GOG.com Redesigned, Starts Distributing DRM Free Movies

/ 3 years ago


GOG.com or Good Old Games as it used to be known has long been one of my favorite gaming websites, not only do they have a completely DRM free policy for all the titles the distribute, but they’ve also been very active in bringing back classic PC gaming titles to newer operating systems, rather than let them fall into digital oblivion.

Now it looks like the company are reaching out even further into the gaming market, serving up gaming related movies and programming via their web store, all still DRM free of course. The movies are prices at $5.99 and come in a mixture of 576p, 720p and 1080p offerings with both streaming and download options being made available.

The sites also been given a nice visual overhaul, now accepts more payment methods and currencies than ever before and they’ve updated their price promise to ensure you get a fair price no matter what region you live in, for those games that can offer the price promise in your region they’ll now simply give you store credit for the difference, nice!

To tempt us over to the new service, two of the movies are currently free, The Art of Playing and TPB AFK: The Pirate Bay Away From Keyboard.

[youtube width=”800″ height=”450″]http://youtu.be/pZQL-8SDyi8[/youtube]

Thank you GOG for providing us with this information.

Image courtesy of GOG.

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