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Good Old Games gets Psychonauts, Advent Rising, and more


9:00 PM on 11.05.2009
Good Old Games gets Psychonauts, Advent Rising, and more photo



Majesco Entertainment is the latest company to get in on the Good Old Games action. What does it mean for us? Surprisingly good things.

Available now completely free of DRM are Psychonauts ($9.99) and Advent Rising ($5.99). Alongside BloodRayne and BloodRayne 2, more Majesco games will be appearing on GOG in the near future.

Anthony's Games that time forgot article on Advent Rising (excuse the formatting; old post is old) always made me want to play the game, but as usual, I never got around to it. The chance to do so for six bucks without leaving the house? Sounds easy enough.

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