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GOG are doing a Black Friday sale with some good Linux games cheap

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For those who prefer to walk on the DRM free side of life, it's worth noting that GOG are also doing some deals right now in their Black Friday sale.

As usual, I will give you some good picks after having a look over:

Obviously there's a lot more, those are just some games I personally consider to be pretty good with some monies cut away. You can see all their Linux deals here.

The sale started a few days ago, but the list of Linux titles was quite poor. Since then, they've added more so we waited on it. The sale lasts until the 27th of November at 11PM UTC.

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Tags: Game Sale, GOG
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mrdeathjr 24 Nov, 2018
Good discounts but neverwinter stay more cheap on steam



https://store.steampowered.com/app/704450/Neverwinter_Nights_Enhanced_Edition/

^_^


Last edited by mrdeathjr on 24 November 2018 at 1:39 pm UTC
mylka 24 Nov, 2018
feral made a mac port of thief
https://store.steampowered.com/app/239160/Thief/
its just 5 bucks on steam. i guess if i play it with proton feral wont get any money, right
tuubi 24 Nov, 2018
Quoting: mylkaferal made a mac port of thief
https://store.steampowered.com/app/239160/Thief/
its just 5 bucks on steam. i guess if i play it with proton feral wont get any money, right
No, unless you buy it from their own store.


Last edited by tuubi on 24 November 2018 at 3:13 pm UTC
Salvatos 24 Nov, 2018
I wish I could filter out DLCs on GOG like Steam does. Four pages of mostly NWN, PoE and Tyranny addons is so bothersome to sift through.
Dolus 24 Nov, 2018
Anyone know if you can still get the GemRB compatible version of Planescape: Torment with the Enhanced Edition?
g000h 24 Nov, 2018
Quoting: adamhmAs usual, older/classic games currently on sale on GOG that I've made Wine/Proton wrappers (wrapper release list/links to release threads in the third post) for:

The Witcher 3 GOTY

Hi adamhm,

Thanks very much for your amazing scripts.

Wondering if your Witcher 3 GOTY script enables playing the game near perfectly on Linux?

I was very impressed by your Shadow Warrior 2 script which worked perfectly for me, despite not having the latest Nvidia graphics drivers on my Debian Linux install. (I'm still on Nvidia 390.87 :/ ).
wvstolzing 24 Nov, 2018
No 'connect' games this time though; that's a bummer. I wish I could transfer my entire steam catalogue to GOG.
tuubi 24 Nov, 2018
Quoting: g000h
Quoting: adamhmAs usual, older/classic games currently on sale on GOG that I've made Wine/Proton wrappers (wrapper release list/links to release threads in the third post) for:

The Witcher 3 GOTY

Hi adamhm,

Thanks very much for your amazing scripts.

Wondering if your Witcher 3 GOTY script enables playing the game near perfectly on Linux?

I was very impressed by your Shadow Warrior 2 script which worked perfectly for me, despite not having the latest Nvidia graphics drivers on my Debian Linux install. (I'm still on Nvidia 390.87 :/ ).
I'd assume the script works fine, but for Witcher 3 you will need stream output support which is only in 396.54.09 for now. Otherwise you'll get some glitchy and invisible enemies.
adamhm 24 Nov, 2018
Quoting: g000hWondering if your Witcher 3 GOTY script enables playing the game near perfectly on Linux?

I was very impressed by your Shadow Warrior 2 script which worked perfectly for me, despite not having the latest Nvidia graphics drivers on my Debian Linux install. (I'm still on Nvidia 390.87 :/ ).

As tuubi pointed out, you'll need newer drivers for stream output support - it will still work without that, but some monsters will be invisible or distorted.
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