GOG.com, the DRM-Free digital distributor with the best games in history for PC and Mac, is starting of 2014 with a look back at where they've come from. In a 10-minute video starring company co-founder Marcin Iwinski, early hire (and Creative Director) Piotr Karwowski, and Managing Director Guillaume Rambourg, the company explores the early days of the service, looks at where it stands right now, and talks a little about what they're planning for the future of the service.
In the video, they share some big numbers about how GOG.com has grown. With 18 million free games given away to more than 50 million gamers who have visited GOG.com over the years and more than 360 million hours worth of gameplay downloaded from the service, it's clear that the last 5 years have brought the service to millions of gamers who enjoy classic and new games on Windows and Mac platforms all over the world.
While GOG.com can't go into too much detail about the future of the service, they definitely re-affirm their commitment to staying 100% DRM-free for as long as they are in business, and they give some hints about what is to come. Watch the video for the above facts and more, at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iNORr7t5st4.
GOG.com is a store that sells games for download. With more than 600 games in its catalog and 150+ partners, they have games from every big studio you’ve ever heard of--Interplay, Ubisoft, Electronic Arts--and games from indie studios that produce brilliant games in obscurity. Formerly known as Good Old Games, GOG.com has games from as far back as 1981 and as recently as yesterday. With the best games in history for PC and Mac, GOG.com has grown to be the #2 independent digital distributor on the 'Net.