35 items in cart. $106.65. FFFFUUUU....
Yes, there went $100 down the budget :D Thanks!!! I've been waiting to get Scratches since it came out. Love that game!
Looks like we're all in the $100 club. I could've bought Skyrim and Human Revolution, but then I took... err, ahem! What I meant to say was, I could've gotten two full-price games for what I paid for 32 classics. Not too shabby.
I now have more than half of the catalog, by a significant margin. In fact, it's a little under three-fourths of the catalog. I wonder if that qualifies me to enjoy the same sort of rights as a major shareholder? I've invested in GOG considerably, I love the hell out of them. I even pre-ordered The Witcher 2, repurchased the first game, bought four of the D&D games at full price, and gifted a good number of games as well. I tried to contribute to the community as well, but aside from sprucing up a number of things on the GOG wiki, I lack both the power and know-how to do anything actually noteworthy. I would if I could, though!
Their support is pretty much useless (I'm looking at you
, JuriJ), and there's plenty of room for improvement, but overall GOG is the only one that does nearly everything right. A nice layout, good installers, an optional downloader, a shelf that isn't as horrible as GamersGate, an uncensored forum, user reviews, private messaging, a lot less broken games and installers than GamersGate, a completely DRM free library, extras, and so on.
I've collected pretty much everything I've wanted on this site, at least for the asking price. I've downloaded them all, extras included, and burned them to disc, as well as storing them on an external drive. All I need is for the community to start making slim versions of the DVD covers
and I'll be set. That, or I find shelf space for 200+ full-sized cases.
Unless GOG starts selling free time, I should be good for a while, to say the least. Here's hoping GOG has a prosperous 2012. I'm looking forward to seeing all of the new releases for next year, and buying the majority of them next December.