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  1. Though Good Old Games has certainly become a contender in the area of digital sales with a focus shifting toward new titles, the team behind the online storefront's curation of older PC games has been quietly chugging along. To that end, the 1996 adventure game Titanic: Adventure Out of Time has released once again! One might be forgiven for thinking of Titanic: Adventure Out of Time as a cheap cash grab that follows the events of James Cameron's Titanic, which released in 1997. Instead of weaving a tale of love and loss on the high seas, Adventure Out of Time focuses on the exploits of a British secret agent on the trail of a mystery that will decide the fate of entire countries, a mystery that turns into a race against time as the ship nears its tragic end. The game reconstructs the interior of the Titanic in intricate, 1996 PC-levels of detail. Players are able to interact with over 25 characters from differing segments of society who respond dynamically to choices made throughout your time aboard the Titanic. There's also an option to simply tour the 3D reconstruction of the vessel to learn more about the actual history of the doomed voyage. Titanic: Adventure Out of Time has long been a sought after gem among adventure game enthusiasts, so having it readily available and updated to run on current platforms is a real boon for the retro community as well as those curious about gaming history itself.
  2. Though Good Old Games has certainly become a contender in the area of digital sales with a focus shifting toward new titles, the team behind the online storefront's curation of older PC games has been quietly chugging along. To that end, the 1996 adventure game Titanic: Adventure Out of Time has released once again! One might be forgiven for thinking of Titanic: Adventure Out of Time as a cheap cash grab that follows the events of James Cameron's Titanic, which released in 1997. Instead of weaving a tale of love and loss on the high seas, Adventure Out of Time focuses on the exploits of a British secret agent on the trail of a mystery that will decide the fate of entire countries, a mystery that turns into a race against time as the ship nears its tragic end. The game reconstructs the interior of the Titanic in intricate, 1996 PC-levels of detail. Players are able to interact with over 25 characters from differing segments of society who respond dynamically to choices made throughout your time aboard the Titanic. There's also an option to simply tour the 3D reconstruction of the vessel to learn more about the actual history of the doomed voyage. Titanic: Adventure Out of Time has long been a sought after gem among adventure game enthusiasts, so having it readily available and updated to run on current platforms is a real boon for the retro community as well as those curious about gaming history itself. View full article
  3. A little over a week ago, Good Old Games backed the Divinity: Original Sin 2 Kickstarter at the $10,000 level (there are only 17 hours left until the campaign concludes). As a result, developer Larian Games is allowing them to design an original character with a backstory and motivations that crosses paths with the protagonists. Not wanting to keep this power of creation for themselves, GOG has decided to involve the gaming community in a massive brainstorming session to flesh out their new hero. People can pitch their ideas in the comments section of the announcement or by using #GOGHero. When the time comes for the character to be created, Larian will design three characters that combine a number of the best ideas, all with concept art and backstories. Then the community will be able to vote for their favorite champion to become a fully fleshed out NPC in the final game. Some of the ideas being kicked around so far are a lizard paladin with a fear of chocolate, a claustrophobic dwarf who tries to pass himself off as a human wizard, and a vain 310-year-old undead with a fear of fire. Got better ideas? Then get submitting! View full article
  4. A little over a week ago, Good Old Games backed the Divinity: Original Sin 2 Kickstarter at the $10,000 level (there are only 17 hours left until the campaign concludes). As a result, developer Larian Games is allowing them to design an original character with a backstory and motivations that crosses paths with the protagonists. Not wanting to keep this power of creation for themselves, GOG has decided to involve the gaming community in a massive brainstorming session to flesh out their new hero. People can pitch their ideas in the comments section of the announcement or by using #GOGHero. When the time comes for the character to be created, Larian will design three characters that combine a number of the best ideas, all with concept art and backstories. Then the community will be able to vote for their favorite champion to become a fully fleshed out NPC in the final game. Some of the ideas being kicked around so far are a lizard paladin with a fear of chocolate, a claustrophobic dwarf who tries to pass himself off as a human wizard, and a vain 310-year-old undead with a fear of fire. Got better ideas? Then get submitting!
