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Corpse Party arrives on Steam in North America

by Charlie Grammeron April 25, 2016
XSEED Games was thrilled to announce that the much-lauded cult classic horror adventure, Corpse Party, has arrived for Windows PC via Steam, GOG.com, and the Humble Store with exclusive content and features. This title, originally developed by Team GrisGris as an independent title, is a chilling visual-novel style experience where each step can be your last. The […]

Corpse Party heads to 3DS and PC

by Charlie Grammeron April 14, 2016
XSEED Games was excited to reveal plans to release new versions of the horror adventure game, Corpse Party, for both Nintendo 3DS and Windows PC. Both versions will contain exclusive content never before seen outside of Japan. This summer, Corpse Party will be receiving a limited “Back to School Edition” physical release for the Nintendo 3DS. This special […]

More Than 700 Games Discounted on GOG

by Tatiana Dinuon June 3, 2015
Starting with today, and for another 18 days, GOG.com is holding its DRM-free summer sale. More than seven hundred games are being discounted. The prices are reduced up to 90%, and the summer sale will end on June 21st. The offers will be chanced every 12 hours, which means that more than 100 games will be discounted […]

Gurumin: A Monstrous Adventure arrives on PC with a 10% discount for Steam and GOG

by Charlie Grammeron March 31, 2015
Game publisher Mastiff was thrilled to release Nihon Falcom’s beautiful 3D action role-playing game, Gurumin: A Monstrous Adventure for PC via Steam, GOG.com, and other digital download services. Set at a price tag of $9.99, gamers who adopt the game early will be able to get 10% off the regular price at Steam and GOG.com. […]

GOG.com brings back flash sale games in Big Fall Sale finale

by Charlie Grammeron November 21, 2014
Gamers who are constantly looking for a deal may want to take note: GOG.com will soon be wrapping up its 2014 DRM-free Big Fall Sale. They won’t be going down with a whimper, however, having decided to wrap things up with a bang. Today they’ve revealed that every single game that has been featured in […]

GOG.com’s Insomnia sale kicks off

by Charlie Grammeron May 12, 2014
This year’s Spring Insomnia Sale from GOG.com has officially launched, and gamers are flocking to the site to buy up all the deals it is offering. For those unaware, this sale features titles at up to 90% off (I’m currently looking at Alan Wake as I type this, which is a mere $5.99 right now, […]

GOG.com founder and veteran employees to host Live Community Q&A on Twitch

by Charlie Grammeron April 15, 2014
As they had promised last month to their users, Marcin Iwinski, the founder of GOG.com, Trevor Longino, the head of PR and marketing, and Piotr Karwowski, the VP of online technologies, will be answering community questions during a livestreamed Q&A that will be posted on the company’s Twitch.tv channel. The employees in charge of this […]

Humble Open Source Bundle goes live

by Charlie Grammeron March 27, 2014
The newest Humble Weekly Sale is chock full of open source projects. No matter what you decide to pay you’ll be guaranteed the high school-themed fantasy game, Magical Diary, as well as a post-apocalyptic turn-based adventure game, NEO Scavenger. The latter is an early access game. That’s not all, however, as you’ll also be picking up […]

Gog.com gives away Dungeon Keeper Gold for 48 hours

by Charlie Grammeron February 14, 2014
If you’re one of the gamers that despises the recently released Dungeon Keeper Mobile, the free-to-play version of the game, then you may be happy to hear that the folks over at Gog.com have decided to give away free copies of Dungeon Keeper Gold for 48 hours starting on today, Valentine’s Day. Gog.com’s official promotion announcement states, […]

Octodad launch trailer revealed

by Charlie Grammeron January 16, 2014
Octodad is an odd octopus/dad simulator that will be launching on Steam, the Humble Store, and GoG.com on January 30, 2014. Today the developers have released the following launch trailer:

Classic Fallout games pulled from online stores

by Charlie Grammeron January 3, 2014
Those who knew about (and hopefully took advantage of) the free deal from GOG last month were probably expecting this to happen eventually, but the three classic Fallout games, Fallout 1, Fallout 2, and Fallout Tactics were removed from online stores. For those wondering what, exactly happened, and why they were pulled, we have to […]