Good Old Games: DRM-free Games on the Cheap
Article by George Norman
On 31 Mar 2009
Some games were incredibly good when they first came out and consequently we played the heck out of them. Now that time has passed the games are not as readily available as they used to be, leaving us with the urge to once again play them, but no fast and cost-effective means of getting them. Good Old Games come to satisfy that urge of yours by providing a large offering of some of the most popular games of days gone by – so that you do not have to go hunting for your favorite games in some electronic retailer’s discount bins. All you have to do is visit the Good Old Games home page, set up an account, purchase and download any game you wish – prices vary from $6 to $10.

“GOG.com offers you critically acclaimed games from major publishers in every genre. Don’t let your kids mock the graphics; remind them that the classics never go out of style, unlike their totally wicked haircut. For less than the cost of a lunch at some lousy diner you can own some of the greatest games of all time. No matter how big the file is and how successful the game was, you’ll leave the table satisfied that you got a great deal for your money. As an added bonus, our house specialties won’t make you sick,” says Good Old Games.

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The cheapest game that you can purchase will set you back $6, while the most expensive game will come with a price tag of $10. All the games are compatible with the Windows XP and windows Vista operating systems, come with no DRM *digital rights management), and have worldwide availability, meaning that you can purchase the games no matter where in the world you live. For each purchase you get from Good Old Games you get free materials for free: game guides, walkthroughs, MP3 game soundtracks, wallpapers, and so on.

“You won't find any intrusive copy protection in our games; we hate draconian DRM schemes just as much as you do, so at GOG.com you don't just buy the game, you actually own it,” says Good Old Games. “Once you download a game, you can install it on any PC and re-download it whenever you want, as many times as you need, and you can play it without an internet connection. We believe that all gamers around the world should be treated equally. Therefore GOG.com is available to everyone, everywhere, and we offer the same prices to gamers from all countries. Getting the worldwide rights to the games takes some extra effort on our part, but we think it's worth the reward of opening up our site to the world.”





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