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GOG.com is having a sale on bundles and I must say I haven’t been this excited for a sale in a long, long time. The sale which lasts until 19th April will add 4 new bundles to the sale every 24 hours, making a whole lot of games purchasable for very cheaply.

Each bundle contains a random amount of games (currently the smallest bundle is 3 games and the largest is 10) which can be purchased together at a huge discount of up to 85% or can still be purchased separately but at a slightly higher sale price for each item.

The first set of bundles which were released today contains 4 great groups of games to enjoy:

Hasbro D&D Immortals Bundle:  $21.10

Planescape: Torment, Neverwinter Nights Diamond, Neverwinter Nights 2 Complete, Baldur’s Gate: The Original Saga, Baldur’s Gate 2 Complete, Icewind Dale Complete, The Temple of Elemental Evil, Dungeon’s and Dragon’s: Dragonshard and Forgotten Realms: Demon Stone.

Hasbro D&D Bundle

Divine Trinity Bundle: $6.37

Divine Divinity, Beyond Divinity and Divinity 2: Developer’s Cut.

Divinity bundle

 

LucasFilm Adventures Bundle: $6.57

Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis, The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition and Sam and Max Hit the Road.

LucasFilm Adventures bundle

Broken Sword Saga Bundle: $13.20

Broken Sword: Director’s Cut, Broken Sword 2: Remastered, Broken Sword 3: The Sleeping Dragon, Broken Sword 4: The Angel of Death (The Secrets of the Ark), and Broken Sword 5 – The Serpent’s Curse.

Broken Sword Saga Bundle

GOG.com, formerly called Good Old Games, specializes in old school games so most of the games in these bundles appeared more than 10 years ago. But there are a couple more modern games thrown into the mix with 2013 being the latest date of release of any games in this current set of bundles.

As there are new bundles added to the sale every 24 hours, GOG.com recommends checking the website everyday to see what they have on offer. They also boast a mystery final offer being made available to gamers on the final day of the sale.

What do you think of the GOG.com Bundle Sale? Are there any games you want to pick up?


Georgina Young

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British girl, currently in Japan. Surviving on a diet of retro games. Worshiping the god that is the Sega Megadrive. I like Nintendo.



  • cptk

    GOG’s catalogue is old and static. Most of the ‘good old games’ I already own and the new ones I’ve bought on Steam months if not years earlier for GOG’s sale price.
    I’m still bitter that they stopped giving alternative games to people who already own things that had become free, e.g. the Fallout debacle.
    They send a clear message, don’t buy as they might give it away for free and it’s a lession I’ve learnt well 🙂

  • Too bad the LucasArts pack has the special edition monkey island and not the original running in ScummVM. The other two games support Linux because of ScummVM, but Monkey Island doesn’t.

  • cypher20

    I love GOG.com but have to say that most of the old games I’ve bought from them I’ve had a hard time getting back into. It is amazing how far games have come not just in graphics but even in UI and control schemes. It depends on the kind of person you are but I just have had a tough time getting back into older games where there are so many good newer ones out. Which I feel terrible about because I love what GOG.com is doing and their policies (re: DRM, etc) are some of the best in the business so I really feel they deserve the support. Maybe they’ll come out with a Star Wars bundle? I might buy it just to support them even if I never get around to playing the games.

  • Alex

    GoG.com for the win 😀