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Heroes of Might and Magic series, Farcry 1&2, Prince of Persia series, Settlers 3, and many more Ubisoft games 50% off, until Tuesday, May 21 at 3:59AM GMT

So, we've heard you like variety. We can relate, everyone loves browsing and picking their favorites. That's why we thought Ubisoft catalog would make for a terrific weekend promo. You can pick and mix from a selection of about 40 [url=]Top Ubisoft Titles, 50% off this weekend. Games of all age, shape, and size await you in the promo page. Whatever your taste in games might be, you'll find something nice and exciting to make your weekend more entertaining. Let's take a quick look at one or two titles, shall we?

Heroes of Might and Magic is a game series so prominent, that it surely needs no introduction. In fantasy turn-based strategies it's quite hard to find a match for this legendary saga that challenges our strategic and management skills since the year 1996. Based on the successful setting of the fan-favorite classic cRPG, Might and Magic, it achieved a great balance between accessibility and complexity that resonates perfectly with gamers. After all these years Heroes of Might and Magic 3: Complete Edition is still considered by many to be the perfect 4X turn-based title. Some fans, however, prefer the more modern Heroes of Might and Magic 5: Bundle, that takes the beloved mechanics into the beautiful realm of 3D graphics. That's only two titles, though. All of our Might and Magic games, strategy and RPG alike, can be found 50% off in the promo page.

and [url=]Farcry 2 introduced a new quality to the First-Person Shooter genre. With large, seamless locations, varied environment, open-ended gameworld, and a healthy dose of realism (just enough to make the combat believable, while keeping it entertaining and fast), it gave the shooter fans the best kind of story-driven sandbox experience. It's also worth noting, that the graphics in both games look excellent even now, years after release. If you enjoy FPS games, these two undoubtedly belong in your DRM-free collection.

Right, let's stop here. We don't want to spoil the excitement of discovering what other gems await you in the promo page. Well let you find out that games such as Assassin's Creed: Director's Cut, Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell, and Rayman Forever are also 50% off this weekend all for yourselves. Ooops. Let's just pretend that didn't happen. You should go to the promo page, now. The promo lasts until Tuesday, May 21 at 3:59AM GMT.
matze404: I mean not the gog version I mean the retail version from for e.g. amazon.

@Profanity What do you mean? No, I'm not working for Ubisoft...
Profanity just meant it would be good for a commercial for GOG to advertise how they're DRM-free. It reminds me of infomercials or something. I can imagine it going something like this:

person 1: "Darn, I wish I could play this single-player game but it keeps telling me the servers are busy. I paid $40 bucks for this DRM! I wish there were another way so that I could just play my games DRM-free."
person 2: "You CAN play your games DRM-free!"
person 1: "Really, how?"

*cue kickass guitar music*

narrator: ", where the games are 100% DRM-free! You buy it, you own it! Download your games as many times as you want, reinstall them with no restrictions, and back them up for your personal archives. All games have fair worldwide pricing and equal worldwide availability. Get exclusive bonus content like soundtracks, wallpapers, game guides, behind the scenes videos, and more for free with your game purchases! We offer classics, indies, and more! - your one-stop solution for DRM-free games."

person 1: "Thanks, GOG!" *gives thumbs up*

(GOG has done commercials - here's one!
I know they're trying to make Steam look like the bad guy, but all I'm seeing in that commercial is a Valve guy trying to break through DRM.

Not very well executed visually!