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  • Weekly Sale: Sci-Fi Rumble – first-person shooter games up to 90% off



    If you love action-packed titles with adrenaline jumps on a cosmic scale, you should enjoy this week’s Weekly Sale on GOG.COM with discounts reaching up to 90%. Promo consists of many first-person shooter games set in Sci-Fi worlds, where new technology meets with an old-fashioned rumble.

    Warhammer 40,000: Fire Warrior (-50%) is another game from the series based on tabletop games by Games Workshop. As a young T’au warrior, you must face the mighty human-build Empire, which shows no mercy to aliens. Using one of the 15 available weapons you must fight your way through chaos and destruction.

    Hard Reset Redux (-90%) is a cyberpunk-themed FPP created by Polish studio Flying Wild Hog. In this game there’s practically no stop to the action sequences. Cyborg Zombies that attack you from every corner can be destroyed not only with guns. You can slice them using a weapon highly effective in close combat - the Cyber-Katana.

    Check out the Weekly Sale on GOG.COM and buy even more titles filled with tons of explosive action. The Promo ends on 2nd December 2019, at 2 PM UTC.


    Publisher Sale: Games from Paradox Interactive up to 80% off



    This Weekly Sale is a treat for all strategy and RPG games fans. Swedish publisher Paradox Interactive is most known for the famous Europa Universalis series, in which the player can build a powerful empire even from a small historical nation. Other popular games from PDX include RPG titles like Pillars of Eternity and Tyranny.

    Europa Universalis III Complete (-80%) is a third part of the historical strategy game series. Make your country rich and powerful, conquer enemies by using military force or subdue them by subtle diplomacy means. The game includes two extensions – In Nomine and Napoleon’s Ambition.

    Victoria Complete (-75%) is another historical game from Paradox. This time the player leads on one of the XIX century’s powers to global supremacy. Apart from military issues, gamers have to pay attention to their country’s economic and social challenges. Victoria Complete edition includes also the game’s Victoria: Revolution extension.

    Pillars of Eternity: Definitive Edition (-50%) is an RPG title for all the lovers of exploring magical lands and building a unique party of adventurers. Definitive Edition of the game includes, among other things, its extensions, The White March: Parts I & II, a soundtrack composed by Justin E. Bell, and a novella set in the Pillars of Eternity universe.

    See other titles from Paradox Interactive that are present on GOG.COM Weekly Sale. The promo will end on 2nd December 2019, at 2 PM UTC.


    Coming soon: Close to the Sun



    An adventure game for all the fans of mystery and drama is set to be released 1 May 2020. Close to the Sun from Wired Productions takes place on the colossal vessel called Helios, deep on the international waters in the year 1897.

    The ship has been built to host the greatest scientific minds of the era, yet our main heroine, a journalist Rose Archer, has another reason for being there. She searches for her missing sister, Ada. Will she succeed? Archer will surely need the gamer’s help in solving puzzles and uncovering the mystery behind Helios’ creation or her sister’s whereabouts…

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      vawkil wow, is that header image from UT2004? I think I recognize it as that!

  • Originally posted by Linkblade View Post
    wow, is that header image from UT2004? I think I recognize it as that!
    Yep, 2004.
    Those were the days. When Epic wasn't creatively and morally bankrupt.

    Speaking of - curious that Close to the Sun is being released from its exclusive captivity so soon. Might be just to get the word out well in advance and it's actually still off by a couple months.

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      vawkil :-/ about creativity can be argued, but Epic morally bankrupt? Why you state that? They're giving away massive amounts of very good games for free to players and are making a more economical market for game developers. For me they are saints.

  • Originally posted by Linkblade View Post
    :-/ about creativity can be argued, but Epic morally bankrupt? Why you state that? They're giving away massive amounts of very good games for free to players and are making a more economical market for game developers. For me they are saints.
    As far as I'm concerned it's a classic "bad outweighs the good" sort of situation.

    The Oprah-style giveaways (which is really just bait to get people on board and inflate the user base) might be fine and dandy and taking a lesser than the industry standard-cut downright noble and commendable but that's very quickly and easily overshadowed again by all kinds of other very questionable things.

