It's that time of the year again, this time with captivating accomplishments to lure you in. It's new bundles each day! Buy some and get some EXP. Get some EXP and get some extra games.
They also recently introduced new currencies, and two-factor security (at least I just noticed it), and last but not least, the ability to connect both Steam and GOG game libraries! As always there's plenty going on around there, and always plenty of games - more than I'll ever have time to play. I haven't bought any in a while now, but I think I might've been suckered in by this one. Here's the obligatory link.
Oh hey, GOG are having a thing /img/4/The-Sleep-Insomnia-Sale-I-Forgot-To-Post-About.png">again! It's a bundle of bundles. I probably won't buy any, but it's become a habit to post about these things. Check it out if you feel like checking out with some games!
A jocund flame swallows up the cold, cold streams of outside air. The holidays are coming, and everyone begins to feel a little more generous, a little more kind, and a little bit giddy. We're feeling it too, because this time around, winter came to GOG.com before it was cool...
...and so it begins! GOG's grand winter sale, conveniently timed for the most coldest, darkest, most depressing time of the year when you are at most in need of new pastimes, or if not, maybe just that accomplishing sense of material ownership that comes with owning said titles.
Basically, this is the best time of the year to sell! And the worst time to buy. I can't recall if there's been a winter sale like this before, but so far I am enjoying it. Maybe a bit too much.
As a very basic attempt at keeping at least you from buying things you don't need, and since their Fall has just barely passed, I won't post a link this time. But JSYK: It's on.