GOG.com, those Polish warriors of nostalgic gaming free of price discrimination and inconvenient copy-protection have something major to announce this week, and to capture our attention ahead of the big reveal, they've been releasing a series of oddball videos promoting their noble cause.
The three clips released so far extol the virtues of freedom of DRM, regional price parity and value-add purchases, all things that any respectable gamer -- or consumer of digital goods of any kind for that matter -- should be able to get behind. We particularly like the very subtle dig at Steam in the first video and the reminder that Australian's aren't alone in our battle for even price-points in the second.
We're not exactly sure what this touted "Newer, Fresher, Bigger" plan is, but based purely on our own speculation, (as much as we love the classic games catalogue) we're hoping those first two words indicate more new release games, like they have successfully demonstrated their capabilities of delivering with The Witcher 2.
Hit the links above to check out the videos and stay tuned on Wednesday (Tuesday 09:00 GMT) to find out exactly what GOG are cooking up.