    Like the strong-arming approach to increase their market share by essentially buying out the competition; unscrupulously snatching up and holding games hostage, in some cases with absolute disregard to prior obligations like crowdfunding fulfillment (resulting in irreparable damage to the respective developer's/publisher's reputation [for selling out], as well as fostering mistrust towards crowdfunding campaigns in general); the close ties to everyone's favourite authoritarian Chinese overlords via Tencent or contributing to the market's further fragmentation by introducing yet another mandatory fucking piece of client software, which may or may not act as spyware for the aforementioned Chinese government as well.

    Saints they're certainly not, to me at least.


    Stranglehold: Rediscover the gun ballet classic from the legendary John Woo



    After years of dwelling in obscurity, the Stranglehold game is back in grand style, thanks to GOG.COM and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.

    For some, this is a true gem among third-person shooters. Others will enjoy discovering the game’s pure action formula straight out of a Hong Kong action flick.



    A living legend

    Among many action moviemakers, only a few have reached the prominence of John Woo. The Chinese-born director gave us cult-classics like The Killer, Better Tomorrow, and Face/Off. Those titles are so action-packed that even the Fast and Furious movies seem slow-paced in comparison.

    The “gun ballet” mentioned in the title is a perfect description of action sequences in John Woo’s movies. Highly-stylized and full of slow-motion scenes, they resemble some kind of death dance that is both thrilling and fun to watch. The movie Hard Boiled (1992) contains all of these things and to this day is considered a near-perfect John Woo title. It’s also the film that gave the director’s career a much-needed push and a Hollywood debut just a year later.

    It took John Woo another 15 years to tell a new story about the fearless Hong Kong Police Inspector Yuen, nicknamed “Tequila”. And when the time finally came, the sequel, Stranglehold, turned out to be… a video game.



    A strike from shadows

    How did it happen? First of all, John Woo, director of high-tech films like Mission: Impossible 2, has always been open to exploring new media. He even founded his own video game company, Tiger Hill Entertainment, in May 2003. Around that time, the famous filmmaker learned that developers from the Midway Company (known mainly from the Mortal Kombat series) were planning to make a game based on one of his movies.

    John Woo was enthusiastic. Soon, his Tiger Hill company started to work alongside Midway on a new project, called Stranglehold, which was widely announced in May 2005. Many fans of Chinese cinema were thrilled to hear that the game’s plot would be a direct follow-up to the Hard Boiled storyline. Adding to the excitement was the news that the original “Tequila” Yuen actor, Chow Yun-fat, would reprise his role from the film. Needless to say, expectations for Stranglehold were very high and the Midway creators made the best out of it.



    Hard Boiled and hard developed

    The story of Stranglehold takes us to latter-day Hong Kong, where the deadly fight between the police force and criminal Triads never stops. One of the best law enforcers in the city, Inspector “Tequila” Yuen, catches the trail of the Dragon Claw gang. What begins as typical police work ends up as deadly combat between “Tequila”, numerous Triads, and the Russian Mafia in which no amount of ammo is spared. Worst of all, the Inspector’s family is also dragged into the war…

    To keep up with the Hard Boiled movie’s immense dynamic and aesthetics, developers from Midway used Unreal Engine 3.0 and tweaked it to get the desired results. One of them was a so-called Massive Destruction physics engine which allowed gamers to destroy almost every object in the main character’s sight. It also included a hit-detection system where enemies would react differently depending on the body part they were shot.

    Last but not least, the creators gave the main character “Tequila Time”. It is a slow-motion mode in which Inspector Yuen could utilize environment elements such as tabletops to gain an advantage over enemies and shower them with bullets. Using “Tequila Time” wisely was essential for earning points and bonuses in the game.



    More than a game

    The goal of creating a perfect action-movie experience for the gamers didn’t end in the developing process. Stranglehold’s marketing strongly focused on the connections to John Woo’s work. In 2007, a contest for amateur filmmakers called “True to Woo” was held where the best John Woo-inspired short movie would win 25,000$ and wide publicity.

