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2 years ago#1
http://www.gog.com/frontpage

The page has some issues loading right now, but yeah. These games are free.
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2 years ago#2
NO STEAM NO BUY


I'm just kidding. Put the torchforks down.
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2 years ago#3
I'm gonna share this with my friend, boo yah! Gog has the best christmas gifts.

But yep, I can't really click anything on gog right now without getting an overloaded servers error.
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2 years ago#4
The funniest thing about that nonsense is that you can add non-Steam games to steam by using a simple menu option within Steam. Certain games will even support the steam overlay. I was able to chat with my pals while attempting to play Witcher 2 up until I decided to remap my buttons and was not able to complete the quicktime events.
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2 years ago#5
This site is a ton of fun to navigate now :D
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2 years ago#6
This is pretty interesting. It looks like ZeniMax will be taking over classic Fallout publishing rights from Interplay starting 2014. Where it gets interesting is that they aren't letting GOG sell the games anymore once they take over. By giving away the games for free while GOG still has distribution rights they'll devalue the games when ZeniMax takes over. That definitely seems like GOG giving ZeniMax the middle finger.
2 years ago#7
already have all 3 on steam but getting them again as they are all great games
2 years ago#8
capgamer posted...
The funniest thing about that nonsense is that you can add non-Steam games to steam by using a simple menu option within Steam. Certain games will even support the steam overlay. I was able to chat with my pals while attempting to play Witcher 2 up until I decided to remap my buttons and was not able to complete the quicktime events.


It's not the same.
2 years ago#9
capgamer posted...
The funniest thing about that nonsense is that you can add non-Steam games to steam by using a simple menu option within Steam. Certain games will even support the steam overlay. I was able to chat with my pals while attempting to play Witcher 2 up until I decided to remap my buttons and was not able to complete the quicktime events.


That only works up until Steam is closed improperly. Then they all go poof and you need to add them again.
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2 years ago#10
Javelin posted...
NO STEAM NO BUY


I'm just kidding. Put the torchforks down.


Did you just combine torches and pitchforks into some kind of riot super weapon?
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