GOG.com Adds Permanent Series Bundle Discounts

GOG.com Adds Permanent Series Bundle Discounts

GOG.com Sam & Max Bundle

A new update to GOG.com's website has revised its gamecard layout, added DLC sorting, and more.

As a digital games distributor, GOG.com is already well-loved by fans and DRM-free proponents alike. True, its services aren't as robust or extensive as competitors like Steam, but as its latest website update shows, the company continues to make progress. Among the most recent changes are improved DLC sorting features, and gamecard revisions that better emphasize trailers and screenshots. By far, however, the most significant change is the addition of ongoing series bundle deals. GOG.com usually provided bundle deals as the occasional weekend or special-event discount, but these franchise-encompassing packages are now permanent features for the website going forward.

Over 80 bundles are currently available for purchase, including a 16% discount on the Neverwinter Nights games, 34% for Deus Ex and Invisible War, and a whopping 58% for the complete Sam & Max series. Each bundle is linked within individual game pages, allowing users to view all available entries series before tossing them wholesale into your cart. It's certainly a welcome addition to the website that's been a long time coming, although I have to admit it's not going to help trim down my gaming backlog anytime soon.

Source: GOG.com

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GOG bless Poland.

*checks the Wing Commander 1-2 collection*

Oh, sweet! They finally got around to adding all the expansions to those that REALLY made them great. Might just be going on a Wing Commander bender this summer... and buying me a decent joystick.

My first game from GOG was MoO 1+2 and I have been a fan of the site since. Simply the best digital distribution service in existence. If only it had more games from the 1995 to the 2003 period.

KillaBC:
My first game from GOG was MoO 1+2 and I have been a fan of the site since. Simply the best digital distribution service in existence. If only it had more games from the 1995 to the 2003 period.

Then you have to ask for this world.

<jaw contacts floor>

Do they ever stop being cool?

I was saving up so much money for my Russia trip... and they're going to take it all away... D:

GOG just keeps giving me reasons to love them more

& somehow people on the forums there still find things to whine about. Makes me sad panda

They're not really discounts if they're permanent are they?

That does it. From now on I'm replacing any instance of 'God' in my day-to-day parlance with 'GOG'.

Aeshi:
They're not really discounts if they're permanent are they?

Shush you! Party pooper. And anyway, buying certain games together for less than they would cost if bought separately.. sounds like a discount to me.

Aeshi:
They're not really discounts if they're permanent are they?

They're discounts because buying them separately still costs more.

So for example game A is $10 and game B is $10 but it's only $17 if you buy both. That's a discount.

 

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