GOG.com Apologizes For Sins, Wants To Bring Fun Back To Gaming

Posted on September 9, 2010

After GOG.com shut down their site this weekend and posted a notice that suggested it may be gone for a while, it’s understandable that some gamers were annoyed to discover this morning that it was all a marketing stunt. In a series of videos released today, some of the site’s employees apologize for mistakenly angering their customers but also bemoan the loss of fun and crazy stunts in our industry. Oh, and they do so while dressed up as monks.

So the first video is pretty weird, but subsequent parts get into explaining some of the specifics behind the new stuff coming to GOG.com when it relaunches tomorrow. The brief website downtime was apparently necessary for technical reasons, but they decided to “play a game” with their users.

They also reveal that the site has achieved the milestone of two million games downloaded, a big deal for a smaller, DRM-free service. Most of the new features mentioned in the videos were already known from today’s previous announcement, but now you can see them in action. Check out the videos below.

Chapter 0

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Chapter 1

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Chapter 2

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Chapter 3

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