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Good Old Games closes, awaiting new form

Retro gaming digital download service Good Old Games has rather unceremoniously shut up shop for a while, while the team behind it rethink the site’s direction.

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fredrikpedersen2617d ago

How will I now aquire my SWEET ASS GOG ACTION?

(courtesy of EpicBattleAxe.com)

mrv3212617d ago

They should partner up with steam. You could in theory add steam achievements.

HeroXIV2617d ago

They really should. Gog did so much work making all titles compatible with vista/7 and it'd be a shame to let it all go to waste.

Red_Orange_Juice2617d ago (Edited 2617d ago )

it's a joke :) GOG.com will be back online in a few days :P

SilentNegotiator2617d ago (Edited 2617d ago )

Pirate Bay?

Oh what? It's not like the original creators were getting much money from GoG sales anyway (And when you include the fact that a lot of people change developers, perhaps nothing at all). And they don't give many other options.

JsonHenry2617d ago

D'oh! I was just thinking of buying Divinity 1 and 2, as well as Arcanum: Of Steamworks and Magick Obscura.

Letros2617d ago

Hope they work it all out, Gog.com is owned by CDProjekt creators of The Witcher 1/2, they will always have my support whatever they do, excellent company.

GrilledCheeseBook2617d ago

crappy publicity stunt

just exiting beta to final form

Cajun Chicken2617d ago

Holy crap. This does not bode well. Hmm. Wonder if this has ANYTHING to do with Beamdog?