    The director himself was personally attached to the Stranglehold project and even intervened a few times during its developing process. For example, he supervised the storyline and paid attention even to small details, like the way game characters dressed.

    All in all, production and marketing for the game would end up topping 30 million dollars, six times more than the original Hard Boiled film! It was no secret that the Midway staff was eager to see Stranglehold perform extremely well in sales. John Woo even announced plans for the game sequel (called “Gun Runner”) and a film prequel to Hard Boiled. The game HAD to be a success, no matter what.



    Pyrrhic victory

    Upon its release, Stranglehold was well received by gamers and critics alike. It sold well, but not well enough to recoup its huge budget. One of the reasons for this lackluster performance was the competition the game had to face from titles like Halo 3, which was released at the same time. Other factors included Midway’s financial problems and bankruptcy in 2009, which sealed the fate of any planned sequels to the game.

    But the title was not forgotten. For years, Stranglehold became something of a legend, not only for Chinese cinema fans but all gamers who loved action titles. Its cult-following grew steadily, only to be stalled by the fact that the DRM version of the game did not support the newer Windows versions.

    Fortunately, in 2019, thanks to GOG.COM and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, Stranglehold returns to PC in all its gun ballet and action-packed glory. Now you can once again join Inspector “Tequila” Yuen in his all-out war against the criminal world.




    Release: A Plague Tale: Innocence



    A title with such a cinematic story is not released every day. A Plague Tale: Innocence is an adventure and stealth game set in the times when all hope seems to fade. A young but very strong girl Amicia de Rune must save her gifted brother Hugo from the clutches of all-mighty inquisition and hordes of rats in a plague-infested medieval France. Our heroine will have to use all of her courage to survive against the overwhelming odds.

    A Plague Tale: Innocence is now available DRM-free on GOG.COM. Until 3rd December, 2 PM UTC, the game is available with a 50% discount. And that’s not all – if you buy A Plague Tale: Innocence during the first 24 hours from its release (that is until 27th November, 2 PM UTC) you’ll get a DLC called Coat of Arms for free.

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    • Originally posted by vawkil
      As far as I'm concerned it's a classic "bad outweighs the good" sort of situation.

      The Oprah-style giveaways (which is really just bait to get people on board and inflate the user base) might be fine and dandy and taking a lesser than the industry standard-cut downright noble and commendable but that's very quickly and easily overshadowed again by all kinds of other very questionable things.
      very diplomatically formulated. thx

      Like the strong-arming approach to increase their market share by essentially buying out the competition; unscrupulously snatching up and holding games hostage, in some cases with absolute disregard to prior obligations like crowdfunding fulfillment (resulting in irreparable damage to the respective developer's/publisher's reputation [for selling out], as well as fostering mistrust towards crowdfunding campaigns in general);
      It's not Epic's but the developer's/publisher's decision whether to join the deal or not. Epic just offers the deal. It's not Epic promising crowdfunding goals and not fulfilling them, it's the devs/publishers! Why you blame Epic for another one's decision?! Because they make it possible? Especially the dev's/publisher's reputation damage is their own fault and not Epic's. I can understand that you're mad at Epic for mistrust in crowdfunding, but it's not them pulling the trigger, the blame belongs elsewhere. You also don't blame Steam for forcing developers to sell their games on Steam with its attractive player base, because by selling on other platforms or by themselves they couldn't make enough money. The juicy tasty meat which is dangling as a decoy in front of dev's/publisher's eyes for Steam is its player base and possible money to be made, while for Epic it's its better cut and project financing safety for money to be made.

      the close ties to everyone's favourite authoritarian Chinese overlords via Tencent
      Tencent has its fingers fiddling with many corporations which you probably like and it's not said, that they have any influence on the company's decisions. https://www.pcgamer.com/every-game-c...s-invested-in/
      Tencent holds only 40% of Epic, so Tim Sweeney still has the last say about any decision. That's why he already said, that he won't ban a Fortnite player for political speech, even when someone said "Free Hong Kong".
      https://www.polygon.com/2019/10/9/20...cent-hong-kong
      https://twitter.com/TimSweeneyEpic/s...33071760789504

      or contributing to the market's further fragmentation by introducing yet another mandatory fucking piece of client software
      hell, it's just one double-click. I don't know why people get so angry about that. Soon there will be GOG Galaxy 2.0 where you can see all of your games in one library anyway, so what's the point here?

