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Submitted by RobotGeeker 900d ago | news

Good Old Games Overhaul Promises Bright Future

With DRM free games, no screwy currency conversion rates and quality customer support what more could gamers ask of Good Old Games.com? How about a fresh coat of paint, a new faster game/content downloader, 20 new indie games being featured on the website as well as keeping fans up-to-date with all GOG news using social media. (PC)

Voxelman  +   900d ago
gog is great and getting better
HammockGames  +   900d ago
Yeah, loads of great games and they're always looking to add more.

I'm hoping that System Shock 2 and Grim Fandango get added someday.

By all means add your request for these games (or others you'd like to see) to the community wishlist:
http://www.gog.com/wishlist
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hano  +   900d ago
Yeah, they're great, they should keep their focus on old games and add the new games to the service as well.

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