Good Old Games has renewed its partnership with Ubisoft, which means more beloved games for us. This deal coming to fruition has already resulted in two new additions to the DRM-free digital distribution service: Might and Magic 7: For Blood and Honor and Heroes of Might and Magic IV Complete Edition.
These games go way beyond my area of expertise, but I figured there would be enough of you guys to a warrant a quick post anyway. GOG.com is also having users do "quests" (like tweeting) in the name of prizes. Grand prize? A real sword, a shield, and $150 in GOG funny money.
These guys are crazy; I like crazy.
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