      ...which may or may not act as spyware for the aforementioned Chinese government as well.
      speculations... you could speculate this for every company with any shareholder.
      https://www.slashgear.com/epic-games...ache-17569962/

      Saints they're certainly not, to me at least.
      Of course they are no saints in that regard, everyone single human thinks of their own advantage and only does things for themselves to feel better which is most often more money. And so do companies. Still developers as well as players have a big advantage due to Epic's market fiasco. You may have your opinion, but for me your negative arguments are less than you described or non-existent, so that for me the good outweighs the bad.

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      • Originally posted by Linkblade View Post
        It's not Epic's but the developer's/publisher's decision whether to join the deal or not. Epic just offers the deal. It's not Epic promising crowdfunding goals and not fulfilling them, it's the devs/publishers! Why you blame Epic for another one's decision?! Because they make it possible? Especially the dev's/publisher's reputation damage is their own fault and not Epic's. I can understand that you're mad at Epic for mistrust in crowdfunding, but it's not them pulling the trigger, the blame belongs elsewhere. You also don't blame Steam for forcing developers to sell their games on Steam with its attractive player base, because by selling on other platforms or by themselves they couldn't make enough money. The juicy tasty meat which is dangling as a decoy in front of dev's/publisher's eyes for Steam is its player base and possible money to be made, while for Epic it's its better cut and project financing safety for money to be made.
        That's what I was trying to get at with 'morally bankrupt'.
        Why even offer these shitty exclusivity deals in the first place when they already have such a strong USP with a bigger cut of the revenue going to the developer/publisher? Should be quite enough to convince and attract both developers/publishers as well as customers to sell resp. purchase through the platform. But no no no, that's not quite Epic's tempo. Instead of organically and steadily establishing a foothold in the market - like the competition did years before - they resort to those bad practices they think is a necessary evil to "better the market". Sure it's not Epic pulling the trigger but it's them offering and handing out the guns.
        The long-established platforms having the stranglehold on the market isn't ideal either, but they also didn't resort to such rash, extreme and questionable measures to get there, at least for the most part and some to a lesser extent than others.

        Originally posted by Linkblade View Post
        Tencent has its fingers fiddling with many corporations which you probably like and it's not said, that they have any influence on the company's decisions. https://www.pcgamer.com/every-game-c...s-invested-in/
        Tencent holds only 40% of Epic, so Tim Sweeney still has the last say about any decision. That's why he already said, that he won't ban a Fortnite player for political speech, even when someone said "Free Hong Kong".
        https://www.polygon.com/2019/10/9/20...cent-hong-kong
        https://twitter.com/TimSweeneyEpic/s...33071760789504
        I know that the Chinese have their fingers in all kinds of pies these days and that it's utopian to think that any of these companies or corporations would ever actually make a stand and set an example by consequently cutting all ties with the Chinese market. I also believe to know when and whom to reliably call bullshit artist. Which would be more or less everytime the CEO of one of those companies/corporations in question opens his mouth, especially on social media or when relayed through news sites.

        Originally posted by Linkblade View Post
        hell, it's just one double-click. I don't know why people get so angry about that. Soon there will be GOG Galaxy 2.0 where you can see all of your games in one library anyway, so what's the point here?
        A generational thing, at least for the first part of the issue.
        Which would be that people these days are so conditioned and used to the convenience of client software doing all the (heavy) lifting for them that they're not only more accepting of even the most intrusive DRM/Anti-Tamper technology but also incapable to go back to the old ways, by using GOG.com's offline backup installers, for instance.
        The second part of the issue is basically just brand loyalty, or in this case "platform loyalty" and again, convenience.
        Those that can't - for all sorts of reasons - or are unwilling to do even one damn thing (downloading, installing, playing, updating and uninstalling) without going through the client of their choice apparently are already annoyed or even overwhelmed having to operate more than 2 clients.

