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GoG offers its first Pay What You Want bundle

Wednesday, 10th October 2012 12:12 GMT By Stace Harman

Purveyor of primarily older titles, GoG.com, is offering a bundle that includes titles in the Divinity RPG series. The price? How ever much you see fit to pay for it.

Larian Studios, developer of the Divinity series, has teamed up with GOG.com to launch the service’s first Pay What You Want bundle.

The bundle includes Divine Divinity, Beyond Divinity, and a pre-order for Divinity II – Developer’s Cut. As is GOG.com’s wont, the bundle includes a number of extras including soundtracks, two short stories and a developer’s journal. The average price for the bundle is currently a little over $12.

Details of the games and their contents can be found on the Divinity Anthology page of GOG.com’s website.

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3 Comments

  1. Old MacDonald

    That’s a very funny idea of a “pay what you want”-bundle. Since you have to beat the average price to get two of the three games, and pay even more to get the third, the average price seems to be going up all the time. So to get two of the games now, you’ll have to pay a whopping one dollar less than you would if you bought them outside of the promo.

    It’d be fun to see what happened if notch came along and paid 10k for the bundle.

    #1 2 years ago
  2. TheWulf

    Divinity II is one of my all-time favourites. The story of it is just worth playing it for, but let me warn you, it’s going to sucker-punch your emotions. Over, and over, and over. It comes over so often as a funny little game, but then it plays with your head and your feels. Like the loneliness of you being the last dragon knight, and how it toys with that. It’s a poignantly written experience of almost Obsidian degrees.

    So if you can’t handle an emotional rollercoaster, then Divinity II isn’t for you, but if you can… oh, if you can. The way it ends. I don’t know, it’s like a really good, mature Disney film in some respects. It has a really beautiful ending, with the expansion pack (which I believe you also get) and… you won’t forget it. You can’t forget it.

    That game.

    This is why I’m looking forward to Dragon Commander, and if it has the emotional depth of Divinity II… I’ll be the happiest old fart alive. I really will. More of a dragon focus was all I wanted from the Dragon Knight Saga. Oh! That’s something to keep in mind – Divinity II: Director’s Cut is likely just the Dragon Knight Saga with a few changes. So if you own that, keep that in mind.

    But if you don’t… well, you’d have to be dead inside for Divinity II to not make you feel. It’ll make you laugh and cry, and you’ll both hate it and love it for doing so. It hurts so good, that one.

    @1

    Nnnnot really? Most pay-what-you-want deals have done it that way. Like every Humble Bundle ever. In every single Humble Bundle, they’ve always offered more games if you beat the average, they’re just copying that formula, you can’t damn them for that, can you?

    #2 2 years ago
  3. Sylrissa

    The price has actually been going down, last I checked it was around 21, and now it’s sitting at 17

    #3 2 years ago

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