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Pick 5 out of 20 games, save 80%! This week only!

BOOM! Here's a new explosive offer for GOG.com users. We've prepared a list of 20 exciting titles including some of the best indie games and modern releases available on our site, and we invite you to mix, match and create your very own bundle of 5 games, in our week-long [url=http://www.gog.com/pick_5]Pick 5 promo. You will save 80% on your purchase! The Witcher for $2? Chronicles of Riddick for $3? Deponia for $4? Yes! Only on GOG.com!

For the full list of the 20 amazing games you can pick for your personal bundle and grab with 80% discount, go to the Pick 5 promo page. Tell your friends! (We've even included some handy Facebook, Twitter and Google+ buttons on the promo page for your convenience. Don't hesitate to use them *wink*.)

The offer lasts until Tuesday, March 19, at 9:59AM GMT.
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P1na: I like the fact that, now that I've only got 3 left, the promo allows me to pick just those three and still keep the discount. Nice gesture.
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JMich: Shiuman and Tarun are looking for 2 games only, I'd suggest checking if you can work something out.
Well, I'm not particularly interested on these last 3. If I don't spend too much on my 4 day trip in London this week, or on Sunday (that may be tricky), and there are no more interesting promos for the rest of the week, I'll consider spendng 6$ to complete it all. At that point, I'll see if I can help someone get the spare ones.
I've got a question about gifting option - is there a difference, when I'm buying :
-the gift with 5 games and some of them I already have
and
-the gift with 5 games and I don't have any of them
?

Will there be 5 separate gift-keys only in 1-option, in both of them, or something else?
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waluigi: I've got a question about gifting option - is there a difference, when I'm buying :
-the gift with 5 games and some of them I already have
and
-the gift with 5 games and I don't have any of them
?
In both cases, you will get a gift code with all 5 games. If you redeem the code yourself, any games you don't have will be added to your account, and the rest of the games will remain on that gift code. You are free to regift that code to someone else.
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waluigi: I've got a question about gifting option - is there a difference, when I'm buying :
-the gift with 5 games and some of them I already have
and
-the gift with 5 games and I don't have any of them
?

Will there be 5 separate gift-keys only in 1-option, in both of them, or something else?
You will only get a single key... and when you redeem that key all the games you don't own already will be redeemed and added to your games library and for the ones you already owned will be left in that very key and someone else can redeem those games
GOG, you devil. This was good opportunity for finally to pick up Alan Wake and Runwaway 3 amongst other things.
i like this way of promo.


although i have a long wishlist, picking 5 games per promotion is a little bit to much.


and when will other telltale's AVG sorted to this kind of promo, i missed some of them. But not willing to buy at steam. Since GOG.com is DRM.com / network connection - free...(the way PC should be in 15 yrs before....)
Ok, now I'm understand, thanks JMich & Tarun for your answers ;)

Well, the title I would be the most interested I already have (Defender's Quest), but anyway-nice promo.
Post edited March 12, 2013 by waluigi
So I have to own the "regiftable" games then? Hmm, if someone wants The Witcher and/or Alan Wake and/or Deponia PM me ^^
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ga777: So I have to own the "regiftable" games then? Hmm, if someone wants The Witcher and/or Alan Wake and/or Deponia PM me ^^
Sounds like it. If anyone wants to share in bundle, the buyer will have to list what he already has on that promo list...
Wow despite the great prices I can resist this promo. I own all but 4 and those are platformer type games that don't really do it for me.
Good deal for the rest of the world though.
So ... any opinions on:

- Divinity 2
- Alan Wake
- Chronicles of Riddick
- Lucius
- King's Bounty: Crossworlds
- Pid
- Puddle
- Capsized?

Which ones of these are the best and most worth the money in your opinion and why, and are there any titles among them that you'd recommend I better stay away from? No must-haves among them, as far as I can tell, but as a fan of RPGs I'm mildly curious about Divinity 2 and I wouldn't mind trying some of the other games (as a sidenote, I already own King's Bounty: The Legend and Alan Wake: American Nightmare, but haven't played them yet).
Typical - theres only three games i want...
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Leroux: No must-haves among them, as far as I can tell, but as a fan of RPGs I'm mildly curious about Divinity 2 and I wouldn't mind trying some of the other games (as a sidenote, I already own King's Bounty: The Legend and Alan Wake: American Nightmare, but haven't played them yet).
As a RPG fan I would tell you that Kings Bounty: Crossworlds is definitely a must have. And go play The Legend already!
Are there any fellow gamers that can help me out with getting one of the following games. There are only six of the ones listed that I do not already have and want. I am willing to get the other five, but if I can get someone to help me with one. I would great apperciate it. Thanks.

Lucius
A New Beginning
Inquistor
Alan Wake
Alan Wake's American Nightmare
Chronicles of Riddick

***Update***

I have the request fulfilled. Thanks to ABH20 for gifting me Chronicles of Reddick. I will enjoy the game!
Post edited March 12, 2013 by Fosterinn
Nice promo, but I already own all the games I want in that list (except for Pid and Capsized, but they can wait).