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DRM-free store GOG have started up their own big Black Friday sale

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No store will miss an opportunity to run a big sale now of course, we already have Steam and Humble Store running their own and now the DRM-free store GOG has a massive sale too.

Here's a few of their absolute best deals (all 90% off) on Linux games:

Those are some interesting choices if you're really watching the pennies, however there's plenty of other excellent choices on sale for Linux too. Here's another 5 great Linux games:

You can see all Linux titles on sale using this link.

GOG's sale ends at 2PM on December 3.

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Shmerl 28 Nov, 2019
Pathfinder: Kingmaker and The Bard's Tale IV have good discounts now too. Whole The Witcher series is now also discounted a lot.

Also, good time to get Morrowind on sale for OpenMW.

Good price on Shadow Warrior series too.


Last edited by Shmerl on 28 November 2019 at 9:05 pm UTC
sub 28 Nov, 2019
Quoting: ShmerlPathfinder: Kingmaker and Bard's Tale IV have good discounts now too. Whole The Witcher series is now also discounted a lot.

Also, good time get Morrowind on sale for OpenMW.

Good price on Shadow Warrior series too.

Wish I could buy some time as well. :/
Preferably, discounted too, ofc.
axredneck 28 Nov, 2019
Thank You! I just legalized some games i pirated before.
wvstolzing 28 Nov, 2019
We haven't had a substantial 'Connect' collection in a long while now.
Duckeenie 28 Nov, 2019
Quoting: axredneckThank You! I just legalized some games i pirated before.

Let me guess you only buy your games on GOG because DRM is bad.
axredneck 28 Nov, 2019
Quoting: Duckeenie
Quoting: axredneckThank You! I just legalized some games i pirated before.
Let me guess you only buy your games on GOG because DRM is bad.
On GOG and Steam.
Pangaea 29 Nov, 2019
Some nice rebates, but with GOG not bothering to release the Stardew Valley update for days on end, I refuse to spend a single cent there.
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Just gonna say that Dungeons 3 is really fun! I very much recommend it.
Pit 29 Nov, 2019
OMG, that sale has 11 of my 15 wishlisted titles on discount!
Notably (at 50%+ discount and not yet mentioned) Opus Magnum, Feudal Alloy, The Dwarves and Tanglewood...

Time for decisions it seems
eldaking 29 Nov, 2019
Quoting: PangaeaSome nice rebates, but with GOG not bothering to release the Stardew Valley update for days on end, I refuse to spend a single cent there.

Stardew Valley was one game I bought on GOG and that I regret not getting on Steam instead.

I quite like a lot about GOG, but Linux support has fallen behind a lot, which makes the comparison to Steam even more one-sided. Steam got us Proton, GOG doesn't bother to get incremental updates, betas, or even their multiplayer system into Linux. For now, I'm taking the stance that GOG is good only for the really old games.
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