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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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Future_Suture: ]GamersGate still seems to be selling the game with DRM, and at a far higher price than GOG as well (for those whining about the game being expensive on GOG).
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MichiGen: Those who think D2:DC here is expensive are probably crazy. Look at STEAM everyone, 39,99€ compared with 19,99$ (well, currently 12,50$) here.
I still think this is one of the best deals GOG has ever had. And that's coming from someone who actually STOPPED playing Divine Divinity before the end, as the extreme length was driving me insane :)

Divine Divinity, even without me finishing it, still easily one of the best games on GOG and, even though I'm absolutely broke this month, I'm still probably going to pick up Beyond Divinity and a code for yet another copy of DD before this promotion ends.

For $1, you're absolutely NUTS if you don't at least buy Divine Divinity -- awesome, awesome game (just don't try to do all the quests, like i did, or you'll be playing it for the rest of your life :)
So the promo ends in 15 hours, I'm presuming that it will get above 20K sold

Not bad, considering that GOG does this sort of thing for the first time, hopefully we will see more of these promos in the future as this sort of thing attracts new users and gives developers a chance to get in the spotlight
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MichiGen: Those who think D2:DC here is expensive are probably crazy. Look at STEAM everyone, 39,99€ compared with 19,99$ (well, currently 12,50$) here.
Steam has put DKS on sale relatively often for 75% off (so $10). IMNSHO $12.50 here is still a better value, though.
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MichiGen: Those who think D2:DC here is expensive are probably crazy. Look at STEAM everyone, 39,99€ compared with 19,99$ (well, currently 12,50$) here.
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Raze_Larian: Steam has put DKS on sale relatively often for 75% off (so $10). IMNSHO $12.50 here is still a better value, though.
For me it's always 10€ (~$12) with 75% OFF on steam. And additionally you'll get another 2 games together with D2:DC here :) So it's much better value in my opinion. And I'm rather not mentioning all the goodies :)
Post edited October 17, 2012 by MichiGen
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Future_Suture: Did you play Ego Draconis or The Dragon Knight Saga? I heard a bunch of complaints about Ego Draconis but almost nothing but praise for The Dragon Knight Saga.
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ArbitraryWater: I played The Dragon Knight Saga, and got around halfway through before deciding that it wasn't worth my time. It's not unabashedly awful or anything, but I would really hesitate to call it good. The combat is clunky and more than a little grindy, the story is laughably bad, it thinks it is a lot funnier than it actually is, it's incredibly boring at times, stuff like that. Basically, one would be better served playing Kingdoms of Amalur as that game does a lot of the same things but has a much more open world and much better combat/character progression (though that game has its own problems)
Yea, but I can't buy Kingdoms of Amalur from GOG as they don't sell it and I have decided to only buy games developed by Valve from Steam from now on, and all my other game purchases from GOG! :[
So, when does Divinity 2 become available, when the PWYW deal ends or sooner? Are we still getting it one day early?
this is written on the game card:
This game will be available for download on approximately Oct. 18
Div2 headstart will be available today at 17:00 UTC
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Thiev: Div2 headstart will be available today at 17:00 UTC
Good to hear, thanks!
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Thiev: Div2 headstart will be available today at 17:00 UTC
Ooh, nice! :)
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ArbitraryWater: I played The Dragon Knight Saga, and got around halfway through before deciding that it wasn't worth my time. It's not unabashedly awful or anything, but I would really hesitate to call it good. The combat is clunky and more than a little grindy, the story is laughably bad, it thinks it is a lot funnier than it actually is, it's incredibly boring at times, stuff like that. Basically, one would be better served playing Kingdoms of Amalur as that game does a lot of the same things but has a much more open world and much better combat/character progression (though that game has its own problems)
I actually personally thought that Amalur was like what you'd get if you removed all of the heart and charm from Divinity 2. But yes, if combat is important to you, at its best the combat is pretty much okay, and if you want a serious and nuanced story, it's going to throw talking chests and existential skeletons at you. If that's not your thing that's cool, but for other people, this is their kind of thing. I bought Ego Draconis on a whim a few years ago, expecting something bad but kind of fun, and I was pretty much blown away. Divinity 2 has only gotten better since then.

the flying fortresses oh god I remember what they used to be like
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Kotep: I bought Ego Draconis on a whim a few years ago, expecting something bad but kind of fun, and I was pretty much blown away. Divinity 2 has only gotten better since then. the flying fortresses oh god I remember what they used to be like
Also, Bellegar.
The best wizard ever :P
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Future_Suture: ]GamersGate still seems to be selling the game with DRM, and at a far higher price than GOG as well (for those whining about the game being expensive on GOG).
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MichiGen: Those who think D2:DC here is expensive are probably crazy. Look at STEAM everyone, 39,99€ compared with 19,99$ (well, currently 12,50$) here.
I bought Divinity 2 for 19.99$ because I didn't want Beyond Divinity and just ended up buying Divine Divinity for 0.01$. I don't even feel guilty because I still paid more than I needed to going by the current promotion!
I'm finding this to be confusing. It's not clear whether I actually have to pay the "top supporter" price in order to get all three games. The way they're highlighted/unhighlighted seems to suggest that. What is the "larian bundle"?

I'll be totally honest, I don't even like the divinity games, at all, but if I can pick them all up for a dollar I will of course not pass that up.
I too wish that I could predownload the game and have it unlock when it's released. Nevertheless, I am worried that this is considered a form of DRM and I would rather GOG stays away from DRM.