GOG continues to roll out cheap, DRM-free PC games, following through on their recent promise of featuring more new games in addition to older classics.
The latest release on the platform is Alan Wake, a horror game that turned heads and raised hackles on consoles in 2010.
After this week is up, the price on both platforms will return to $29.99. Still, GOG is fast becoming the go-to for PC gamers looking for the best deals. Plus their releases often come with goodies like soundtracks and art.
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