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15,504 ways to play!

Decisions, decisions, decisions. Once the holiday season gets closer, you have to decide what gifts to buy, what wrapping to use, which phone numbers to accidentally delete. There are many decisions to make as you get ready for the holidays, but one decision that we’re making easy for you is, “Should I buy anything from GOG.com’s Black Friday sale?” (The answer is “yes”, by the way. ;) Not only are we launching the sale early--in case you spend Friday in a turkey-induced coma--but we’re also giving you the power to pick your own promo!

In our Pick 5 & Pay $10 sale you pick 5 out of twenty fantastic indie games and pay $10 for them regardless of the game’s regular full price. That's $2 per game, for such titles like Torchlight, Resonance, Alan Wake's American Nightmare, Botanicula, Geneforge 1-5, Uplink, To the Moon, and many others. Seven of these games are both PC and Mac compatible, so everyone can enjoy!

The games are fantastic--and there are so many of them! That's why we started this sale early: to give you time to pick your dream-set of 5 games out of 15,504 possible combinations. You could look at this as another decision you have to make this year, but unlike trying to figure out who you should sit next to your slightly crazy uncle at Thanksgiving dinner, this one’s fun!

Black Friday marks the start of the “shopping season” for the holidays, so don’t forget to buy the gift of GOG for a gamer you love--or even just kind of like. You can’t spread much more holiday joy than this for just $10.
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SimonG: Looks like GOG is trying to be the master the devaluation of games...
Aha? I recall when we had this discussion about Steam where you claimed such offers help developers to sell loads of games. Yet, when GOG or indie bundles do it, they're devaluing them?

I agree that such price nosedives devalue games, but this stinks of double standards.
Nice, a lot of game i would like to try but not sure of, so perfect for this kind of promo. However atm there are 6 i want so i have to drop one ;). How is symphony? Things like audio surf held my interest for 1 song... but this seems to have more fun gameplay.
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jamyskis: Aha? I recall when we had this discussion about Steam where you claimed such offers help developers to sell loads of games. Yet, when GOG or indie bundles do it, they're devaluing them?

I agree that such price nosedives devalue games, but this stinks of double standards.
I'm pretty sure you're missing the dose of irony he was putting on that statement.
Fantastic promo, now we are in business

The only thing that's left for me is to pick what I want....

Trine and Torchlight are definitely going in there but what about the rest 3 free spaces...
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SimonG: Looks like GOG is trying to be the master the devaluation of games...
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jamyskis: Aha? I recall when we had this discussion about Steam where you claimed such offers help developers to sell loads of games. Yet, when GOG or indie bundles do it, they're devaluing them?

I agree that such price nosedives devalue games, but this stinks of double standards.
Yes it does stink of double standards, gog's double standards that is
(that's what simon's point is anyway)
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SimonG: Looks like GOG is trying to be the master the devaluation of games...
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jamyskis: Aha? I recall when we had this discussion about Steam where you claimed such offers help developers to sell loads of games. Yet, when GOG or indie bundles do it, they're devaluing them?

I agree that such price nosedives devalue games, but this stinks of double standards.
I call the devaluation of games bullshit. I stand by the facts that lower prices increase profits. I'm not criticising GOG for doing it, I'm calling them out on their bullshit.
Perfect promo for those concerned about their backlog ;) Fortunately I'm not in this group - I've recently finished several games so I may pick others... The only question is - can I find 5 games that seems to be interesting? I already have 9 games so theoretically I should but who knows...
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Well, it's a good thing that GOG is finally understanding the fact huge promos are good for both developers and GOG.
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SimonG: I call the devaluation of games bullshit. I stand by the facts that lower prices increase profits. I'm not criticising GOG for doing it, I'm calling them out on their bullshit.
Fair point, even if I don't agree with your stance on devaluation.
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SimonG: I call the devaluation of games bullshit. I stand by the facts that lower prices increase profits. I'm not criticising GOG for doing it, I'm calling them out on their bullshit.
Stances change you know, when someone starts doing something you actually like, you tell them 'told you I was right' as opposed to 'You were bullshitting me!' What do you know, maybe they wen't. And maybe they get it now.
Awesome promo, but I already own every game from that selection which interests me.
Interested in Resonance, Mutant Mud, Alan wake american nightmare, Botanicula & To the moon... So it's pretty good :-).

I will however wait a bit before buying...
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SimonG: Looks like GOG is trying to be the master the devaluation of games...
Those are indy games, there is an indy bundle every month or so on the internet. The devs are devaluing their games themselves, at this point there is no reason to ever buy an indy game on its own. It's sad to see how unambitious indy devs are, if they cared a little more about money and success they would be making better games and selling them appropriately instead of trying to impress the Braid crowd.
wooooooooooooooooooooshhhhhhhhhhhh
Can I activate Torchlight and Alan´s Wake on steam ???
So I can get achievments
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GOG.com: 15,504 ways to play!

Decisions, decisions, decisions. Once the holiday season gets closer, you have to decide what gifts to buy, what wrapping to use, which phone numbers to accidentally delete. There are many decisions to make as you get ready for the holidays, but one decision that we’re making easy for you is, “Should I buy anything from GOG.com’s Black Friday sale?” (The answer is “yes”, by the way. ;) Not only are we launching the sale early--in case you spend Friday in a turkey-induced coma--but we’re also giving you the power to pick your own promo!

In our Pick 5 & Pay $10 sale you pick 5 out of twenty fantastic indie games and pay $10 for them regardless of the game’s regular full price. That's $2 per game, for such titles like Torchlight, Resonance, Alan Wake's American Nightmare, Botanicula, Geneforge 1-5, Uplink, To the Moon, and many others. Seven of these games are both PC and Mac compatible, so everyone can enjoy!

The games are fantastic--and there are so many of them! That's why we started this sale early: to give you time to pick your dream-set of 5 games out of 15,504 possible combinations. You could look at this as another decision you have to make this year, but unlike trying to figure out who you should sit next to your slightly crazy uncle at Thanksgiving dinner, this one’s fun!

Black Friday marks the start of the “shopping season” for the holidays, so don’t forget to buy the gift of GOG for a gamer you love--or even just kind of like. You can’t spread much more holiday joy than this for just $10.