Gog.com knows that school is out and so they’re slashing prices and, holy cow, just looking at the RPGs on sale is making me salivate a bit.
Here’s just the ones that are under five bucks:
Witcher 2: Enhanced Edition
Vampire: The Masquerade -- Bloodlines
Dragon Age: Origins -- Ultimate Edition
Neverwinter Nights -- Diamond Edition
Look at that. For 20 bucks, that’s 200+ hours of gaming right there.
The Adventure Games have Day of the Tentacle (remastered) and Grim Fandango (remastered) on sale for Five Bucks and Three Bucks, respectively, and I’m seeing old favorites like Freedom Force on sale for a BUCK FIFTY.
If you want something more recent, Shadowrun: Dragonfall (director’s cut) is on sale for three bucks and Pillars of Eternity: Hero Edition is on sale for 18 bucks. (That’s 80+ hours of gaming between those two.)
A lot of these games aren’t half as flashy as the newfangled ones the kids these days are playing, but the depth they dive into *MORE* than make up for it.
You need to check it out, if only to say “Oh! I remember that game! Holy cow, it’s only two dollars!”
So… what are you playing?
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