Sunday, April 16th 2017

GOG Holds Massive Sale with Over 150 Titles

Digital distribution platform GOG has announced their 'Most Wanted Sale' with over 150 of the most wishlisted titles and discounts up to 85%. So odds are that you probably find a game that is of your liking. For example, you can grab the entire Witcher trilogy for less than $17 or the Baldur's Gate series for under $6. Other sought-after games include Divinity: Original Sin 2, SOMA, Shadow Warrior 2, the S.T.A.L.K.E.R. series, and many more. The massive sale is live and will be up from now until April 23.
Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition - $2.79 (75% Off)
Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition - $2.79 (75% Off)
Divinity: Original Sin 2 - $23.19 (15% Off)
Shadow Warrior 2 - $10.99 (50% Off)
SOMA - $5.99 (80% Off)
The Witcher: Enhanced Edition - $1.49 (85% Off)
The Witcher 2: Assassins Of Kings - Enhanced Edition - $2.99 (85% Off)
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Game of the Year Edition - $11.99 (60% Off)
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14 Comments on GOG Holds Massive Sale with Over 150 Titles

#1
Vayra86
WOW. Grim Dawn in there for 3.89.... if you haven't got that yet, go get it. Well worth

Just like 90% of the rest I've seen :D
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HTC
Vayra86 said:
WOW. Grim Dawn in there for 3.89.... if you haven't got that yet, go get it. Well worth

Just like 90% of the rest I've seen :D
3.89? It shows 7.59€ for me: still a massive discount, though :D



Agreed: good game, specially @ that price.
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#3
jmcslob
Roller coaster Tycoon 2 for my daughter
and
The Witcher 2 for me.
Nice sale
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#4
cucker tarlson
Get Shadow Warrior 2 if you haven't played that yet.
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#5
bug
Vayra86 said:
WOW. Grim Dawn in there for 3.89.... if you haven't got that yet, go get it. Well worth

Just like 90% of the rest I've seen :D
Idk, I never got into GD. Felt like TQ without the lore and with pretty crappy balance. I mean, I had no problem gearing up to farm Hydra, but burst damage is out of control in GD. Still, I got the game, I even paid for Crucible (but never touched it), but I never had the feeling it measures up to TQ.
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bug said:
Idk, I never got into GD. Felt like TQ without the lore and with pretty crappy balance. I mean, I had no problem gearing up to farm Hydra, but burst damage is out of control in GD. Still, I got the game, I even paid for Crucible (but never touched it), but I never had the feeling it measures up to TQ.
It may be that the learning curve is a bit steeper then ... say ... Diablo 3. Can't speak for TQ since i've never played it.

My 1st few chars were all over the place in terms of dmg and protection: they didn't rely on a specific dmg type which meant their dmg was quite low and they were quite glass cannon. Since then, i've learned how to optimize my build and have been able to clear most content on ultimate, with exception of a few nemesis (to which i often have trouble: Grava, for example) and celestials: still haven't been able to kill Mog and Ravager on elite, let alone ultimate.

Once you learn how to optimize the build, most times you'll have no problems: unless ofc RNG decides to screw you over ...

Here's my current build: managed to beat Gladiator Crucible 150 with it a few times.
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#7
lexluthermiester
Good to see GOG getting some love from TPU. :toast::clap::lovetpu:

The very excellent Torchlight's, 1 & 2, are in this sale also for $5 each, worth every penny!
As was mentioned above, the Rollercoaster Tycoons are in the sale as well. 3 wasn't so great, but RCT 1 & 2 should not be missed and include all of the expansion packs for each!
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#8
Fatalfury
Eevry Game series was much cheaper... in Steam during Sale

Buy in steam Guys...when it is on sale
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#9
lexluthermiester
Fatalfury said:
Buy in steam Guys...when it is on sale
Except with Steam you have to deal with the Steam client and a lot of DRM. No thank you! GOG is better.
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cucker tarlson
lexluthermiester said:
Except with Steam you have to deal with the Steam client and a lot of DRM. No thank you! GOG is better.
But you can backup.
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lexluthermiester
cucker tarlson said:
But you can backup.
You can do that with GOG games as well. They are totally DRM/Copy protection free. You can back them up til your heart's content.
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#12
cucker tarlson
Haven't played gog games in a while, there wasn't a backup option last year.
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#13
pigulici
cucker tarlson said:
Haven't played gog games in a while, there wasn't a backup option last year.
It was and it is, manually download the installer, and keep it on a external hdd.
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#14
bug
HTC said:
It may be that the learning curve is a bit steeper then ... say ... Diablo 3. Can't speak for TQ since i've never played it.

My 1st few chars were all over the place in terms of dmg and protection: they didn't rely on a specific dmg type which meant their dmg was quite low and they were quite glass cannon. Since then, i've learned how to optimize my build and have been able to clear most content on ultimate, with exception of a few nemesis (to which i often have trouble: Grava, for example) and celestials: still haven't been able to kill Mog and Ravager on elite, let alone ultimate.

Once you learn how to optimize the build, most times you'll have no problems: unless ofc RNG decides to screw you over ...

Here's my current build: managed to beat Gladiator Crucible 150 with it a few times.
Back when I played the game, optimize meant to stack as many debuffs as you can (I still couldn't tell you the differences between the 3 types of reductions otoh). And I did just fine. But I got bored. Idk if it's because there are fewer available skill points compared to TQ or the skill trees are too complicated, but it just didn't suck me in the way TQ did.

Also, I don't regret the money I spent (I pre-ordered this, which I almost never do), the game is well worth a try.
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