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Good Old Games Running 'Buy Two Get One Free' Promo

by Rainier on Dec. 3, 2008 @ 11:25 a.m. PST

Digital distribution site Good Old Games is now offering a special promotion on its DRM-free PC classics. Until December 8, when you buy two $9.99 games, you get a $5.99 game for free, including the just added Disciples 2 Gold and Jagged Alliance 2.

Until December 8, Good olg Games is running a buy two get one free promo, so when you buy two $9.99 games, you get a $5.99 game for free. So that means you could, say, buy Operation Flashpoint and Unreal Tournament 2004 and get the criminally overlooked FlatOut for free. Or go RPG-crazy with Gothic and Sacred Gold, then get Fallout for free.

This week’s new releases:

Disciples 2 Gold ($9.99)

It is time yet again to pick a side and journey to the dark fantasy realm of the Sacred Lands in Disciples 2 Gold. Lead your army, be it men, dwarves, demons or the undead, expand your domain and crush all who oppose you. Once you've forged your side's destiny in the fires of battle, you may send your chosen Hero toward more glory in the first two expansions - Servants of the Dark and Guardians of the Light. And if that isn't enough then prepare for the third expansion - Rise of The Elves. This time the Elves are no longer neutral and become a fully playable race, yours to command.

Jagged Alliance 2 ($9.99)

The once peaceful country of Arulco has fallen under the brutal rule of "Queen" Deidranna. To satisfy her need for money and power, its industry has turned to strip mining and its people were forced under the yoke of oppression. Enrico Chivaldori, Arulco's exiled leader, used all the funds he could spare to hire you, the man with the connections with A.I.M. In Jagged Alliance 2 you choose from over 40 unique mercenaries, recover key cities and installations and, finally, kill the evil Deidranna. The future of Arulco's people rests in your hands.

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