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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
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Bloodygoodgames: I'm completely PISSED OFF. Just went to GamersGate to see about pre-ordering A Game of Dwarves next week when I get money from a client, only to discover THE GODDAMN GAME IS ONLY AVAILABLE ON STEAM AND IT'S A FUCKING PARADOX GAME!!!
You have to make a difference between games that are developed in-house by Paradox (Europa Universalis, Crusader Kings among others), all of which can be found DRM-free on GG and games that are published by Paradox, which have various levels of DRM depending on what the devs want.

AFAIK A Game of Dwarves is the latter, just like Magicka, Mont&Blade or King Arthur. And as Paradox is apparently one of the least restrictive publishers in the business, I think any DRM scheme on those games was decided by the developers, not Paradox.
Could someone give me a brief review of the divinity games please? CRPGs are about the only games I play, but I prefer games with plot and story, not hack and slash alone. The more text and dialogue there is in a game, the more I'll prolly like it. VtM: Bloodlines, Deus Ex, Morrowind, KOTOR, Baldur's Gate, Gothic... these to me are great games. The screenies here seem to suggest that divinity games are action games. How much plot, if any, are in these games? Replay value? Also, how worth it is it to pay extra just to get a dev console for game 3?
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BlueMooner: Could someone give me a brief review of the divinity games please? CRPGs are about the only games I play, but I prefer games with plot and story, not hack and slash alone. The more text and dialogue there is in a game, the more I'll prolly like it. VtM: Bloodlines, Deus Ex, Morrowind, KOTOR, Baldur's Gate, Gothic... these to me are great games. The screenies here seem to suggest that divinity games are action games. How much plot, if any, are in these games? Replay value? Also, how worth it is it to pay extra just to get a dev console for game 3?
well i've only beaten DD and played a demo of D2 (well started a character in the full version but I don't have my 360 plugged in atm so I've just got past the tutorial area), but it doesn't seem to be a plot based series. The plot/setting seems pretty generic, except it tries to sneak in bits of snarkiness/sarcasm in at times. And the first game is a pretty combat heavy isometeric hack/slash game in the vein of diablo (actually I never played diablo so IDK if it's actually a good comparison >_>) except it's more open world save for annoyingly large bottleneck dungeons at the beginning/end of the game. It's a pretty big game too. Not much dialog choices or role playing though.
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BlueMooner: Could someone give me a brief review of the divinity games please? CRPGs are about the only games I play, but I prefer games with plot and story, not hack and slash alone. The more text and dialogue there is in a game, the more I'll prolly like it. VtM: Bloodlines, Deus Ex, Morrowind, KOTOR, Baldur's Gate, Gothic... these to me are great games. The screenies here seem to suggest that divinity games are action games. How much plot, if any, are in these games? Replay value? Also, how worth it is it to pay extra just to get a dev console for game 3?
I'm not a fan of writing reviews but the plot is really great in Divine Divinity... what is even greater are the sidequests - often you need to search for things, ask around (yes, lots of texts), there are even random encounters. it might not be as "epic" as Fallouts or Baldur's Gate as there's a lot of realtime fighting, but you shouldn't miss it. at least the first game that is practically free now.
bump with my question.

When we reach 30k and LMK tech demo will be unlocked, will it be available as an extra goodie to Divinity II or what?
Will we be getting more of those anthology goodies digitally? At least the codes for the upcoming Larian games and the poster art is missing.
Thanks guys. While they look too 'actiony' to me, I guess $16 isn't too much for D2, which seems okay, and I can consider the first two as extras.
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psikoh: Was hoping it would be able to as it says it includes both Steam and non-DRM on the Larian site. Guess that's just ones straight from them/boxed copies...
Yes, that is referring to the boxed version of the anthology. As an aside, Larian is working on adding Steam keys for the digital purchases through the Larian Vault.

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BlueMooner: Also, how worth it is it to pay extra just to get a dev console for game 3?
Larian is working with Steam and Focus on a patch for DKS to add the Developer Mode (which is the only difference between DKS and D2:DC, aside from the bonus content with the GOG version or the anthology).

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BlueMooner: Thanks guys. While they look too 'actiony' to me, I guess $16 isn't too much for D2, which seems okay, and I can consider the first two as extras.
There is a fair bit of combat, but playing Divine Divinity I could pretty much always switch to to doing quests or exploring when I wasn't in the mood for fighting. The beginning is heavy on combat, but the interactions and quests around the first town gave a good idea of what the game was about (and a certain encounter in the starting catacombs made the game a must buy when I was playing the demo). The end of the game is also mostly hack and slash, but most of it can be skipped.

I posted a description of the first 2 games compared to the third in the Larian forum topic Beyond Divinity available for download.

What did you like about the first Divine Divinity?
Has anyone mentioned that the two novellas with Divinity II are the same? They are both the Beyond Divinity novella Child of the Chaos.
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tikeno: Has anyone mentioned that the two novellas with Divinity II are the same? They are both the Beyond Divinity novella Child of the Chaos.
This is fixed now :D Sorry about the mix-up and enjoy the novellas!
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Bloodygoodgames: I'm completely PISSED OFF. Just went to GamersGate to see about pre-ordering A Game of Dwarves next week when I get money from a client, only to discover THE GODDAMN GAME IS ONLY AVAILABLE ON STEAM AND IT'S A FUCKING PARADOX GAME!!!
It's Paradox published, not Paradox developed title unfortunately so it's not Paradox's fault devs decided to go for full Steamworks integration (Like Magica among others). NeoCore Games games did even worse with King Arthur - The Role-playing Wargame. They initially released DRM-free and Steamworks version but with 1.7 patch decided to go Steamworks only and converted the my DRM-free version on gamersgate to Steamworks version. Mind, they are not the only one's as THQ did the same with Supreme Commander and I know there are more. Also most Bethesda titles initially used other DRM but all their digitally distributed games are now Steamworks titles.

So DRM-free on GG does not mean the game stays DRM-free. Devs/Publishers may at any time change the DRM without warning and all of the sudden you can't use tha games you have payed money for (At least Neocore left me with the DRM free version as well, THQ did not and as I never downloaded the DRM-free version, I have no backup either and the Steamshitworks version is useless to me).
I actually hope the buyer can choose between Divine Divinity 1 and Beyond Divinity in the first payment level. I already have DD1 (and DD2), so it is not realistic to go for higher level just for Beyond Divinity......
Concerning the counter for Games sold so far etc: Shouldn't there be comma as the thousands separator, instead of the point used for decimal separation, GOG? :)
now the price for the whole pack is $15 :)
looking good
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Adam23: Concerning the counter for Games sold so far etc: Shouldn't there be comma as the thousands separator, instead of the point used for decimal separation, GOG? :)
That depends on where in the world you're from.