Popular games download service GOG.com has enjoyed a relaunch of sorts with its focus no longer on simply “good old games”.
Instead, the portal will now offer a mixture of old and new titles, though it stays true to its established principle of only selling titles without DRM.
“Newer means simply newer games, whether they’re big, recognized names, indie games, day-one releases, or pre-orders,” the site says. “We have more than 20 great indie and newer games signed on GOG.com that will be showing up in the next few months.
“These games lead the way on our the transition from Good Old Games to simply GOG.com. It doesn’t matter what G, O, and G stand for, Gee Oh Gee dot com stands for high-quality, DRM-free gaming, each week with bigger and newer games.”
“Don’t worry, no matter how new we’re getting, GOG.com will always stick to our three core values: No DRM, Fair Pricing, and Love for our GOG-ers. “