  5. For the next six days, GOG.com is running a sale for bundles of, you guessed it, good old games. The sale will see discounts on bundles of up to 85% off. It opens with the Hasbro RPG Bundle for 80% off (including Planescape: Torment, Neverwinter Nights, Baldur's Gate, Icewind Dale) and Lucasfilm point-and-click adventures at 75% off (Sam & Max Hit the Road, Secret of Monkey Island, Indiana Jones and The Fate of Atlantis). Up to four new bundles will be revealed every day. Beyond that, the tower is a mystery, so expect to see more news, offers, and unexpected goodies to be dropping between now and Sunday. View full article
  6. For the next six days, GOG.com is running a sale for bundles of, you guessed it, good old games. The sale will see discounts on bundles of up to 85% off. It opens with the Hasbro RPG Bundle for 80% off (including Planescape: Torment, Neverwinter Nights, Baldur's Gate, Icewind Dale) and Lucasfilm point-and-click adventures at 75% off (Sam & Max Hit the Road, Secret of Monkey Island, Indiana Jones and The Fate of Atlantis). Up to four new bundles will be revealed every day. Beyond that, the tower is a mystery, so expect to see more news, offers, and unexpected goodies to be dropping between now and Sunday.
  7. A slew of classic Paradox Interactive games have come to GOG.com and they've come bearing discounted price tags. Two of the released titles make their debut appearance on a digital platform, while the remaining four come equipped with deals for 50% off their normal price for their first week on Good Old Games. Hearts of Iron - a digital premiere Europa Universalis - a digital premiere Crusader Kings: Complete (-50%) Majesty Gold HD (-50%) Majesty 2 Collection (-50%) Victoria Complete Pack (-50%) If you're curiously searching for more Paradox Interactive games, but can't find your favorite, never fear. Following this initial release Paradox Interactive will slowly be adding more titles to GOG.com in the coming months.
  8. A slew of classic Paradox Interactive games have come to GOG.com and they've come bearing discounted price tags. Two of the released titles make their debut appearance on a digital platform, while the remaining four come equipped with deals for 50% off their normal price for their first week on Good Old Games. Hearts of Iron - a digital premiere Europa Universalis - a digital premiere Crusader Kings: Complete (-50%) Majesty Gold HD (-50%) Majesty 2 Collection (-50%) Victoria Complete Pack (-50%) If you're curiously searching for more Paradox Interactive games, but can't find your favorite, never fear. Following this initial release Paradox Interactive will slowly be adding more titles to GOG.com in the coming months. View full article
  9. Toonstruck, a solid, but largely forgotten title from the heyday of point-and-click adventure games, releases on Good Old Games today. It stars Christopher Lloyd of Back to the Future fame as a cartoonist sucked into a world of animated characters. Needless to say, things get a bit weird. The game stars a lot of other great talent, too. Ben Stein makes an appearance, while Dan Castellaneta (perhaps better known as Homer Simpson), Dom DeLuise (All Dogs Go To Heaven), and ever amazing Tim Curry. Toonstruck is a weird, classic piece of gaming and it is good to see it get some new life on GOG. Heck, up until now, most people these days probably only heard about it from Hey Ash Whatcha Playin'?
  10. Toonstruck, a solid, but largely forgotten title from the heyday of point-and-click adventure games, releases on Good Old Games today. It stars Christopher Lloyd of Back to the Future fame as a cartoonist sucked into a world of animated characters. Needless to say, things get a bit weird. The game stars a lot of other great talent, too. Ben Stein makes an appearance, while Dan Castellaneta (perhaps better known as Homer Simpson), Dom DeLuise (All Dogs Go To Heaven), and ever amazing Tim Curry. Toonstruck is a weird, classic piece of gaming and it is good to see it get some new life on GOG. Heck, up until now, most people these days probably only heard about it from Hey Ash Whatcha Playin'? View full article
  11. Good Old Games released the Double Dragon Trilogy through their online store today. GOG customers will be able to play with their friends even if their friends own copies of Double Dragon Trilogy on Steam through GOG Galaxy' cross-play functionality. As always, the title is DRM-free. Interestingly, GOG also decided to put together a speedrun competition for Double Dragon 2: The Revenge! Here is how the contest will work: Jump on Twitch and broadcast your attempts at beating the game in the fastest way possible - from the opening screen, up to the moment that the last boss bites the dust ("Original" difficulty). Make sure you have the "automatically archive my broadcasts" option toggled on under settings. Save your best run as a Twitch stream highlight or export it to YouTube and send us the link at contest@gog.com with the subject "Double Dragon". Do not delete your original broadcast from the archive! You have until January 31, at 5:00pm GMT / 12:00pm EST / 9am PST to submit your entry. If you need some inspiration, GOG streamed their resident speedrun champion as they beat the game in about an hour. Due to timezones (curse, you relativityyyyy!), the broadcast already concluded, but you can view the archived run here. The top three times submitted will receive some neat prizes from GOG and DotEmu, a digital retro game distributor similar to GOG. First place: An iPad 3 Mini and 9 GOG gift codes Second place: A Mad Catz gaming Mouse + Keyboard combo and 6 GOG gift codes Third place: An original Sega Master System Double Dragon game cartridge and 3 GOG gift codes Remember, you have until January 31 to set your blisteringest, blazingest, most decidedly awesome time. Good luck and have fun!
