Play the allergies away with GOG’s Spring Sale

Spring is nearly here. The grass is growing, rain is falling, and the sales are starting. At least GOG's Spring Sale is, anyway. If you've somehow run out of games to play despite this ridiculously-full winter, GOG should have a few worthy deals for you to check out between now and Sunday, March 12.

Divinity: Original Sin

GOG is offering up over 500 deals, with some games sitting at up to 90% off their usual price. The sales list includes some big hitters like The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (Game of The Year Edition) and Dying Light, both going for $30. For under $10, you can pick up games like The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings, Dragon Age: Origins, and Deus Ex all in their "ultimate" editions. For a few dollars more, newer RPGs like Pillars of Eternity and Divinity: Original Sin are ripe for the picking. Other interesting offers include Brutal Legend, The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, and Lichdom: Battlemage.

GOG grouped many games of them into loosely-organized collections like "Games with Wacky Weapons," "Role Playing Games – Our Favorites," and "Games for Foodies." The latter, as you might hope, includes the first two seasons of Telltale's Walking Dead games and Dead State: Reanimated. Although GOG suggests that you buy all the games in a pack at once, the big discounts still apply to individual titles.

The sale is going through this Sunday so you still have a few days to check it out on GOG.com.

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    • jessterman21
    • 3 years ago

    Brothers is $2.50, Broforce is $3.74, and Darksiders is $5. I heartily recommend if you have a controller.

    The Crysis 1 and Metro Redux games are $5 each. Definitely worth the price.

    • Platedslicer
    • 3 years ago

    Pillars of Eternity wasn’t bad, the main story and the companion arcs were pretty good. But I thought it didn’t live up to the likes of New Vegas. It was too short, the background world-building was “meh” at best, and the dialogues were hit-and-miss. And there were lots of features like pets and crafting and backer stories that I found to be annoying distractions, instead of useful or interesting.

    All those things made me hold back from funding the sequel. I hope it comes out all right, and I’ll buy it if it does. But the fact that they were doing the whole “make your own NPC!” and other gimmicky tier rewards that impact the gameplay experience made me lose my appetite.

    If you ask me, the Numenera people did the right thing, though in the wrong way, by throwing out all the trash they’d promised and focusing on making a superb story.

    • NTMBK
    • 3 years ago

    I would heartily recommend the Blackwell Bundle.

      • PrincipalSkinner
      • 3 years ago

      Dying Light was unexpectedly fun. Parkour and zombies. What a combo.

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