anniversary Collection that has Contra (Arcade), Super Contra, Contra (NA), Contra (JP), Super C, Contra III: The Alien Wars, Operation C, Contra Hard Corps, Super Probotector Alien Rebels and Probotector.
£3.19?! That is a bloody good deal for all of that! I do hope that we see more collections like this from Konami, too.


Last edited by Pengling on 12 June 2023 at 12:08 pm UTC
Install Jun 12, 2023
Nice!
denyasis Jun 12, 2023
Skyrim's a classic?? I kinda forgot it's 12 years old....
Raaben Jun 12, 2023
Quoting: denyasisSkyrim's a classic?? I kinda forgot it's 12 years old....

Nonsense, it came out only a few-
Oh. Oh...

Excuse me, there are some kids that need to get off of my lawn.
gbudny Jun 12, 2023
There are some native games for Linux that I'm going to buy this week.

I like the price of the Medal of Honor: Allied Assault War Chest. I use the CD with a base version, which I bought in 2004, to play it on PC with Pentium 4.

I don't like paying companies that don't create games for Linux, and the expansions were never available on this system. Recently, Openmohaa started adding initial support for both expansions, which is great.

https://github.com/openmoh/openmohaa

This price is so low now that I won't feel too bad about it.

https://www.gog.com/en/game/medal_of_honor_allied_assault_war_chest

I hope that Openmohaa will add support for the single-player campaign.
BalkanSpy Jun 13, 2023
It lasts until July the 3rd?! That's almost a month.
There is more than enough time to carefully pick trough everything.
iskaputt Jun 13, 2023
Been thinking of getting the Grim Dawn full edition, but read that it's a much smoother ride with the Steam version. Anyone has experience with the game on GOG?
14 Jun 18, 2023
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Too many Windows games. GOG doesn't help make playing Windows games on Linux easy in any way.
Install Jun 18, 2023
Quoting: 14Too many Windows games. GOG doesn't help make playing Windows games on Linux easy in any way.
Just scroll down and use the filter for linux games only.
sourpuz Jun 19, 2023
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Quoting: 14Too many Windows games. GOG doesn't help make playing Windows games on Linux easy in any way.
Just scroll down and use the filter for linux games only.

Problem is, GOG's Linux installers are obsolete and haven't been updated in years, as GOG has officially stopped supporting Linux. Lots of the installers don't work. I mostly use the Windows versions via Lutris/Wine.
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