        But let's leave it at that "agree to disagree"-kind of understanding.
        This here site and forum isn't called 'Exclusively Games' for nothing and we may have already barely scraped past a mod's friendly reminder to keep it that way.


        Stardew Valley 1.4 update is here!



        A game that has a huge cult following around the world finally gets some new adjustments. As the creator of Stardew Valley sums up – 1.4 update purpose is not just to add new content, but to make the game even more enjoyable.

        For example, some tools will now prove to be more efficient. Moreover, every spouse of the main character will get an additional after-marriage quest. Gamers will also receive a convenient screenshot button to make a photo of their farm, which they can later share with friends. To celebrate its 1.4 update release, Stardew Valley will be available on GOG.COM with a 10% discount until 3rd December 2019, 6 PM UTC.

        Not only Stardew Valley fans will be satisfied with improvements and additional features today. A free DLC for the Project Hospital game, called Doctor Mode, is out now on GOG.COM. Also, you can buy Tangledeep – Dawn of Dragons DLC, with a 10% discount until 3rd December 2019, 5 PM UTC.




        Release: Molek-Syntez



        A game made for all those who love molecular chemistry or are willing to learn its fundamentals. MOLEK-SYNTEZ made by Zachtronics is now available on GOG.COM DRM-free.

        In the far future, as a tenant of a small flat in Romania, you spend time programing a molecular synthesizer and playing solitaire. What sounds monotonous at first, can be quite addictive – molecular chemistry is a science full of surprises. By combining knowledge and imagination you can convert ordinary industry chemicals into something completely new…




        Coming soon: Good Company



        Starting a high-tech business doesn’t have to be stressful. Good Company game from The Irregular Corporation is coming soon to GOG.COM DRM-free.

        A single and multiplayer management simulation title will allow you to start a robot manufacturing company from scratch. Begin as a small garage enterprise and finish at the peak of global markets – you can expand your business beyond limits, watching it grow in 1980s style graphics.

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        • Originally posted by vawkil View Post
          This here site and forum isn't called 'Exclusively Games' for nothing and we may have already barely scraped past a mod's friendly reminder to keep it that way.
          I consider our conversation being about video games because where and how they are sold is an interesting gaming topic. Only bad thing might be, that we went off-topic in this thread. But we end this here.

          That's what I was trying to get at with 'morally bankrupt'.
          Why even offer these shitty exclusivity deals in the first place when they already have such a strong USP with a bigger cut of the revenue going to the developer/publisher? Should be quite enough to convince and attract both developers/publishers as well as customers to sell resp. purchase through the platform. But no no no, that's not quite Epic's tempo. Instead of organically and steadily establishing a foothold in the market - like the competition did years before - they resort to those bad practices they think is a necessary evil to "better the market".
          No, it's not enough to win customers. You said it yourself: players have deep roots in their platform with conditioned habits and taken for granted convenience. Winning customers over from that is like pulling out a 50 year old tree with your bare hands. Even if Epic was that nicer planting place for this tree, after all those years and roots put down, the tree wouldn't hop over by itself... And the less a store attracts customers the less it attracts devs/publishers to sell there, so obviously to win devs/publishers, a store needs customers. That's why I think such "bad practices" are necessary as an acquiesced evil to indeed better the market.

          I know that the Chinese have their fingers in all kinds of pies these days and that it's utopian to think that any of these companies or corporations would ever actually make a stand and set an example by consequently cutting all ties with the Chinese market. I also believe to know when and whom to reliably call bullshit artist. Which would be more or less everytime the CEO of one of those companies/corporations in question opens his mouth, especially on social media or when relayed through news sites.
          let's wait and see...

          But let's leave it at that "agree to disagree"-kind of understanding.
          Agreed.

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          • Black Friday Sale - 2000+ deals up to 90% off!



            Great offers are coming your way! This year’s Black Friday Sale starts now on GOG.COM with discounts up to 90% off.

            The sale starts with a surprise batch of Flash Deals that are very time-limited, so be quick to catch them! Once the timer for a deal ends, the game will remain on sale but with a lower discount.

