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Pay what you want, grab up to 3 excellent RPGs, support Larian Studios!

Quick summary:
1. Set your own fair price.
2. Get up to 3 Divinity Games, including Divinity II: Developer's Cut.
3. Own some of the games? No problem--you'll get the gift codes to give to friends.
4. Bonus for you:
* enjoy exclusive access to Divinity II: Developer's Cut one day before the release
* tons of goodies for all the games
* unlock special videos from Larian Studios

RPG fans, promo hunters, dev supporters! For the next 7 days GOG.com gives you a chance to put three wonderful role-playing games on your shelf, puts you in control over their price, and offers you an opportunity to support the games' hard working and talented developers: Larian Games. Proudly introducing: GOG Pay What You Want: Divinity Anthology! The "Pay What You Want" can be purchased from GOG.com starting now until 01:00 AM GMT on the 18th of October, 2012.

Set your own fair price for the classic Divine Divinity, where you become the chosen one, destined to fulfil an ancient prophecy and save the Seven Races of Rivellon. In this extensive, challenging, and very addictive game you will encounter many different enemies and a great variety of items, NPCs, and quests.

Beat the average price and receive your copy of Beyond Divinity, the creative continuation of the series, featuring an immersive story of the divine and the daemonic, challenging gameplay with two characters to control at the same time and a huge universe to explore and exploit.

The top 10% of our most generous users will also grant themselves an early access to the upcoming Divinity 2: Developer's Cut.The Developer's Cut, which is the ultimate edition of the game, comes with Divinity II and the expansion Divinity II: Flames of Vengeance, as well as a special developer's mode and extra goodies, will be available on PC on the 18th of October, 2012, but if you buy it here you will get to play it a day earlier than everyone else! The "Director's Cut" subtitle also means, that you'll have the unique opportunity to experience the game just as the developers did: with optional access to developer console you'll feel like the god of the realm.

But that's not all! All of the games come with an extensive amount of goodies--especially Divinity 2: Developer's Cut features a crazy amount of bonus materials (all of which you can access as soon as you finalize your purchase). To make things even more interesting, Larian Games told us that as the sales progress, they will be releasing some very special announcements and interesting videos. Heard enough? Go to the GOG Pay What You Want: Divinity Anthology page!
Post edited October 10, 2012 by G-Doc
Honestly, if GOG banned you for saying the gods-damned truth, that'd show they're not nearly as open or friendly as they claim to be. If they truly want to hear what we have to say and take the criticisms on board, that'd be awesome.

Worse case scenario, a buncha users bitch and down-rep you, while GOG feigns ignorance to the whole thing. I'd like to think GOG, and its users, are better people than that, though.
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F4LL0UT: snip
Wholeheartedly agree.
here is what would have turned this into a win like a motherfucker:

Pay What You Want with just the Developers cut for any price.

beat the average price and get a digital version of the Divinity Anthology.

top 10% gets you a preorder for Dragon Commander.

now that I would pay out my ass for ...
Post edited October 10, 2012 by Sogi-Ya
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bevinator: if you get any non-Steam DD version it's DRM-free without even needing any patches or anything. You won't get the extra goodies elsewhere, though.
The Steam version of DD is DRM free, as well.
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bevinator: if you get any non-Steam DD version it's DRM-free without even needing any patches or anything. You won't get the extra goodies elsewhere, though.
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Raze_Larian: The Steam version of DD is DRM free, as well.
Steam and DRM free... the irony. =p
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HiroshiMishima: Honestly, if GOG banned you for saying the gods-damned truth, that'd show they're not nearly as open or friendly as they claim to be. If they truly want to hear what we have to say and take the criticisms on board, that'd be awesome.
Yeah, I was kinda kidding with the "don't ban me" - I haven't ever seen GOG react in a bad way to criticism. But I really hope whoever from the staff reads my criticism understands that I'm genuinely concerned, not just angry for stupid reasons. And I really hope they will change the "pay what you want" system before using it again.
Post edited October 10, 2012 by F4LL0UT
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Senteria: Steam and DRM free... the irony. =p
He means free of third party DRM.
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Senteria: Steam and DRM free... the irony. =p
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Namur: He means free of third party DRM.
........ you do know the definition of third party, right?
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Senteria: Steam and DRM free... the irony. =p
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Namur: He means free of third party DRM.
And Larian released a completely DRM free patch that works with the Steam version.
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Senteria: Steam and DRM free... the irony. =p
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Namur: He means free of third party DRM.
I think he actually means DRM free. Some Steam releases don't require Steam to run. Once you've downloaded them you can turn off Steam or even move the game files to another computer where Steam isn't installed.
So I'm a little confused about Divinity II... From what I gather, there are 2 versions of it - Ego Draconis and the remastered "Dragon Knight Saga". Which of these does the Divnity II Developer's Cut come with?
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Sogi-Ya: ........ you do know the definition of third party, right?
Something on top of one's own, like Securom on top of steam's own DRM which would make Securom the third party. If the steam version can indeed be detached from the client, which i wouldn't know, i'll just admit to have assumed something i shouldn't have in which case i won't object to the DRM free label even though it isn't.
Post edited October 10, 2012 by Namur
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Namur: If the steam version can indeed be detached from the client, which i wouldn't know, i'll just admit to have assumed something i shouldn't have in which case i won't object to the DRM free label even though it isn't.
http://www.gog.com/en/forum/general/list_of_drmfree_games_on_steam/page1
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Tarball: So I'm a little confused about Divinity II... From what I gather, there are 2 versions of it - Ego Draconis and the remastered "Dragon Knight Saga". Which of these does the Divnity II Developer's Cut come with?
DKS

Ergo Dracous was the base game, then they came out with an expansion pack "the Flames of vengeance" ... then they changed publishers and released the Dragon Knight Saga which was Ergo Draconus + Flames of vengance + a patch that updated Ergo Dracouns part of the game to include the engine improvements that they developed while building the expansion pack.
Your point ?