GOG.com Big Winter Sale kicks off with free Age of Wonders

GOG.com just wrapped up its Big Fall Sale, but it's already moved on to its Big Winter Sale and is giving away free copies of Age of Wonders to celebrate.

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GOG.com recently wrapped up its massive fall sale, but the online retailer is wasting no time on its next major promotion. The GOG.com Big Winter Sale has begun and those that take part it in can currently pick up a free copy of the classic strategy game, Age of Wonders.

The GOG.com Big Winter Sale will offer a number of rotating flash sales, discounting dozens of DRM-free copies of games like Guacamelee: Super Turbo Championship Edition, Banished, The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, and The Witcher series, among many others. Flash sales will rotate every hour, but there are also a handful of deals that will last for 48 hours.

The sale will last through December 15 over at GOG.com, but don't expect the free Age of Wonders freebies to last that long. There are only about 160,000 keys left, as of the time of this writing.

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    December 4, 2014 10:00 AM

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      December 4, 2014 10:07 AM

      Divinity 2: The Dragon Knight Saga is only $4. Get it if you haven't already played it. I had a blast at $20, and took 80 hours to complete. Overall, it was very satisfying and engaging, the world didn't feel empty like it does in Skyrim or Fallout 3...plenty of enemies, and it doesn't feel like an endless grind either despite there being a leveling system. That said, the most powerful build (I've found anyways) is to duel wield. I started off with a 2 handed sword for the extra reach though, and respeced later. Plenty of special attacks and combos to keep combat fun and fluid too.

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      December 4, 2014 10:44 AM

      Aww fuck, so many great games, so cheap.. There goes my evening.. :/