            The Black Friday Sale lasts until 3rd December 2019, 2 PM UTC. Now let’s see some of the titles we have for you:

            Disco Elysium (-20%) is an RPG title in which you become a detective with some personal issues. Choose what kind of a cop you want to be, honest or corrupt one, and crack a difficult murder case that shocked the city of Revachol.

            A Plague Tale: Innocence (-50%) is an adventure game with stealth elements, which take as to the XIV-century France, a land infested with a deadly plague. As Amicia de Rune you must save your little brother Hugo from the clutches of the Inquisition and swarms of bloodthirsty rats.

            Stronghold Crusader 2: Special Edition (-90%) is a real-time strategy title set in the time of castles and crusades. Build a powerful fortress that will withstand all the enemy’s attacks, recruit grand armies, and use all the desert features to your advantage.

            Call of Juarez: Gunslinger (-60%) is a first-person shooter that will make you discover some of the most famous Wild West legends. Join a bounty hunter named Silas Greaves on a journey through the frontier, full of outlaws, magnificent landscapes and deadly gunslingers.

            Witcher 3: Game of the Year Edition (-70%) is an all-time classic RPG title. As the eponymous witcher, Geralt of Rivia, you travel the world and hunt monsters for money. Sounds simple, right? Yet our hero has a natural talent for getting into all kinds of trouble, like political intrigues, wars, and love affairs.

            A selection of retro-styled first-person shooters for all those who love some good old fashioned destruction. Grab discounts on titles like Project Warlock (-50%), Dusk (-25%) and, last but not least, Amid Evil (-25%), which just received a special Ancient Alpha Builds as a bonus goodie.

            With so many great offers, we gathered the games with 90% off discounts - check these amazing titles that you can get cheaper than the price of a cup of coffee!

            The Black Friday Sale lasts until 3rd December 2019, 2 PM UTC.


            Release: Yesterday



            Another adventure game from Pendulo Studios, a Spanish company which gave us the highly popular Runaway series. Yesterday has a much darker story than those from the studio’s previous games. It involves a string of disappearances and deaths on the New York City streets. All of them seem to be linked somehow to mysterious John Yesterday, a man who has no memories of his past…

            Solve the mystery of Yesterday now on GOG.COM, DRM-free, with a 75% discount until 3rd December 2019, 2 PM UTC. Also, check out the game's prequel - Yesterday Origins.

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            • No Man's Sky receives the Synthesis update



              Now exploring the galaxy will bring us even more joy.

              No Man’s Sky from Hello Games receives a free 2.2 update, called Synthesis. What new will it bring to the space explorer’s table? For example, we’ll acquire some new outfits, weapons, and ship upgrades. Other additions include the ability to salvage ship parts, and a backpack version of the popular Refiner. Also, the update will bring over 300 smaller changes and improvements to the game.

              Get No Man’s Sky during our Black Friday Sale with a 50% discount until December 3rd, 2019, 2 PM UTC.

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              • Coming soon: Builders of Egypt



                Test your urban planning skills and build an ancient city close to the River Nile.

                Builders of Egypt from Strategy Lab is coming soon DRM-free on GOG.COM. This strategic simulation game will enable you to become a city governor and the Pharaoh's loyal subject.




                Curious Expedition has received the RIVALS mode



                A massive multiplayer mode called RIVALS has been lately added to Curious Expedition game on GOG.COM. This new feature comes also with a few interesting additions:

                - Worlds that are up to 10,000 times larger than in the original game.
                - Other players will see your name and portrait when you discover new lands.
                - A prestigious badge comes with every new golden pyramid you come upon.
                - Trek can now be equipped with over 140 Expedition Crates.

                Check out Curious Expedition which now available on our GOG.COM’s Black Friday Sale with a 50% discount.

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                • Weekly Sale: Activision Games up to 75% off



                  Over the last four decades, this company has released many video game classics. That’s why we've decided that our latest Weekly Sale will give you some of the Activision’s most memorable games with discounts up to 75%.

                  Arcanum: Of Steamworks and Magick Obscura (-75%) is a role-playing game for all those who like to mix fantasy setting with Victorian Era style and technology.