  12. Good Old Games released the Double Dragon Trilogy through their online store today. GOG customers will be able to play with their friends even if their friends own copies of Double Dragon Trilogy on Steam through GOG Galaxy' cross-play functionality. As always, the title is DRM-free. Interestingly, GOG also decided to put together a speedrun competition for Double Dragon 2: The Revenge! Here is how the contest will work: Jump on Twitch and broadcast your attempts at beating the game in the fastest way possible - from the opening screen, up to the moment that the last boss bites the dust ("Original" difficulty). Make sure you have the "automatically archive my broadcasts" option toggled on under settings. Save your best run as a Twitch stream highlight or export it to YouTube and send us the link at contest@gog.com with the subject "Double Dragon". Do not delete your original broadcast from the archive! You have until January 31, at 5:00pm GMT / 12:00pm EST / 9am PST to submit your entry. If you need some inspiration, GOG streamed their resident speedrun champion as they beat the game in about an hour. Due to timezones (curse, you relativityyyyy!), the broadcast already concluded, but you can view the archived run here. The top three times submitted will receive some neat prizes from GOG and DotEmu, a digital retro game distributor similar to GOG. First place: An iPad 3 Mini and 9 GOG gift codes Second place: A Mad Catz gaming Mouse + Keyboard combo and 6 GOG gift codes Third place: An original Sega Master System Double Dragon game cartridge and 3 GOG gift codes Remember, you have until January 31 to set your blisteringest, blazingest, most decidedly awesome time. Good luck and have fun! View full article
  13. Today, GOG.com began its Mutator sale. Customers who buy three games from their discounted games have the option to purchase an additional three mystery games for $2 apiece. The lineup of discounted games have had their prices slashed by quite a bit, some going as low as 85% off their normal cost. A few examples include: Theme Hospital for $1.49, Cannon Fodder for $1.19, Leisure Suit Larry: Love for Sail! for $1.49, Outlast for $4.99, Broken Age for $12.49, Long Live the Queen for $1.99. Every 48 hours Good Old Games will change the games discounted by its Mutator promo as well as the mystery games that will be available. The sale will continue for the next six days, so keep an eye out for attractive deals. On a somewhat related note, GOG.com is also offering up pre-orders for The Legend of Grimrock II, an indie dungeon crawler whose predecessor was highly enjoyable. View full article
  14. Today, GOG.com began its Mutator sale. Customers who buy three games from their discounted games have the option to purchase an additional three mystery games for $2 apiece. The lineup of discounted games have had their prices slashed by quite a bit, some going as low as 85% off their normal cost. A few examples include: Theme Hospital for $1.49, Cannon Fodder for $1.19, Leisure Suit Larry: Love for Sail! for $1.49, Outlast for $4.99, Broken Age for $12.49, Long Live the Queen for $1.99. Every 48 hours Good Old Games will change the games discounted by its Mutator promo as well as the mystery games that will be available. The sale will continue for the next six days, so keep an eye out for attractive deals. On a somewhat related note, GOG.com is also offering up pre-orders for The Legend of Grimrock II, an indie dungeon crawler whose predecessor was highly enjoyable.
