Monthly Archives: March 2020

Test your skills in a tycoon management game about founding a robot manufacturing empire. Good Company is now available as the title in development on GOG.COM. Grow your business, hire staff, modernize production lines, and invent new products and profit in an ever-evolving market.

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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The next chapter in the X4: Foundations story is now available DRM-free on GOG.COM. X4: Split Vendetta greatly increases the size of the universe of the base game and introduces two new Split family clans along with their economy, new ships, weapons, and station modules.

To add more flavor to the game, until 7th April, 2 PM UTC, X4: Split Vendetta soundtrack is available on GOG.COM with a special 10% discount.

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In this brand new DLC for Imperator: Rome, you can relive the time of Greek cities defying empires. Imperator: Rome – Magna Graecia Content Pack is now available DRM-free on GOG.COM. With it, all fans of the strategic game from Paradox Interactive will receive new missions to play, deities to worship, and sacred treasures to collect.

On the occasion of DLC’s release, we give you a special set of discounts on other Imperator: Rome titles, lasting until 3rd April, 9:59 PM UTC.

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Brave, inspirational, and very engaging – indie titles are all that and more. That’s why the latest Weekly Sale on GOG.COM is dedicated to DRM-free games from studios that are usually small in scale but huge in terms of imagination. Here are some examples:

Darkest dungeon® (-70%) is a turn-based RPG about the psychological stresses of adventuring. Recruit, train, and lead a team of flawed heroes against unimaginable horrors.

Finding Paradise (-60%) is an enchanting adventure game about life and death. We follow two doctors traversing through a dying man’s memories to fulfill his last wish.

Pyre (-65%) is a beautiful party-based RPG in which you lead a band of exiles to freedom through ancient competitions spread across a vast, mystical purgatory.

This Weekly Sale will last until 6th April, 1 PM UTC.

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There are near-endless amounts of first-person shooters available on the market, but today we wanted to highlight one that is currently celebrating its 20th anniversary – Soldier of Fortune. Released in 2000 by Raven Software and Activision, the title was iconic, in part, due to its use of the GHOUL engine, which will dive into a bit later.

In Soldier of Fortune, you play as John Mullins, a mercenary that works for an organization known as “The Shop.” The Shop has tasked you and your partner, Aaron Parsons, with stopping a terrorist organization that has stolen a bunch of nukes. Your mission should you choose to accept it (and I mean, why wouldn’t you?!) is to keep these nukes from falling in the wrong hands as this organization attempts to sell the nuclear weapons.

The story is very basic, but let’s be honest, you’re here for the shooting and explosions. So let’s dive into more about that part of the iconic shooter.

Soldier of Fortune blends old-school and modern shooting titles into a fun experience

In Soldier of Fortune, you have a variety of weapons at your disposal that should help make dispatching foes easier. It also manages to blend classic shooting mechanics with more modern techniques, which is great for gamers that enjoy having different options or may want to replay the game in a new way.

You can peek around walls and be strategic or you can grab your trusty shotgun and go with a more run-and-gun approach The choice is yours. Depending on your difficulty selection (with the harder difficulties being extremely difficult), your approach to each situation may also change, again adding to the replayability of this title.

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There are just a few days left to join the Spring Sale on GOG.COM and 2500+ gaming deals with discounts up to 90% off. Start this year’s spring with some of the best games that we have brought together in colorful collections, publisher bundles, and freebies. Enjoy your games, and please stay safe at home!

This Spring Sale is a bit different as we have had to run it from our homes, as well. That is why along with great deals, we have also shared a selection of free games and goodies with you. In just 2 weeks, we passed a stunning 8 million redeems of free items given away! For the next 48 hours, you can still grab the Spring Sale Goodies Collection #2 giveaway with artbooks from Pathfinder: Kingmaker and Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun, soundtracks from Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition, wallpapers, and avatars from Frostpunk and Children of Morta. The giveaway ends on March 29th, 1 PM UTC.

As for the Spring Sale’s deals, among the top discounted games we have some fresh titles as well as many renowned classics. So, next to the hit RPGs like The Surge 2 (-45%) and Pathfinder: Kingmaker – Royal Edition (-50%) you can get the unforgettable The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Game of the Year Edition (-70%) and the original Diablo + Hellfire (-15%). In the strategy department, the futuristic BATTLETECH (-66%) goes hand in hand with the dark fantasy classic Warhammer: Mark of Chaos – Gold Edition (-10%).

The Spring Sale also includes fantastic adventure games, like Styx: Shards of Darkness (-60%) and Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice (-66%). Builder buffs and avid farmers will be captivated by games such as The Settlers: Rise of an Empire – Gold Edition (-50%) and Stardew …read more

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The finale of the Spring Sale on GOG.COM is near with more than 2,500 deals for you, as well as a few neat surprises. So, make sure to add some spring color to your day with plenty of fun titles. If you can’t make up your mind on which game to choose, we can help. Here are some recommendations from our team members, who currently play work from their home offices.

Action games

Say hello to Krzysztof and his faithful companion Nela. As you can see, the brave mutt is almost ready to leap at the opponents on the screen. With such a commendable warrior by your side, even finishing challenging games like Dishonored: Complete Collection (-60%) can be a piece of cake. Nela chooses action titles carefully but is ready to strike mercilessly when the occasion arises. This summer, she recommends chopping some enemies to pieces in Way of the Samurai 3 (-70%).

Adventure games

Finding clues in the woods is made easier with the assistance of a good sniffer dog. Our friend Ola knows the best methods, as she always takes her brave pupil Majki on long virtual adventures with games like Styx: Master of Shadows (-80%). The dog’s sense of smell, even by modest accounts, is over 10,000 times more acute than that of a human being. It’s no surprise that Ola loves to spend time on adventure games along with Majki. Right now, they recommend playing Sherlock Holmes and The Hound of The Baskervilles (-75%).

Builder games

All the engineers in the world are no match for a cat trying to fit his fluffy self into a box – bending every rule of mathematics to its will. Knowing this, our teammate Asia always keeps her cat Ryszard close by when playing builder games …read more

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Enter the magical world floating above the clouds that is being threatened by a menacing race of vampires. Ara Fell: Enhanced Edition is now available DRM-free on GOG.COM.

The game combines some of the best parts of Japanese-style roleplaying games with the fun elements of western RPGs. Moreover, Enhanced Edition brings a slew of new features like a revamped battle system, new character classes, skills, and additional side quests.

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