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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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tarasis: Thank you. That was interesting.
Maybe GOG.com can put up a page with the results for this action.
Kinda bummed that it is gone. Was very curious after the results and the unlocked video's.
Hopefully they will.
D2:DC has been officially released, so you should be able to get it with the downloader.
They added Hatching the Dragon just like i hoped :D.
So I gifted the Divinity Anthology three times as birthday gifts to friends who aren't on GOG yet and so far two of them have told me that "The code in the email is ---" so I sent them the codes manually as they appear for me. I was rather embarrassed as I love GOG very much and wanted my friends' first impression of GOG to be as great as mine. One of the two aforementioned friends also had issues with redeeming the code I sent him yesterday as it was taking forever to redeem. Perhaps these issues can be ironed out before my third friend gets to redeeming his?
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Future_Suture: So I gifted the Divinity Anthology three times as birthday gifts to friends who aren't on GOG yet and so far two of them have told me that "The code in the email is ---" so I sent them the codes manually as they appear for me. I was rather embarrassed as I love GOG very much and wanted my friends' first impression of GOG to be as great as mine. One of the two aforementioned friends also had issues with redeeming the code I sent him yesterday as it was taking forever to redeem. Perhaps these issues can be ironed out before my third friend gets to redeeming his?
The issue with sending gift codes has been fixed yesterday afternoon. I will look up your codes in our backend and send them to you via PM.
anyone else noticed that with D2 DC if you did the PWYW and dl'd the soundtrack early and if you re download it now there are less tracks in the flames of vengeance folder?
Really? Nooooooooooooooooooooo.

Why didn't I download it yesterday :/

How much is missing?
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ShogunDarius: anyone else noticed that with D2 DC if you did the PWYW and dl'd the soundtrack early and if you re download it now there are less tracks in the flames of vengeance folder?
I see no difference between the one I downloaded a few days ago and the one I just downloaded now...
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ShogunDarius: anyone else noticed that with D2 DC if you did the PWYW and dl'd the soundtrack early and if you re download it now there are less tracks in the flames of vengeance folder?
These were basically empty tracks that we didn't remove earlier. Less than 100KB in size each, as far as I know. No content was lost in the cleanup. :)
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Future_Suture: So I gifted the Divinity Anthology three times as birthday gifts to friends who aren't on GOG yet and so far two of them have told me that "The code in the email is ---" so I sent them the codes manually as they appear for me. I was rather embarrassed as I love GOG very much and wanted my friends' first impression of GOG to be as great as mine. One of the two aforementioned friends also had issues with redeeming the code I sent him yesterday as it was taking forever to redeem. Perhaps these issues can be ironed out before my third friend gets to redeeming his?
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Firek: The issue with sending gift codes has been fixed yesterday afternoon. I will look up your codes in our backend and send them to you via PM.
No need. Like I said, I can see the codes, and give them to my friends, but the email telling them that they have been gifted games doesn't include the code itself, only saying "The code in the email is ---" hence why I am giving them the codes manually.
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ShogunDarius: anyone else noticed that with D2 DC if you did the PWYW and dl'd the soundtrack early and if you re download it now there are less tracks in the flames of vengeance folder?
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Firek: These were basically empty tracks that we didn't remove earlier. Less than 100KB in size each, as far as I know. No content was lost in the cleanup. :)
Phew :) Thanks for the clarification.

How does the track listing for D2 DC compare to the CD's in the boxed version? I note the Flames of Vengeance folder is without track numbers, where the other does.
My only complaint about GOG is providing the music in 192kbps mp3s for D2 (128kbps for DD & BD)

My ideal would be FLAC (for transcoding to whatever, my case Apple Lossless and 256k m4a's) or 320kbps mp3s. When they are available and you are already hosting GB's of data for the games, would it hurt to provide the music in higher quality?

Sometimes that is why I am buying these games as I know the likely hood is that I'll never get around to actually playing them.
Anybody have a clue as to how to add an icon once you have added Divinity 2 to Steam? The game exe itself doesn't seem to have an icon either. I would quite like to have one!
I didn't buy the game but I have a question - where are the soundtracks for Divinity II located? Are they a separate download or are they included in the installer?

I ask because someone from another forum made a comment that the Musica Divina / Obscura soundtracks were -not- included in the GOG release, which doesn't really make any sense to me.
The D2:ED and FoV soundtracks are a separate download in the bonus content for D2:DC. Much of the bonus content here is the same or similar to what is included with the anthology, but they are not identical. Specifically, VampyreDjango was correct that the music CDs in the anthology are not included with the GOG release of D2:DC.