GOG.com: #noDRM Summer Sale 2013 is Now Available. Also Torchlight for Free and More

"It was a beautiful place. I told myself I could rest here, sleep here and forget about my work."
“A beautiful place. I told myself I could rest here, sleep here and forget about my work.”

GOG.com have got in early and started their 2013 summer sale which features most of their no DRM games. This means that more than 500 games are now available for 50% off. The digital distribution site will also offer extra discounted Daily Deals (once a day) which will be up to 85% off. To celebrate the new summer sale GOG.com are giving all members Torchlight the action RPG game from Runic Games Inc. (not the co-op one) for free but only for under the next forty-eight hours.

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GOG.com: Unepic is Now Available

All the fun of Dungeons & Dragons with out need for scantily clad women.
All the fun of Dungeons & Dragons without need for scantily clad women.

Unepic a unique and pretty RPG and platformer full of the usual array of loot, monsters and dungeons is available for 50% off on GOG.com. Unepic is developed by Francisco Téllez de Meneses (developed in Spain) and only costs $4.99 for the first week and $9.99 after that.

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Dungeons & Dragons Online Update 17: Return to Gianthold is Now Available

This picture isnt reakky selling the game much.
This picture doesn’t really sell the game much.

The latest update for Dungeons & Dragons Online has been released. Dungeons & Dragons Online is a game I have been playing quite a bit recently this is because I’m getting tired of traditional hot key MMORPGs. D&D Online is good because it’s a hack and slash type of game where you can play it like a single player RPG or invite a small group of friends to have a more fun experience.

Theres much more that makes Dungeons & Dragons Online good so I might talk about it more in the future but the main selling point is that you can play the game for free or choose to pay for certain benefits.

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GOG.com: Classic Dungeons and Dragons Games on Sale

Games based on dungeons and dragons always have more dungeons than dragons.

Over on GOG.com from last Friday to Friday 21st September at 9:59 GMT you can buy all the Dungeons & Dragons RPGs from publisher Hasbro for up to 65% off. This sale happened already I think this year but it the chance doesn’t come up often so you should make the most of it. Especially if you were considering getting them recently.

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Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition Delayed By Two Months

I can see why they might need a bit more time.

Overhaul Games have announced that it is delaying the release of Baldur’s Gate Enhanced Edition from 18th September to 30th November 2012. The developer says if you already pre-ordered the game you will get something extra for having to wait longer.

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Dungeons & Dragons Online Expansion Coming this Summer

One good looking dwarf.

Free-to-play game Dungeons & Dragons Online is getting an expansion on the 25th June entitled Menace of the Underdark.

“The shadow of Lolth has cast darkness over the kingdom of Cormyr where heroes struggle to stem the unrelenting tide of the Drow forces.

Descend into the Menace of the Underdark.

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Dungeons & Dragons Online Update 11: Secrets of the Artificers Now Available

Dragons & Dungeons.

The latest update for Dungeons & Dragons Online has been released. Dungeons & Dragons Online is a game I have been playing quite a bit recently this is because I’m getting tired of traditional hot key MMORPGs. D&D Online is good because it’s a hack and slash type of game where you can play it like a single player RPG or invite a small group of friends to have a more fun experience.

Theres much more that makes Dungeons & Dragons Online good so I might talk about it more in the future but the main selling point is that you can play the game for free or choose to pay for certain benefits.

Read more to see the main updates and the full patch notes.

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