  15. GOG.com is taking another step toward delivering on the promise of a world without DRM. Today, they launched a flashy, new site that works better on mobile devices and tablets alongside a price matching option for people outside the United States and a section for movies. While the store is sleek and easier to navigate, the most notable addition is clearly the addition of movies to GOG's offerings. So far, the twenty-one movies offered through the GOG store are all documentaries relating to video games or the video game industry. Right off the bat, two of them are being offered for free: The Art of Playing and TPB AFK: The Pirate Bay Away From Keyboard. The remaining documentaries are available for a limited time at $5.99. Good Old Games will eventually expand their lineup of movies out of the rather niche genre of video game documentaries into more mainstream films. In the meantime, many of these documentaries are rather obscure or ones that I have never heard of like Gamer Age or 100 Yen: The Japanese Arcade Experience. Of more interest to people living outside the United States is the new price matching system GOG has introduced. Now the price of games abroad can be compared to the price of games in the United States and if the abroad price is higher, the difference will be refunded to your GOG wallet. Also, European customers will be able to purchase in their local currency, choosing between the euro, ruble, or British pounds. Overall, I think this is pretty neat and worth checking out, if only for two free movies.
  16. GOG.com is taking another step toward delivering on the promise of a world without DRM. Today, they launched a flashy, new site that works better on mobile devices and tablets alongside a price matching option for people outside the United States and a section for movies. While the store is sleek and easier to navigate, the most notable addition is clearly the addition of movies to GOG's offerings. So far, the twenty-one movies offered through the GOG store are all documentaries relating to video games or the video game industry. Right off the bat, two of them are being offered for free: The Art of Playing and TPB AFK: The Pirate Bay Away From Keyboard. The remaining documentaries are available for a limited time at $5.99. Good Old Games will eventually expand their lineup of movies out of the rather niche genre of video game documentaries into more mainstream films. In the meantime, many of these documentaries are rather obscure or ones that I have never heard of like Gamer Age or 100 Yen: The Japanese Arcade Experience. Of more interest to people living outside the United States is the new price matching system GOG has introduced. Now the price of games abroad can be compared to the price of games in the United States and if the abroad price is higher, the difference will be refunded to your GOG wallet. Also, European customers will be able to purchase in their local currency, choosing between the euro, ruble, or British pounds. Overall, I think this is pretty neat and worth checking out, if only for two free movies. View full article
  17. CD Projeckt RED, the developer behind The Witcher series and Good Old Games, is kicking off E3 with an early press conference, which you can watch right here. The livestream begins at 11am Pacific (2pm Eastern). They're teasing more about The Witcher 3, a new trailer/in-game footage, and a big announcement for GOG.com. Maybe we'll hear something about Cyberpunk 2077? You can watch the livestream of the press conference on thewitcher.com/stream, GOG.com/stream, or right here in the player below. UPDATE: The press conference is over. There were a number of bombshells dropped, so let's cover them for those of you who didn't have a chance to watch live. - The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will release February 24th, 2015 - The boxed versions of the game will contain a map, soundtrack, the official "Witcher Universe - The Compendium," stickers, and a protective sleeve - Collector's Editions will come with all of the goodies of the boxed game along with a 200 page art book, a Witcher medallion, a SteelBook box, inner and outer containment boxes, and an awesome 33x24x26cm, hand-painted, Polystoone statue of Geralt of Rivia slaying a griffin (there is a neat little marketing/making of video, as well) - Additionally, pre-orders will come with two priority beta keys for The Witcher Adventure Game, a digital board game for PC, Andorid, and iOS that will have both single and multiplayer modes (though the beta will only have multiplayer) - The press conference ended with CD Projeckt RED announcing that they would be launching a digital distribution platform called GOG Galaxy. Galaxy will have many of the same features as the Steam platform, minus DRM, any online requirement (unless your game happens to require online to function like an MMO or if you want to connect to update achievements and chat with friends), cross-play will allow players to game with friends who have bought their games on other platforms. The goal of the platform is to provide users with the most convenient and fair ways of playing their games while being completely optional. This could finally be some real competition for Steam.
