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GOG offering up to 90 percent off on 25 games

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 17 Mar 2014 23:00

GOG offering up to 90 percent off on 25 games Online DRM-free PC game store Good Old Games (GOG) has started their annual "Luck of the Irish" sale, dropping the price of 25 games by up to 90 percent.
The sale, which started today for St. Patrick's Day, will conclude on March 21st.

All the games are priced between $2 and $4, and the most popular as of writing are Alan Wake, Hotline Miami, Fez and Deponia, all of which are $2 or $3.

To be able to take advantage of the sale you will need to pick 5 games and if you choose "Pot of Gold" for an extra $2 the company will include a game not included in the standard list at random.

If you choose to buy all the game available, the price is $65, 83 percent off the retail price of $379.75.

Check the sale here.

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