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Today Curse and GOG.com announced a new partnership which gives all Curse Premium Members their choice of one of GOG's most popular titles - FREE! This offer applies to all current Premium members and all new Premium subscriptions purchased between now and December 31, 2014.

If you are already a premium member, you can claim your free game anytime by following these steps:
  • Go to www.curse.com/myoffers (You must be logged into your Curse Premium account
  • Click the "Enter Now!" button under the Curse and GOG free game offer
  • Click "Enter" again
  • Your unique redemption code will display on the screen. Copy and paste this code into your browser.
  • You will be prompted to sign up for a GOG.com account or log into your existing account
  • After you log in, follow the instructions to select and download your free game
You will be able to select from one of the following 10 games:
  • Sacred Gold
  • Gothic 2 Gold Edition
  • Empire Earth: Gold Edition
  • Divine Divinity
  • Dungeon Keeper Gold™
  • Darwinia
  • Tiny and Big: Grandpa's Leftovers
  • Puddle
  • Defender's Quest
  • Megabyte Punch
If you aren't already a Curse Premium member, there has never been a better time to join. You'll get all the benefits of Premium membership including the new free game offer!

Check out www.curse.com/premium/plan to sign-up and start enjoying the Premium experience today!
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#1 Mordakai



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Posted 20 December 2013 - 11:43 PM

So, out of these games, which one is best?

#2 Miragee


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Posted 21 December 2013 - 01:28 AM

View PostMordakai, on 20 December 2013 - 11:43 PM, said:

So, out of these games, which one is best?

Tough question. Divine Divinity for Hack'n'Slay (a bit diablo like), Gothic 2 for role-playing. Heard that Dungeon Keeper (though pretty old, if that's your thing) and Defender's Quest are really good games. I would say one of these four. You can check out all the games on gog before-hand. They usually have quite qualitatively useful user-reviews.

#3 Kysio


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Posted 21 December 2013 - 11:56 AM

To add to the previous post - Gothic 2 might not be as good as 1st but it's still amazing game, especially with night of the raven.
Divine Divinity is hack and slash that requires you to actually think unlike Diablo. You can move basicly anything and some things can be solved through dialogue too. And it has decent story as well. Did I mention amazing music (well maybe except main theme)?
So yeah, hard choice between the 2 if you like rpgs.
If you did not play Dungeon Keeper by now then you are not a real gamer to begin with.