GOG launches pay-what-you-want Divinity sale

Ooh, pay-what-you-want games bundles are all the rage nowadays. In fact, they're so popular that they're surely becoming a bit cool by now. Mark my words, 2013 will be the year of make-it-your-damn-self games. For now, though, GOG is getting in on the bundle fun with a pay-what-you-want sale on the Divinity series.

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Ooh, pay-what-you-want games bundles are all the rage nowadays. In fact, they're so popular that they're surely becoming a bit cool by now. Mark my words, 2013 will be the year of make-it-your-damn-self games. For now, though, GOG is getting in on the bundle fun with a pay-what-you-want sale on Larian's Divinity series.

It's not the usual model of simply naming your price for a big bundle of games, though. GOG's sale has a minimum price of 99 cents, which will get you the original Divine Divinity. If you beat the average price, currently $10.86, you'll score Beyond Divinity too. To add a pre-order of the upcoming Developer's Cut edition of Divinity II, you'll need to pay a price higher than 90 percent of the people before you did.

As you'd expect from GOG, soundtracks and digital art books and whatnot are included too.

The sale will end at 6 p.m. Pacific on October 17. GOG teases that Larian will add more extras and reveal a new project over the coming week. Look, a video:

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    October 10, 2012 8:15 AM

    Alice O'Connor posted a new article, GOG launches pay-what-you-want Divinity sale.

    Ooh, pay-what-you-want games bundles are all the rage nowadays. In fact, they're so popular that they're surely becoming a bit cool by now. Mark my words, 2013 will be the year of make-it-your-damn-self games. For now, though, GOG is getting in on the bundle fun with a pay-what-you-want sale on the Divinity series.

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      October 10, 2012 9:04 AM

      I'd gladly spend $5 to have a DRM-free version of all these games, but $21.99 is a bit steep for someone who already has them.

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        October 10, 2012 9:59 AM

        When GOG does a sale that relies on buying some # of games, they usually rig it up such that already owning one or more of the games doesn't count against you. Anyone know if that's the case here?

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          October 11, 2012 7:55 AM

          If you own either of the first two, you get giftable copies for friends.