Good Old Games Is Now Simply GOG, Selling Indie And New Titles Alongside Old Ones

Good Old Games has undergone a re-branding of sorts (which they teased a few days ago), although the way we speak about the digital game storefront likely won't change too much: it's now officially known as simply "GOG", which is what we were calling it anyway.

More importantly, GOG will now be selling new retail and indie games, putting them in direct competition with Steam and Origin. Only, you know, totally DRM-free. That's been their main selling point all along, and that much hasn't changed.

So check out the new GOG and download some classic games—then pre-order some new ones, like Legend of Grimrock.

In the case of games released on both Steam and GOG, which will you choose? Achievements, support and infrastructure from Valve, or a standalone, DRM-free experience? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter.

Tags: good-old-games, gog, drm, pc-gaming, indie-games
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