                  Caesar IV (-40%) is a strategic simulation game that will enable you to build your own city. Become a Roman governor and raise a true ancient metropolis.

                  Phantasmagoria (-35%) will give you thrills like a good old-fashioned horror movie. It’s an adventure title written and directed by gaming industry legend - Roberta Williams.

                  Check out more Activision games with lower prices during this Weekly Sale. It will end on 9th December 2019, 2 PM UTC.

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                  • Imperator: Rome - The Punic Wars DLC is here!



                    A free content pack for Imperator: Rome is now available on GOG.COM. The Punic Wars DLC contains features such as new Roman and Carthaginian Mission Packs, Numidian Unit Model and Carthaginian Ship Model. We will also get a chance to hear three additional music tracks.

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                    • Hi,

                      I just wanted to suggest to vote for Terminator: Resistance to being brought on GOG! The votes on the wishlist are ridiculously low, so here's the link:

                      https://www.gog.com/wishlist/games/t...tor_resistance

                      Don't let a good game, go unnoticed!
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                      https://colapoweredgamer.wordpress.com

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                      • Midweek Sale: Ubisoft games up to 75% off



                        There are things that we just can get enough of, like a cup of good coffee, our favorite TV series, and of course - games such as Heroes of Might and Magic 3 and Prince of Persia. That’s why we give you Ubisoft titles with up to 75% off in our latest Midweek Sale.

                        Heroes of Might and Magic 3: Complete (-75%) is an all-time classic strategy game set in a rich fantasy world. Win a campaign or join your friends in an exciting multiplayer duel.

                        Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (-66%) is a good title to start your adventure with famous platform series. It has an engaging story and is filled with non-stop action.

                        Assassin's Creed: Director's Cut (-66%) will take you to the world of medieval crusades. Use your stealth skills to surprise your enemies or disappear without a trace.

                        Check out other Ubisoft titles during this Midweek Sale , which will end on 7th December 2019, at 2 PM UTC.


                        Release: Heroland



                        All the lovers of 16 -bit era should check out this new title from XSEED Games now available on GOG.COM. Heroland is a roleplaying game set in a theme park offering its customers an artificial RPG experience, for a price of course. Real problems start when island on which Heroland is based proves to be more dangerous than any of the park’s attractions. Apart from nostalgic 16-bit graphics, the game presents us a set of moody jazz tunes composed by Tsukasa Masuko.




                        Release: Kero Blaster



                        A ribbiting title that will take you back to the 8-bit era. Kero Blaster from Playism lets you wreak havock as an armed and dangerous frog, hired to cleanse his employer’s teleporters from evil creatures. This classic 2D side-scrolling action game will be available on GOG.COM with a 50% discount until 11 December 2019, 2 PM UTC.


                        Release: Megadimension Neptunia VIIR arrives with a 60% discount



                        Fans of Idea Factory games are in for a huge treat. First of all, Megadimension Neptunia VIIR is now available on GOG.COM along with a 60% discount. Secondly, also quite a few DLCs to games from Neptunia Universe are getting added to our library. Such a load of new content gives us the occasion to present you with a special set of discounts reaching up to 70% on selected Idea Factory titles and DLCs. This promo sale ends on 18 December 2019, at 2 PM UTC.

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                        • Coming soon: The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Tactics



                          A game for all The Dark Crystal universe fans is coming soon on GOG.COM. The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Tactics is a strategy title based on a famous movie from 1982 and its much younger prequel series. As a leader of a Gelfling resistance group, you will have to fight against the oppressive Skeksis in more than 50 turn-based tactics RPG battles.

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                          • Release: Strategic Command: World War I



                            A new strategic game from Slitherine Ltd. has arrived on GOG.COM. While playing Strategic Command: World War I you will face many military and diplomatic decisions that haunted national leaders during the Great War. From the bloody fields of Flanders to the hot sands of the Middle East, Slitherine strategy game gives you the chance to change the course of one of the history’s darkest hours.

                            Owners of Strategic Command: WWII War in Europe or Strategic Command: World at War can buy the game on GOG.COM with a 25% discount until 12th December 2019, 3 PM UTC.

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