Good Old Game's Spring Conference has just wrapped up its Spring Conference, and there's plenty of news for fans of The Witcher and Good Old Game's online store. Only, it's not called Good Old Games anymore; it's just GoG.com.
Recently, GoG.com has shifted its focus slightly to selling newer PC titles along with its existing range of classic titles. Now, GoG.com will be selling Premium Editions of newer games, starting with the Assassin's Creed: Director's Cut Edition and the Heroes of Might & Magic V bundle, which includes soundtracks for both games, art books, wallpapers, and all the usual GoG goodies. Both can be bought for a special buy-one-get-one-free price of $19.99.
Whilst I'd be happier seeing GoG.com expand its range of classic games, I think a little more variety wouldn't hurt. Also announced was the new point-and-click title by Machinarium developer Amanita Design, Botanicula, which is available for pre-order at $8.99 for a limited time.
Oh, and for the next 48 hours, the original Fallout is available for free. Get on it!
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