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How nice: GOG.com adds 31 FLAC soundtracks


10:00 PM on 01.31.2014
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One of my favorite features of GOG.com is its inclusion of bonuses at no additional charge, particularly when it comes to the "good old games," which these days isn't the sole focus of the distributor. Extras can range from rare artwork to full manuals to soundtracks and in my experience, these materials often help fuel feelings of nostalgia.

Going a step further this week, GOG.com has added 31 FLAC-encoded soundtracks to games like Another World, Darklands, Earthworm Jim, Heroes of Might and Magic, MDK 2, Neverwinter Nights 2, Shadow Warrior, and The Witcher. This music is of course free if you already own any of the affected games -- find the full list at the link below.

I'm by no means an audiophile, but I appreciate a gesture like this when I see one.

Over 30 FLAC lossless gaming soundtracks now on GOG.com! [GOG.com Tumblr]






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