Hot on the heels of E3, GOG.com have started their own summer sale across their library of PC games both old and recent. Best of all, these games are DRM-free, meaning that you can put them on as many computers as you want.
To give you an idea, the majority of their catalogue has been discounted by at least 50% and some games have been discounted by as much as 90%. Long story short, there are some great deals to be had right now. There will be some flash deals which will come and go pretty quickly, so if you see a game you like at a good price, then jump on it.
Personally, I am going to make sure that I buy Unreal Tournament (Game of The Year Edition). I am really into first-person shooters at the moment. Since the new unreal tournament is being developed, I want to polish up on my shooting skills a little so I am going to use this game and Unreal Tournament 2004. There were also a lot of cool mods available for both of them. I’m also going to be picking up Far Cry as well.
In case if you are unfamiliar with GOG.com (previously known as good old games), they were a site that originally specialized in older PC games such as the original Unreal Tournament and Duke Nukem 3D(originally an MS-DOS game). These games are sold free of DRM(so you can put them on as many computers as you wish) and some of them even work on Macs as well. Once you sign up for an account with them, you will then be able to pay for and download these games. To get you started, they give you a couple of DRM-free games for free. Long story short, it’s essentially like the Steam store in a lot of ways.
What games will you be picking up? let me know in the comments.