Warsaw, Poland– December 21– Still busy giving away the Tex Murphy 1+2 bundle for free to every registered user, GOG.com ( http://www.gog.com) is continuing its seasonal celebration with the launch of a bargain-filled Holiday Sale. From today until January 3, GOG.com offers up to 40% off nearly every game in its catalogue.
Among 171 discounted titles gamers will find Fallout, Duke Nukem 3D and Freespace 2 for $3.98 each, Beyond Good&Evil™ and Heroes of Might and Magic® 3 for $7.49, Jagged Alliance 2 and Sacred Gold for $5.99 and many, many more. The full list of games with discounts, along with recommendations from the GOG.com team, can be found on the promo page found at http://www.gog.com/en/page/xmas09.
“2009 has been an amazing year for GOG.com, during which we’ve expanded our catalogue to more than 170 games and brought in lots of new users from around the world,” said Adam Oldakowski, Managing Director of GOG.com.“This Holiday Sale– along with the free Tex Murphy 1+2 giveaway that’s still going until December 24– is a way for us to give back to the loyal fans that have made our site such a success. It’s a great opportunity for them to grab the games they have on their wish-lists and to clear their gaming backlog in advance of 2010, when we’ll have lots of amazing announcements that will further cement GOG.com’s position as the best place to get classic PC games.”
The Holiday Sale is on until Sunday, January 3 at 11:59 p.m. EDT, and includes all games from GOG.com catalogue excluding those released in December. Discounts vary from 25% up to 40% off for a game.
GOG.com– or Good Old Games– is the ultimate destination for classic PC games. Leading the DRM-free digital-distribution revolution, the site offers more than 170 of the greatest PC games of all time at low prices and free from intrusive copy protection. GOG.com is much more than just another digital distribution site, featuring an extensive community component that allows players to rate, review and discuss their favorite PC games, as well as insightful articles from respected games journalists. Visit www.gog.com and start your journey to the past.