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Free Games for Steam or GOG
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Re: Free Games for Steam or GOG
« Reply #1 on: September 21, 2017, 08:39:46 PM »



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Re: Free Games for Steam or GOG
« Reply #2 on: November 21, 2017, 04:14:41 PM »
@GOGcom GOG.com is giving away MDK for 40 more hours.  Cant beat free.


BSB top 5 items for the Black Friday Sale


#1 Wing Commander (all of them, take your pick, I am partial to 3)
#2 Tomb Raider Series on Sale
#3 Dragon Age Origins Ultimate Edition
#4 Sim City Series
#5 Titan Quest Anniversary Edition (Awesome ARPG)
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Re: Free Games for Steam or GOG
« Reply #3 on: November 22, 2017, 03:41:01 PM »
I disagree with this list.  Titan Quest over Heroes of Might and Magic?  You heretic.

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Re: Free Games for Steam or GOG
« Reply #4 on: November 24, 2017, 11:10:20 AM »
I disagree with this list.  Titan Quest over Heroes of Might and Magic?  You heretic.

What would be your top 5?



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Re: Free Games for Steam or GOG
« Reply #5 on: November 24, 2017, 04:47:20 PM »
Hrm...  Top 5?  I hadn't even thought of a top 5...  I guess if I were to go with a service-by-service list, I'd go with:

--GOG--
5. Dead Cells (25% off, $14.29) https://www.gog.com/game/dead_cells
4. Assassin's Creed: Director's Cut (50% off, $12.49) https://www.gog.com/game/assassins_creed_directors_cut
3. Heroes of Might and Magic Bundle (84% off, $10) https://www.gog.com/promo/20171121_black_friday_homm_bundle
2. Ultima Bundle (74% off, $10) https://www.gog.com/promo/20171121_black_friday_sale
1. Project Highrise (75% off, $6) https://www.gog.com/game/project_highrise

I been playing Project Highrise lately, it's like someone finally said "you know what game didn't get enough love?  Sim Tower!" and so they made this to fill that niche.  Hard to argue with a 75% off there.  And I picked up the Might and Magic, Heroes of Might and Magic, and Ultima Bundles cause they might be old, but they definitely ain't bad.  Assassin's Creed was a game that was somewhat fun, a lot of people retroactively hate on it because it didn't have the flash of 2, but I liked it well enough.  And I haven't heard an end to the praise for Dead Cells from anyone, people really like that one, though you might want to wait for a better sale price, 25% off ain't a huge deal.

--Steam--
5. Cluster Truck (70% off, $5)
4. Stellar Overload (40% off, $12)
3. Turok Bundle (72% off, $11)
2. Friday the 13th (50% off, $20)
1. Batman Arkham games (75%, $5)

Cluster Truck is fun, it's fast and it's ridiculous.  And that's what makes it great.  You leap from the back of semi truck to semi truck to avoid hitting the ground, cause you know, going 150 mph and hitting the ground is gonna mess you up.  Stellar Overload is like a weird mish mash of No Man's Sky, Minecraft, and the such only this game tries to emulate the gravity of a real planet, so go too far in one direction and you'll end up on another face of the cuboid planetoids.  Some people say digging underground can be a little confusing (because you keep flipping your view), but the devs are trying to fix things like that.  Turok is awesome, who doesn't want to hunt dinosaurs?  Friday the 13th, I keep hearing praise from my friend who wants me to get it, and I might just do that at 50% off...  And of course, you all know how awesome the Batman games are.

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Re: Free Games for Steam or GOG
« Reply #6 on: November 25, 2017, 05:06:53 PM »
Hrm...  Top 5?  I hadn't even thought of a top 5...  I guess if I were to go with a service-by-service list, I'd go with:

--GOG--
5. Dead Cells (25% off, $14.29) https://www.gog.com/game/dead_cells
4. Assassin's Creed: Director's Cut (50% off, $12.49) https://www.gog.com/game/assassins_creed_directors_cut
3. Heroes of Might and Magic Bundle (84% off, $10) https://www.gog.com/promo/20171121_black_friday_homm_bundle
2. Ultima Bundle (74% off, $10) https://www.gog.com/promo/20171121_black_friday_sale
1. Project Highrise (75% off, $6) https://www.gog.com/game/project_highrise

I been playing Project Highrise lately, it's like someone finally said "you know what game didn't get enough love?  Sim Tower!" and so they made this to fill that niche.  Hard to argue with a 75% off there.  And I picked up the Might and Magic, Heroes of Might and Magic, and Ultima Bundles cause they might be old, but they definitely ain't bad.  Assassin's Creed was a game that was somewhat fun, a lot of people retroactively hate on it because it didn't have the flash of 2, but I liked it well enough.  And I haven't heard an end to the praise for Dead Cells from anyone, people really like that one, though you might want to wait for a better sale price, 25% off ain't a huge deal.

--Steam--
5. Cluster Truck (70% off, $5)
4. Stellar Overload (40% off, $12)
3. Turok Bundle (72% off, $11)
2. Friday the 13th (50% off, $20)
1. Batman Arkham games (75%, $5)

Cluster Truck is fun, it's fast and it's ridiculous.  And that's what makes it great.  You leap from the back of semi truck to semi truck to avoid hitting the ground, cause you know, going 150 mph and hitting the ground is gonna mess you up.  Stellar Overload is like a weird mish mash of No Man's Sky, Minecraft, and the such only this game tries to emulate the gravity of a real planet, so go too far in one direction and you'll end up on another face of the cuboid planetoids.  Some people say digging underground can be a little confusing (because you keep flipping your view), but the devs are trying to fix things like that.  Turok is awesome, who doesn't want to hunt dinosaurs?  Friday the 13th, I keep hearing praise from my friend who wants me to get it, and I might just do that at 50% off...  And of course, you all know how awesome the Batman games are.

Thanks, will check some of those out.



 

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