  18. CD Projeckt RED, the developer behind The Witcher series and Good Old Games, is kicking off E3 with an early press conference, which you can watch right here. The livestream begins at 11am Pacific (2pm Eastern). They're teasing more about The Witcher 3, a new trailer/in-game footage, and a big announcement for GOG.com. Maybe we'll hear something about Cyberpunk 2077? You can watch the livestream of the press conference on thewitcher.com/stream, GOG.com/stream, or right here in the player below. UPDATE: The press conference is over. There were a number of bombshells dropped, so let's cover them for those of you who didn't have a chance to watch live. - The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will release February 24th, 2015 - The boxed versions of the game will contain a map, soundtrack, the official "Witcher Universe - The Compendium," stickers, and a protective sleeve - Collector's Editions will come with all of the goodies of the boxed game along with a 200 page art book, a Witcher medallion, a SteelBook box, inner and outer containment boxes, and an awesome 33x24x26cm, hand-painted, Polystoone statue of Geralt of Rivia slaying a griffin (there is a neat little marketing/making of video, as well) - Additionally, pre-orders will come with two priority beta keys for The Witcher Adventure Game, a digital board game for PC, Andorid, and iOS that will have both single and multiplayer modes (though the beta will only have multiplayer) - The press conference ended with CD Projeckt RED announcing that they would be launching a digital distribution platform called GOG Galaxy. Galaxy will have many of the same features as the Steam platform, minus DRM, any online requirement (unless your game happens to require online to function like an MMO or if you want to connect to update achievements and chat with friends), cross-play will allow players to game with friends who have bought their games on other platforms. The goal of the platform is to provide users with the most convenient and fair ways of playing their games while being completely optional. This could finally be some real competition for Steam. View full article
  19. Fans of good (old) games, rejoice! GOG.com is offering deals on games chronologically from 1983-2013. The sale began yesterday with Zork and continues strong today with the likes of Deus Ex. Interest in the games featured in the sale dictate how long the deals last. Purchasing the current title on sale extends the time that deal is available by three seconds for everyone else. Already own the discounted game, but still want to show your support? You can vote an additional second onto its sale time. Alternatively, if you dislike the title in question, you can take a second away from the sale timer to hurry along the next bargain. View full article
  20. Fans of good (old) games, rejoice! GOG.com is offering deals on games chronologically from 1983-2013. The sale began yesterday with Zork and continues strong today with the likes of Deus Ex. Interest in the games featured in the sale dictate how long the deals last. Purchasing the current title on sale extends the time that deal is available by three seconds for everyone else. Already own the discounted game, but still want to show your support? You can vote an additional second onto its sale time. Alternatively, if you dislike the title in question, you can take a second away from the sale timer to hurry along the next bargain.
  21. The digital distribution platform GOG.com has been around for five years now and has certainly had its ups and downs. Join CD Projekt's Marcin Iwiński, Managing Director Guillaume Rambourg, and Creative Director Piotr Karwowski as they discuss the origins of Good Old Games and where they want to take the company in the future. Ever wondered what the challenges might be to launching a DRM-free, old-school gaming focused, diggital distribution platform that also updates games for modern computers? The five year retrospective embedded below from the folks at Good Old Games will definitely answer some questions. View full article
  22. The digital distribution platform GOG.com has been around for five years now and has certainly had its ups and downs. Join CD Projekt's Marcin Iwiński, Managing Director Guillaume Rambourg, and Creative Director Piotr Karwowski as they discuss the origins of Good Old Games and where they want to take the company in the future. Ever wondered what the challenges might be to launching a DRM-free, old-school gaming focused, diggital distribution platform that also updates games for modern computers? The five year retrospective embedded below from the folks at Good Old Games will definitely answer some questions.
  23. GOG.com, the bastion of all things indie and retro, is offering a 10 D&D flavored RPGs for 80% off their normal price for the next three days. In this fantastic bundle you get: Baldur’s gate: The Original Saga, Baldur’s Gate 2 Complete, Icewind Dale 1 & 2 Complete, Forgotten Realms: Demon Stone, The Temple of Elemental Evil, Dungeons & Dragons: Dragonshard, Neverwinter Nights 1 & 2, and Planescape: Torment. The total price of all these games without GOG’s ridiculous sale is around $105. If you have fond memories of old-school RPGs or have always been curious about them, now is a perfect time to dive into this rich part of gaming history. Here is a handy link to the deal, which goes from now through Sunday.
  24. GOG.com, the bastion of all things indie and retro, is offering a 10 D&D flavored RPGs for 80% off their normal price for the next three days. In this fantastic bundle you get: Baldur’s gate: The Original Saga, Baldur’s Gate 2 Complete, Icewind Dale 1 & 2 Complete, Forgotten Realms: Demon Stone, The Temple of Elemental Evil, Dungeons & Dragons: Dragonshard, Neverwinter Nights 1 & 2, and Planescape: Torment. The total price of all these games without GOG’s ridiculous sale is around $105. If you have fond memories of old-school RPGs or have always been curious about them, now is a perfect time to dive into this rich part of gaming history. Here is a handy link to the deal, which goes from now through Sunday. View full article
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