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Linko90: It's just a 24-hour stream on Twitch of me on karaoke singing uptown girl and dive-bombing into old PC Big Boxes. Sorry guys.
It's ok if you dance like Wei in Sleeping Dogs

For reference: Link 1:18
Post edited September 06, 2018 by Desmight
I think this is relevant.
Post edited September 11, 2018 by BKGaming
come on gog lets celebrate yo with some freshly roasted brussels sprouts!
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Linko90: It's just a 24-hour stream on Twitch of me on karaoke singing uptown girl and dive-bombing into old PC Big Boxes. Sorry guys.
May I request this song
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Linko90: It's just a 24-hour stream on Twitch of me on karaoke singing uptown girl and dive-bombing into old PC Big Boxes. Sorry guys.
when? :D
I think should be on 11 November.This is Polish Independence Day.
Wiikipedia:
Founded: 22 February 2008
Launched: 1 August 2008


Deal with it. There was no and will be no 10th Anniversary Sale.
Actually, an idea came to my mind... Why don't we bet on the date?
No prizes, but losers must change their GOG avatars to the one generated by their username on this Avatar Generator and keep it for a whole month.

My bet is on September 18th.

EDIT: Even if no one accepted my challenge, I will be loyal to my bet. So, time to wear this ugly avatar for a month :(
Post edited September 19, 2018 by Lone_Scout
Don't waste your time...

https://www.gog.com/wishlist/games/nothing
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Linko90: It's just a 24-hour stream on Twitch of me on karaoke singing uptown girl and dive-bombing into old PC Big Boxes. Sorry guys.
Don't ever apologize for Billy Joel.
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ciemnogrodzianin: Wiikipedia:
Founded: 22 February 2008
Launched: 1 August 2008


Deal with it. There was no and will be no 10th Anniversary Sale.
I hate to break it to you, but April was for the press only. It launched in September as a beta that was invite only for normal users, then I believe became publicly available in October. In the past, I also believe they have celebrated September as the anniversary.
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BKGaming: In the past, I also believe they have celebrated September as the anniversary.
Mentioned some others before, let's see how many I can track down...
First, Sep 2.
Second, Sep 23, leaving beta.
Third doesn't have a specific anniversary news post, but conference and giveaway on Sep 22.
Again not something specific but conference and Mac support all the way on Oct 18.
Fifth, Sep 13.
Sixth, Sep 12.
Not finding something explicit for seventh, but the one about one million fulfilled wishlish votes says "almost 7 years" on Sep 18.
... really can't find anything for eighth or ninth.
Just looked through news in this range though, would be more on forums I'm sure.
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February 22nd, 2008
GOG was founded.
https://efiling.drcor.mcit.gov.cy/DrcorPublic/SearchResults.aspx?name=GOG&number=%25&searchtype=optStartMatch&index=1&tname=%25&sc=0

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July 17th, 2008
Welcome to the GOG.com press beta, you lucky devil!
The GOG.com Team is honored to present our little baby, the GOG.com press beta.

With the site launching in September and a closed public beta starting August 1, we have decided to choose a group of our favorite journalists (that's you!) and give you exclusive access to GOG.com before anyone else! In the beta, you should be able to check out all of the main features of GOG.com, including downloading our DRM-free, Windows Vista and Windows XP compatible classic games and getting involved in the community section to post your comments and reviews, rate games, read others' reviews and talk about the games in the forums. We appreciate any feedback.

It also occurred to us that you might want to ask some questions or get more info about GOG.com... so here's how you do it. Just contact Tom Ohle (tom.ohle-at-cdprojektred.com) and Lukasz Kukawski (lkukawski-at-gog.com) and we'll take care of you.

In the meantime, download and play some games, rate them, leave reviews, and get involved in the community. There's lots to do, and your feedback will be invaluable in making sure we have the best classic-games site around.

https://www.gog.com/news/welcome_to_the_gog_com_press_beta_you_lucky_devil_1

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September 7th, 2008
Early Access Beta launched!
Welcome, Bienvenue, Willkommen, Welkom, Benvenuto, Добро, Bienvenido, Witajcie, Καλώς ορίσατε, 欢迎 (...) to the Early Access Beta.

Before you dive into GOG.com and start spending your money, there are some things you should know. The Early Access Beta allows you to: buy DRM-free games, join the community, add comments, write reviews, rate games and download additional materials to games you've already bought. Every Tuesday is Release Day at GOG.com, meaning that we'll add more games to our catalogue every week. Thursday is another notable weekday, when we announce which games will be added to our ever-growing catalogue the following week. So, what are you waiting for? Create your account and begin the GOG.com experience!

https://www.gog.com/news/early_access_beta_launched

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October 23rd, 2008
GOG.com opens its doors to the public!
No more teaser pages, sign-ups, or access keys. After a very successful Early Access Beta we're moving into Open Beta.

From today on, GOG.com is officially available to every classic PC games fan that wants to satisfy their need for DRM-free Good Old Games. “The success of the Early Access Beta showed us that there is huge demand for DRM-free classic PC games, and it helped us to prepare the site for the public launch. We are endlessly grateful to the users for their support and assistance,” said Adam Oldakowski, Managing Director of GOG.com. Don't wait, create your GOG.com account and dive into the world of classic PC gaming.

https://www.gog.com/news/gog_com_opens_its_doors_to_the_public
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Barry_Woodward: October 23rd, 2008
GOG.com opens its doors to the public!
No more teaser pages, sign-ups, or access keys. After a very successful Early Access Beta we're moving into Open Beta.

From today on, GOG.com is officially available to every classic PC games fan that wants to satisfy their need for DRM-free Good Old Games. “The success of the Early Access Beta showed us that there is huge demand for DRM-free classic PC games, and it helped us to prepare the site for the public launch. We are endlessly grateful to the users for their support and assistance,” said Adam Oldakowski, Managing Director of GOG.com. Don't wait, create your GOG.com account and dive into the world of classic PC gaming.

https://www.gog.com/news/gog_com_opens_its_doors_to_the_public
Wow. From all these speculations this fact looks like game changer.
Just missed my 10th anniversary with GOG as i was able to join on the 11th September 2008. Thats when i bought my first games Freespace 2 and got Descent 3 for free.

Was so excited when i joined and was able to rebuy some of the pc best classic games.