GOG's been hyping some big news lately, and today flipped the switch -- announcing the arrival of gory racer Carmageddon for its service. The game will cost $9.99 and is available for DRM-free purchase right now.
Carmageddon was a controversial property when it released back in the late nineties. Germany and the United Kingdom had the violent content censored, replacing the game's human victims with zombies and turning the blood green. Some countries even banned it, though ironically Australia allowed it, completely uncut, with an age-rating of 15.
Starting Friday, GOG is also currently offering the first three Tomb Raider games as a $3.99 bundle, and Codename 47 for $2.39, and Hitman 2 for $3.99. The Thief games shall be available for $3.99 apiece, while Deus Ex, Anachronox, and Legacy of Kain games are all 60% off.
Hope you fed your wallets recently!
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