Killing Time, 3DO FMV-FPS Arrives On GOG.com Along With Requiem: Avenging Angel

Killing Time

Way back in the day 3DO attempted to disrupt the market with expensive, high-quality, CD-ROM games featuring real actors. A lot of the games weren’t that great, but they were chock full of full-motion video sequences that really wowed a lot of people back then since most other games were reliant on 256-color, 16-bit graphics that paled in comparison. Some such games included games like Mad Dog McCree, Crime Patrol and Studio 3DO’s Killing Time. Continue reading “Killing Time, 3DO FMV-FPS Arrives On GOG.com Along With Requiem: Avenging Angel”

GOG.com Offers Over 25 Free Games As Part Of Spring Sale

GOG Free Games

Between now and March 30th, you’ll be able to download more than 25 free games being offered up over on the GOG.com store. Many of the games are classic titles from the yesteryears, including one of Epic Games’ iconic platformers from the early 1990s… Jill of the Jungle. Continue reading “GOG.com Offers Over 25 Free Games As Part Of Spring Sale”

SiN: Gold Re-Released On Steam And GOG With Uncensored Game Assets

SiN Gold

Nightdive Studios and Ritual Entertainment re-released the original SiN: Gold on Steam recently, and it’s also still available for purchase on GOG.com. Continue reading “SiN: Gold Re-Released On Steam And GOG With Uncensored Game Assets”

Anti-Consumer Devs Complain About GOG’s New Refund Policy

The Long Dark

GOG.com recently updated their refund policy to extend it to 30 days, enabling gamers more time to get a refund on products they purchased from the digital storefront. Not everyone was happy about giving customers more leeway to get a refund for a product they bought from the e-tailer, though, as some anti-consumer developers were quick to criticize GOG.com for not consulting with them on their business decision. Continue reading “Anti-Consumer Devs Complain About GOG’s New Refund Policy”

Darq DLC “The Tower” Will Be Free On March 6th, 2020

Unfold Games is keeping its word in that fans of Darq will gain free DLC throughout 2020, with the first being “The Tower.” Currently slated to drop on PC via Steam and GOG, the forthcoming expansion will go live on March 6th, 2020. Continue reading “Darq DLC “The Tower” Will Be Free On March 6th, 2020″

GOG Refund Policy Extended For Up To 30 Days

GOG Refund

GOG.com may have made some terrible mistakes in the past when it comes to bending the knee to outrage culture, but as far as customer policies are concerned they’re at least attempting to be consumer first. That was put on display recently with their updated refund policy, which has been extended to 30 days, even after you’ve downloaded and played the game. Continue reading “GOG Refund Policy Extended For Up To 30 Days”

Walking Simulators Are Discounted By 90% Off On GOG

The Park

I don’t play walking simulators. I don’t particularly like walking simulators. Only occasionally will we do walkthroughs for some walking simulators because sometimes they have puzzles, or locked doors, or inaccessible rooms, or areas and people may need a bit of help progressing through the game, but otherwise walking sims are really not my cup of tea. However, if for some reason you really do have a soft spot in that red squishy liquid factory you call a heart, there’s currently a sale going on right now at GOG.com for walking simulators, which are discounted by up to 90% off the normal price. Continue reading “Walking Simulators Are Discounted By 90% Off On GOG”

Darq To Gain Free DLC Later This Year

Unfold Games is looking to give gamers and fans alike a few DLCs that happen to be free sometime near the end of this year (2019). The puzzler-horror game that is available to pick up across Steam and GOG is currently on PC. Continue reading “Darq To Gain Free DLC Later This Year”

Disney’s Aladdin And The Lion King Delisted From GOG.com Via Publisher Request

Aladdin GOG

Two Disney titles have been removed from GOG.com, Disney’s Aladdin and Disney’s The Lion King. The classic 16-bit retro platformers are no longer available on the DRM-free digital distribution outlet. Continue reading “Disney’s Aladdin And The Lion King Delisted From GOG.com Via Publisher Request”

Victory Project Set To Release On GOG, Nutaku, Denpasoft After Being Banned From Steam

Victory Project

33Paradox’s Victory Project was one of the many all-ages games that were banned from Steam for completely ridiculous reasons. Valve used the “child exploitation” excuse to get the game off the platform, but wouldn’t and couldn’t explain what about Victory Project contained child exploitation. Well, the developers are receiving some form of vindication thanks to Sekai Project stepping in to publish the game on a number of other platforms later this year. Continue reading “Victory Project Set To Release On GOG, Nutaku, Denpasoft After Being Banned From Steam”

The Expression Amrilato Indefinitely Delayed On Steam, But It’s Available On GOG

The Expression Amrilato

[Update:] MangaGamer’s PR director John Pickett issued a statement clarifying further what the issue was that Valve had with The Expression Amrilato, saying…

“Valve’s claim that this title ‘sexualizes minors’ is quite frankly absurd and discriminatory. The Expression: Amrilato is an educational title and it has no sexual content. Period.”

 

“While we sincerely hope this isn’t the case, the only conclusion we can draw from the feedback we’ve been provided with is that Valve now considers chaste romance between two women inherently ‘sexual’ and thus inappropriate for all audiences outside an adult context. Despite our many attempts to reach out to them for clarity on their “anything that isn’t illegal or trolling” policy––neither of which apply to this title––Valve has resoundingly refused to provide any, so all we can do is express our concern over what this could mean for freedom of expression and the LGBT gaming community.”

The press notice also states that they had help from the official National Esperanto Association of Japan to supervise development and also offer free copies to educational institutions in order to further spread awareness of the Esperanto language.

[Original article:] MangaGamer had some good and bad news to share with loyal and longtime fans: The good news is that Sukero Sparo’s yuri visual novel The Expression Amrilato has launched on the MangaGamer store and on GOG.com. The bad news is that it’s been indefinitely delayed on Steam. Continue reading “The Expression Amrilato Indefinitely Delayed On Steam, But It’s Available On GOG”

All Telltale Games Will Be Removed From GOG.com On May 27th, 2019

Telltale Games

A member of the GOG.com team informed the community via the GOG forums that all of Telltale Games’ remaining titles on the storefront will be delisted and removed starting May 27th, 2019. If you already own the games you’ll still be able to play them, but if you don’t own the games you won’t be able to purchase or download them from the GOG.com store after May 27th. Continue reading “All Telltale Games Will Be Removed From GOG.com On May 27th, 2019”

Wizardry: Labyrinth Of Lost Souls Denied Release On GOG.com For Not Meeting Store Requirements

Wizardry Labyrinth of Lost Souls

XSeed Games revealed that Wizardry: Labyrinth of Lost Souls is coming to Steam and the Humble Store. The game was also supposed to launch DRM-free on GOG.com, but according to XSeed Games, the DRM-free storefront denied the release of the game. Continue reading “Wizardry: Labyrinth Of Lost Souls Denied Release On GOG.com For Not Meeting Store Requirements”

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