(Since the other thread summed it up well) For those unfamiliar, there is an online game distributor called Good Old Games that specializes in selling older games for cheap and without DRM (digital rights management). This is extremely appealing since many older games are 1) hard to find and 2) if you can find them are usually tied to some particular service (Steam for example). I strongly recommend checking out the site if you haven't heard of or seen it before. It has all sorts of games you might remember, so shop around! Link to GOG Homepage (Yay for copy-paste) For anyone unsure about the site, just poke around and investigate. It's not so foreign as console gamers checking out Steam for the first time. Personally, me and my brother have followed it for a long time and it's been very helpful to be able to repurchase older games that have been brought up to compatibility standards for newer OS's. They don't host games as DRM-free downloads against the will of the owning companies - they work out contracts to license it out just like Steam. The chief difference is that GOG doesn't require you to be logged in to play it. Think of the way games used to be managed back in the 90's - pop in floppy, punch in random page numbers from manual, and boom, the game is yours to play at your leisure. Hence the name Good Old Games. I won't say all games are that simple to install (lol floppy drives...), but I've been able to find and play old favorites like Duke Nukem and Rollercoaster Tycoon thanks to the place. I trust it as much as I do Steam. Of course I spend far less time on the site and more time just playing games. On to the purpose of this thread: While I don't expect to bump this each week with something new, I'd like myself and others to gather GOG announcements, sales, and discussion into this thread. This is so we don't have to keep making separate threads for neat GOG things. Now go find some old games and have fun!