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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:39am 03/03/15 | 2 Comments
Good Old Games' Insomnia promo is awake and well, offering up a huge number of games (both old and new) across a limited spans of hours at large discounted rates, but with some rules.

I'll just let GOG.com explain:
All sales are offered in limited quantities, and the number of copies remaining is labeled with a huge counter. Only one game from either pool of games can be on sale at one time. But once a game sells out, another will immediately take its place so that two are always available. If you missed your chance, fear not but keep your eyes open! Your favorite game will probably be back. Insomnia mercilessly goes on, day and night, until every single unit is gone like a carousel of deals. You might even have a chance to get a free game, if you're lucky that is.

The promo will feature 150+ great games, all up to 90% off, including the highest discounts ever available on big names like Wasteland 2, Legend of Grimrock 2, Star Wars™: X-Wing, and The Vanishing of Ethan Carter . As usual, gamers can also expect Insomnia-low prices on countless classics including Jade Empire, Unreal Gold, Arcanum: Of Steamworks and Magick Obscura.

It's dangerous to go alone! GOG.com is also organising a constant 96-hour broadcast on Twitch.tv/gogcom, where community streamers and GOG.com staff will be playing games day and night. Best. Sleepover. Ever.
So yeah, there you have it. Simple. Right?

It's on now, so get in there.

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Posted 10:16pm 04/3/15
I'd be more inclined to buy their games if they released some sort of GOG client to play them with. It just doesn't feel right buying games any other way to me.
Posted 10:34pm 04/3/15
The kind of have that with teh GOG.com Downloader mode, its not like steam or origin or uplay or what ever else as its purely a downloader for games (I'm also not sure if all games support it).
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