The good people over at GOG are holding a weekly sale which sees many different types of games being offered at up to 90% off.

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The weekly sale, which is titled “Your Mileage May Vary”, offers discounts on “games in all shapes, sizes, and prices”; the theme this week is variety. The promo post for the sale itself highlights the critical and commercial curate’s egg Requiem: Avenging Angel, which is up for grabs for 75% off its usual asking price ($2.49 instead of $9.99). Requiem: Avenging Angel is a classic 90s FPS which sees players take control of Malachi, who leaves the realm of Heaven in order to avert the apocalypse on Earth. Slightly overshadowed by the release of Half-Life a year earlier, it’s still worth checking Requiem out (especially at that price).

If classic turn-of-the-century first-person shooters aren’t your bag, though, don’t despair. There’s plenty on offer for the adventure aficionado, such as lewd adventure game Ben There, Dan That! and its sequel Time, Gentlemen, Please!. Both games can be had together for just $1.24, a 75% discount from the usual asking price of $4.99. Puzzle junkies can get their fix with classic indie puzzler Q.U.B.E, as well as feted indie darling Braid. The former is up for 75% off at $2.49, while Braid can be yours for $3.09, 80% off its usual asking price of $15.49. Fans of more action-packed fare can whet their appetites with arcade shooter Aqua Kitty: Milk Mine Defender, up for grabs for $1.79 (70% off) or roguelite shooter Sublevel Zero Redux (50% off at $7.49).

There’s plenty of stuff we haven’t even touched on in the “Your Mileage May Vary” weekly sale, so head on over to GOG and see if anything takes your fancy. The sale ends on May 7th at 10pm UTC, so make sure you grab whatever you’re after before then.

What will you be grabbing from the GOG Weekly Sale? Will you be revisiting old classics, or grabbing something new for the first time? Let us know in the comments below!


Joe Allen

Staff Writer

Dark Souls changed my life, and I'm here to spread the good news. I like pretty much all sorts of games, but I judge everything by its proximity to our Lord and saviour, Dark Souls.