Posted Tue Jun 18, 2013 at 08:30 AM PDT by Brian Hoss
Some 500+ games 50% off as part of the 'NoDRM Summer Sale.'
The CD Project RED owned gog.com PC and Mac game distribution service is having a summer sale. The sale has been dubbed the '2013 #NoDRM Summer Sale' in reference to the sales platform's insistence on selling games that are free of intrusive DRM.
The site is offering 'Torchlight,' the popular and highly moddable 'Diablo' inspired dungeon-crawler for the low, low price of free until June 20th.
From gog.com, "The title says it all: to celebrate the beginning of our phenomenal 2013 #noDRM Summer Sale, we're giving away the hack-and-slash masterpiece Torchlight for absolutely free to all of our users, for both Windows and Mac. You have exactly 48 hours to grab your copy of that incredibly fun and addicting action-RPG, complete with a level editor and a sensational MP3 soundtrack. No strings attached, and--of course--absolutely #NoDRM!"
Other highlights of the sale include an 'Wide A. Wake' bundle of the two 'Alan Wake' games for $4.48, and the Definite Dungeons and Dragons bundle at 80% off. The Definitive Dungeons and Dragons bundle contains 'Planescape: Torment,' 'Baldur's Gate 1&2,' 'Icewind Dale 1&2,' 'Neverwinter Nights 1&2,' 'Temple of Elemental Evil,' 'Demon Stone,' and 'Drangonshard' for a sales price of $21.10.
Other titles of note in sale include 'Sid Meier's Alpha Centauri,' 'Dungeon Keeper 1&2,' 'The Witcher 1&2,' 'Duke Nukem 3D: Atomic Edition,' and 'Fallout 1&2' just to name a few.
Author: Brian Hoss
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