I've had the first two Divinity games on my GOG wishlist for a while now and am "this" close to buying them. Does anyone own these on Steam? I'm curious if it matters where I buy them or if these DRM free versions are the better purchase.
I know you already got some feedback in the Steam thread, but, for what it's worth, GOG versions of old games typically include some non-game extras. For instance, the Divinity games include some (very short) novellas, digital copies of the original manuals, the soundtracks, some art, and the tech demo of the original concept that eventually became Divine Divinity.
Not sure if any of that kinda stuff matters to you.
IIRC, Amazon usually DOES NOT match 1st-party publisher games...
(i.e. EA has a sale on their own Origin service for one of their own games that they publish).
Or said another way, Amazon generally (as in recently) only matches Steam.
Maybe if Josh would get off his lazy ass, he'd pull some of the FAQs from some of Tony's past threads. It would take searching a few threads though, because I don't think even Tony had all the FAQs ever condensed into a single post at any given time. The last one or two threads had the majority, though.
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