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What is GOG.com?
It was once "Good Old Games.com." No more. GOG.com is a digital PC game distribution service that sells mostly old games but also some new games. It is run by CD Projekt, the guys who made The Witcher and The Witcher 2. GOG.com's main draws:
Cheap prices, with parity for international customers so they don't pay more like they do on Steam
Extras for each game, like manuals, wallpapers, soundtracks, maps, etc.
Generally comprehensive forums that tell you what fan patches and mods to download.
Classics from every generation of PC gaming: Wing Commander, Dungeon Keeper, Baldur's Gate, Planescape: Torment, Masters of Magic, Fallout, Heroes of Might and Magic, Sacrifice, Descent...
Download your games anywhere, any time, and install them as many times as you want
Horrific PR people that love teasing us with "guess what's coming in a week?" stuff
Sometimes they give away free games, like Fallout!
What are some of the games on GOG.com?
I'm glad you asked: