Good Old Games is a digital distribution store that specialises in releasing older PC games in a way that will run on modern systems. Since last week they have being releasing some old EA-published titles, starting with Dungeon Keeper 2. They got off on the wrong foot.
A newsletter sent to current Good Old Games customers today thanks people for being with them the past two years as the site went through beta and into its current format (and for sticking by them after their stupid marketing stunt). And what better way to show your thanks than a free game.
Good Old Games, purveyor of fine PC classics in cheap DRM free wrappings, may be looking to expand beyond their current PC catalogue. A recent sales email pitches this question at the bottom: Further expanding upon it in the forum post GoG stated “You can choose from: Amiga, Commodore 64, Sega Genesis (Megadrive), Sega Dreamcast,… Continue reading GOG Looking to Expand?
In a kind holiday gesture the folks behind Good Old Games are giving away a bundle of Tex Murphy 1 and 2, in all their 256 colour glory, for the low low price of free! Can’t say I’ve ever heard of either as they were released in 1989 and 1991 respectively but according to Wikipedia you… Continue reading GoG Passes on The Holiday Cheer