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Topic # 88403 15-Aug-2011 18:44
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My bad if gog was mention here before, but if not is a cool place to buy older games, apart from ripping out the DRM from games and selling some releases cheaper to NZ/Australian customers & I just brought Zork Grand Inquisitor for couple of dollars, compared to the same game being sold for $40 on TM! lmao. is where its at!

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  Reply # 507015 15-Aug-2011 21:03
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They even have a few freebies to get started with :)

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  Reply # 507965 17-Aug-2011 14:43
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I got Witcher 2 from them as they don't overcharge Kiwis. 


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  Reply # 508141 17-Aug-2011 17:56
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All Gog games are DRM free.

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  Reply # 508250 17-Aug-2011 21:40
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I've been with them for years.
I have bought and been playing through all my old fav adventure games from there:
Gabriel Knight : The Beast Within
Tex Murphy series
Broken Sword series
Fallout 1 & 2

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  Reply # 508924 19-Aug-2011 12:00
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Love this site. Got Duke Nukem for $7 off them. Awesome with the HiRes Pack.
Bought a few games off them and always happy with them. 

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