Good Old Games—the digital store for retro games—just announced a new service called GOG Galaxy. It's a DRM-free online service designed to offer auto-updating, cross-play, and an optional client for your PC games.
Today in Dumb Yet Hilarious Publicity Stunts, here's online gaming store Good Old Games honoring the U.S. government shutdown with a special sale.
Omikron: The Nomad Soul, 1999's futuristic and highly complex action-adventure title, is now on GOG.
Ubisoft's huge GoG catalogue is 60% off this weekend. There's bound to be something in there for pretty much everyone.
GoG's running a huge sale on retro Activision titles this weekend. I'd recommend picking up at least Arcanum.
If you're looking for a challenge, you can now pick up the remake of oldie-but-goodie La Mulana from GoG.
For the next two days, the classic post-apocalyptic RPG Fallout will be a free download from GoG.com. Looks like it's time to explore the wastes again.
1998's much-lauded PC stealth game Thief has arrived at Good Old Games, where it can be downloaded for $9.99. Thief is widely held to be one of the most innovative, standard-setting sneaking games ever made.
If you've never played Bullfrog's acclaimed cyberpunk masterpiece—you know, the one that EA's re-animating as a FPS—you'll get you chance this week. Retro PC Gaming retailer Good Old Games will be making the classic available for $6 starting on Thursday.
If these two aren't the most hugged girls at PAX 2011, well, shame on all of you. Shame. But kudos to Good Old Games, for their clever casting, both eye-catching and well within the bounds of PAX's costumed booth-representative policy.
It takes an (admittedly self-serving) quote from an online retailer to say what every other industry executive must surely be thinking, but can never dare to say out loud.
The entire site of Good Old Games, the online seller of classic - and DRM-free - video games, has been taken offline and replaced with a message saying the service has been closed. Update: This is looking like a marketing move.
Today, Outcast was released on retro downloadable games service Good Old Games. It's only $6, so I'm going to recommend it to almost everyone. And not because it's a good game.
The grandfather of the physics-based puzzle genre has come home to roost, as co-creator Jeff Tunnell regains the rights to The Incredible Machine, repackaging and re-releasing the classic series on GoG.com.
CD Projekt's DRM-free classic PC game service GOG.com ditches class in favor of crass with the addition of Running With Scissors infamous Postal series.
The Wall Street Journal, well aware of the current state of economic affairs, ran a story today about all of the ways you can get a deal on video games.