It’s been less than a month since GOG’s Little Big Adventure 2 freebie and its Monstrous Fall Sale 2016, and yet here’s the next big thing: the Mounstrous Winter Sale 2016 with Neverwinter Nights: Diamond Edition as a free game.
The RPG has always been on my wishlist for reviewing, but due to its sheer size, the massive title has slipped through my fingers again and again, so it’s nice to finally add it to the collection without thinking about playing through it and reviewing it in one month, although it might happen in the future, together with its its sequel. It will keep people occupied for a whole year if they want to dive into the D&D world with all three official expansion packs (Shadows of Undrentide, Hordes of the Underdark, and Kingmaker) that are included in the package, and it also seems to be a pretty cool multiplayer experience. Its name and content should also be quite fitting for this season. So don’t wait and get it before the free offer ends on December 3, 10:59 AM UTC.
Just like the fall sale, the concept of buying games and building XP that unlocks other games for free is great if you don’t already own them. This time Shadow Warrior Classic Redux, Shadowrun: Dragon’s Fall – Director’s Cut, and STASIS are on offer, a good slice of action, RPG, and adventure gaming, although the last one wasn’t so much to my liking, as could be seen in last year’s review.
Of course it’s also possible to add experience points by collecting badges that are rewarded for checking in daily, adding 10 new games to one’s wishlist, sharing the sale on Facebook or Twitter, visiting GOG Galaxy, the GOG Wallet page, while owning an account also helps to unlock 1500 points right from the start.
The sale will last until December 11, 10:59 PM UTC, so be sure to grab some deals if you’re still missing out on classic, AAA or indie titles.
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Using the GOG links and buying the products also helps ;).