Monthly Archives: December 2019

As our Winter Sale goes full speed, new games are joining in.

As of today, Activision’s titles are also available with discounts. The same goes for some best-selling games from other studios. Let’s see a few new entries into our Winter Sale:

Disco Elysium (-20%) is a thought-provoking RPG which totally changed the genre. A great choice if you want to enter the new year in a pensive mood.

Cuphead (-30%) is an action-adventure platformer inspired by 1930s animated movies. With it, the entry into 2020 will be filled with joy and bursts of laughter.

Vampire®: The Masquerade – Bloodlines™ (-50%) is an epic RPG for horror fans set in the modern-day Los Angeles, where immortals fight for power.

Of course, that’s not all. See other games included in GOG.COM’s Winter Sale which will end on 2nd January 2020, at 2 PM UTC.

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In this RPG your hero develops in… quite a surprising way.

Din’s Legacy from Soldak Entertainment is an action RPG set in a fantasy world. As a member of the Mutated race, we must fulfil assignments given to us by the trickster god Din. Along with our progress, the character we play mutates for the better or worse.

The game is available on GOG.COM with a 25% discount that lasts until 2nd January 2020, 2 PM UTC.

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It remains one of the best adventure games of all time, yet due to the lack of a digital version, Blade Runner from Westwood Studios slowly faded into oblivion for years. Until now. Thanks to the hard work of devoted fans and GOG.COM, the game is making a big comeback on modern PCs.

Los Angeles. November, 2019

The original Blade Runner movie from 1982 is without a doubt an all-time sci-fi classic. It took director Ridley Scott over two years and a lot of trouble to make the film based on Philip K. Dick’s novel “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?”. The final result was breathtaking. Syd Mead’s futuristic design, a score composed by Vangelis, and performances from actors Harrison Ford, Sean Young, and Rutger Hauer all combined to make the film a timeless masterpiece.

Police detective Rick Deckard’s hunt for android replicants posing as human beings was viewed by some as a sci-fi version of a noir crime story. But at the same time, the film’s plot reflected contemporary concerns about the quick development of computers and artificial intelligence. For the rising number of video gamers, those same concerns were actually what made Blade Runner a symbol of the new digital era.

Memories! You’re talking about memories!

The first Blade Runner game adaptation was released on the ZX Spectrum in 1985. It didn’t get much attention, but as they say – the first pancake is always spoiled. The release of the film’s director’s cut in 1992 renewed people’s interest in making a new, proper video game adaptation. By that time, the initiative even had legal representation – called the Blade Runner Partnership. One question remained, however – who would accept the challenge of adapting such a cult movie?

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Even the farthest boundaries of the dark humor in video games will soon be pushed. A game in development, POSTAL 4: No Regerts, is now available on GOG.COM with a 20% discount until 2nd January 2020, 2 PM UTC.

This satirical open-world first-person shooter is a long-awaited true sequel to what’s been dubbed as “The Worst Game Ever”. That’s why it’s no surprise that POSTAL 2 is now available for free on GOG.COM, until 18th December 2019, 2 PM UTC. From now on you can also get the first part of the POSTAL series for free on GOG.COM, this time permanently.

Note: This game is currently in development. See the FAQ to learn more about games in development, and check out the forums to find more information and to stay in touch with the community.

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