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Steve Farrelly
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And by abound, we mean GOG.COM wants you involved in helping shape their monumental achievement of going strong and independent for a decade, by voting on the game that will highlight their Anniversary Giveaway, the winner of which will be available for free from October 4, for 48 hours.

You can cast your vote here for one of these three titles: Firewatch, Shadow Warrior 2 and SUPERHOT.

They've also put together three Anniversary Collections highlighted below:
  • The Timeless Essentials is all about the legends: Theme Hospital, Dungeon Keeper 2, System Shock 2, and Another World all for 5 USD.
  • The Art of Aging Gracefully collection features the unmissable Owlboy, Homeworld Remastered and Dragon Age: Origins at 10 USD.
  • Last but far from least it's The Modern Classics collection, set at 25 USD it will get you Kingdom Come: Deliverance, Battle Chasers: Nightwar, and Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun.
  • The team has also revamped the store with an all-new look, better discoverability and have even resurrected a game that is now exclusively available only on GOG.COM.
    To mark the 10th Anniversary we're bringing DRM-freedom to Stellaris together with Paradox Entertainment. We've also restored Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine for the fortune and glory – it’s now available only on GOG.COM.

    This week’s celebrations are also a perfect time to introduce some pretty big changes to the store — it's a visual overhaul that's looking very spiffy, but also an upgrade to how you'll discover the best of the best. Every single game will have more room to shine, and information that's important to you will be accessible at a hover and a glance. The review system will become more robust as well, offering better insight into what other members of the community are thinking.
    The team has also put together a trip down memory lane looking back at the genesis of GOG.COM which you can check out here.

    Congrats to the team for being stalwart in their DRM-free messaging, their service to gamers and for letting us and many other help support their decade of success.

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