Get 80% off on these GoG Games Today

You know what PC gamers love? DRM free games. You know what else they love? A bargain. That's why this latest batch of Good Old Games discounts are such good news. To celebrate the fifth birthday for the site, the guys behind GoG have made 25 games available for massive discounts in what it's calling the: High 5 Promo.

Pick 5 games and get 80% off on all of them.

That's all you have to do. It's a pretty simple setup. And it's running for the next five days, so you've got plenty of time to take GoG up on the offer.

But what about the games? What can you actually get for your 1/5th the price purchase?

  • Alan Wake/li>
  • Alan Wake’s American Nightmare
  • Amnesia: The Dark Descent
  • Anodyne
  • Blackwell Bundle
  • Cat Lady, The
  • Driftmoon
  • DYAD
  • Evoland
  • Lucius
  • Miasmata
  • Omerta: The City of Gangsters (inc. all DLC)
  • Penumbra Collection, The
  • Primordia
  • Puddle
  • Shattered Haven
  • Signal Ops
  • Slender: The Arrival
  • Stacking
  • Strike Suit Zero
  • Sword of the Stars: The Pit
  • Tiny and Big: Grandpa’s Leftovers
  • Torchlight
  • Waking Mars
  • Zafehouse: Diaries

Not a bad haul right? Which ones will you be getting?

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DRM hungry publishers

Unfortunately that is because of companies like EA, Activision, Ubisoft, ect. These companies have an IP they want to protect. But truth is it does a lot more harm than good and DRM can always (and usually is) cracked. So after spending all that money into R&D for new DRM strategies could instead be put into development of the game. Cold reality is that there will always be software pirating. Best way to combat it is to give a reason not to. DRM doesn't give that reason, infact it gives some very smart people a fun challenge, and legal action falls far short of having any real effect. Best thing we can do is vote with our dollars. Supporting we and DRM free kick starter projects and/or even platforms that have 'sane' DRM strategies (more or less) like Steam and Desura that don't demand holding your PC hostage just to use their software. That being said, I'm not a fan of Origin, only game I have on it is BF3 and I'm considering not purchasing BF4. EA is pulling an Activision out of there ass with the BF franchise now. and the year after we'll have BF5... any one remember the original BF games and BF2? why can't we just continue to do what we did with those games?

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