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Longest Day Of #NoDRM Sale Round-Up | GOG.com | PC

Carl Phillips
ALL THE SAVINGS, GOG.com Summer Sale 2013, Sales

Longest Day Of #NoDRM Sale Round-Up | GOG.com | PC
Erm…. wow. We here at Dealspwn were only expecting a few select deals to look over today, but once again GOG.com have outdone themselves and given us a barrage of deals right to the face. You can find the entire list here which has something for all gaming tastes, and although we’ve already made note of the amazing deals for FTL and The Witcher 2, we thought we would round-up some of the other more note-worthy offering for you below, starting with…

Turn-Based Strategies Supreme | £8.06

Say goodbye to any idea of sleeping with this bundle. Fragile Alliance, Galactic Civilizations I: Ultimate Edition, Space Empires IV: Deluxe, Master Of Orion 1 + 2, Master of Magic, and the utterly superb Sid Meier’s Alpha Centauri are in this one.

Bullfrog Classics Bundle | £9.65

Oh boy, the nostalgia-to-pound ratio here is dangerously high here. Theme Hospital, Syndicate, Syndicate Wars, Populous 1 + 2 + The Beginning, Dungeon Keeper 1 + 2, and Magic Carpet 1 + 2 for all under a tenner.

Fez | £3.24

The indie darling gets bumped to a bargain price, and is certainly worth your attention.

Fair And Square Selection | £8.84

Included here are Deus Ex GOTY Edition and its sequel Invisible War, Thief Gold, Thief 2, Thief 3, and the criminally underrated RPG Anachronox. Yes, you’ll also have to own Daikatana too, but it’s a price worth paying for this bundle.

Hotline Miami | £2.17

For less than the price of a pint you can have a pixelated hot mess on your hands.

Honorable mentions: Strike Suit Zero, Slender: The Arrival, Kain and Raziel Saga, Library Of Myst, Alan Wake Bundle.

Add a comment5 comments
Tsung  Jun. 21, 2013 at 15:20

Damm you, getting me all excited by saying Theme Park.. When what you meant to say was Theme Hospital :(

CarlPhillips  Jun. 21, 2013 at 15:43

Ugh, you are correct :( I blame the number of ridiculous deals utterly warping my brain. Edited, cheers for the heads-up!

Crazy Jamie  Jun. 22, 2013 at 09:56

GOG is swiftly becoming more dangerous than Steam for me. I have now learned not to splash out in Steam sales just because the games are cheap, mainly because I haven't played over 50% of the games that I own. But GOG is still drawing me in over and over again, with superb games from my youth that I buy but play fleetingly at best. I mean seriously, I bought the Dungeons and Dragons collection last time around. I don't have nearly as much time to play games nowadays as I did when these games came out, so on what planet do I think that I'm going to have the time to even make a dent in that collection?

It's now taken all of my efforts to not buy the Bullfrog bundle, but I think I've succeeded. Baby steps and all that.

Late  Jun. 22, 2013 at 18:41

Proud of you, Jamie!

MattGardner  Jun. 22, 2013 at 19:22

Whatever you do, don't GOG drunk. Trust me on this.

Although saying that, you'll wake up hungover in a comfy warm bed made of nostalgia and memories, so that's pretty awesome.


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