Elazul Apr 5, 2013 @ 8:48am
Entire D&D Anthology 80% off on GOG this weekend (10 games)
Don't bother with this "enhanced" version. The only thing new it does that a free mod does not is have a new game mode, which adds nothing to the story and is only accessible through the start menu.

Instead head over the GOG.com and spend the same amount but get 10 games, the entire D&D Anthology!

Link for GOG weekend Promo[www.gog.com]

EDIT: This is a stacking promotion so if you already own some of the games you still get a reduced price for the ones you do not yet own.

Games available through promotion:

*Baldur's Gate: Original Saga
*Baldur's Gate 2
*Neverwinter Nights 1 Diamond Edition
*Neverwinter Nights 2 Complete
*Icewind Dale Complete
*Icewind Dale 2 Complete
*Forgotten Realms: Demon Stone
*The Temple of Elemental Evil
*Dungeons and Dragons: Dragonshard
*Planescape Torment
Last edited by Elazul; Apr 5, 2013 @ 8:54am
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ChevyNoel Apr 5, 2013 @ 9:02am 
Lol... I wanted to see what the price would be for only the games I don't already have, so I removed over half of the games in the list and it only took about $0.50 off the total cost. The savings for each item goes down drastically for every game you uncheck. It is probably better to wait for individual sales if you already have a lot of those titles, and don't feel the need to buy them again.

...and yet, I'm still considering buying the bundle so I have them all in one place.
Elazul Apr 5, 2013 @ 9:55am 
Originally posted by ChevyNoel:
Lol... I wanted to see what the price would be for only the games I don't already have, so I removed over half of the games in the list and it only took about $0.50 off the total cost. The savings for each item goes down drastically for every game you uncheck. It is probably better to wait for individual sales if you already have a lot of those titles, and don't feel the need to buy them again.

...and yet, I'm still considering buying the bundle so I have them all in one place.

The only game I don't own from this bundle is Neverwinter Nights 2 Complete edition(since I have the platinum edition from Steam). It is normally $19.99 but I have the option to save $16 and get it for $3.99. I'm not math expert but that is still 80% off.

EDIT: Quote below taken from the promo page answers your question :) THIS is why I absolutely LOVE GOG. Probably more than Steam actually *ducks*...

This is a stacking promo, so the more games land in your shopping cart, the bigger your discount gets (and if you own any of the games from the promo, they already count towards your discount--keeping it fair for the biggest fans).
Last edited by Elazul; Apr 5, 2013 @ 11:29am
smber2c Apr 5, 2013 @ 10:58am 
This deal on GOG is awesome. I've played though Torment a couple times, but can't anymore b/c 1 of the 4 discs is messed up. I've also lost my copy of BG1 years ago & thought about BG:EE here on steam but decided against it. Still have BG2 though. Was thinking about just purchasing the 2, will cost $11.

But for 10 more dollars I can get seven more games I've never played plus a digital copy of BG2 in case something happens to those discs too (or b/c my optical drive on my PC broke a year ago and I didn't bother fixing it b/c I never use the thing - so digital might be a good idea).

Think I'm leaning toward the bundle though I'll not even load 1/2 of the games for months if ever. Did think Icewind Dale & NWN looked interesting back in the day, don't know much about the others.
härjaren Apr 6, 2013 @ 4:29am 
I got most of those already, but Im gonna get the rest just because I will get baldur 1 and baldur 2 complete drm-free and "pre-cracked". I already ahve them and IWD1-2, but it saves alot work for the commoner gamer. Heck I'll throw 2 dollars at that problem for sure :D
Bossonova911 Apr 6, 2013 @ 10:25am 
i paid around 2$ each, around 20$ for the whole collection. wow. No need to worry about the discs anymore thank god, they only scratch and get old and outdated and don't update themselves. LOL. I have all the games already on disc but as a great back up i bought them cause you can't get any cheaper then that. for sure.
bobrodobro Apr 10, 2013 @ 11:54am 
non-steam games? no, thanx
Elazul Apr 10, 2013 @ 1:41pm 
Originally posted by bobrodobro:
non-steam games? no, thanx

You like DRM? I mean don't get me wrong Steam is DRM done right, but DRM it still is. With GOG you can download all the installers for your games onto a massive portable drive and even if GOG vanished you would still have your games. Conversely, if Steam up and goes bankrupt and it pulled off the interwebs your entire library of games would go -POOF- so long and thanks for all the fish.

Don't worry though the sale is now over. The last time they did this was December so assuming they keep the same cycle it should be sometime during the Summer, probably coinciding with Steam's Summer Sale I would imagine.
Last edited by Elazul; Apr 10, 2013 @ 1:46pm
Bossonova911 Apr 10, 2013 @ 4:21pm 
Agreed
Nanostrike Apr 11, 2013 @ 2:01pm 
Temple of Elemental Evil is one of the few 3.5 turn-based games I've not seen be terrible. It'd be worth it just for that one alone.
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