Don't know how I missed this in my inbox being a D&D fan, but GOG.com
has several Dungeons and Dragons games at buy one get one free. Some of the games in the sale include Baldur's Gate, Baldur's Gate II, Icewind Dale, Neverwinter Nights: Diamond Edition, and several others. With this sale, you can own all of the D&D titles in GOG.com's
catalog for under $40.. The sale is going on until February 28th at 11:59pm EST.
GOG.com has Buy One, Get One Sale on D&D Hasbro Games
BUY ANY GAME ON SALE, GET A FREE GAME OF YOUR CHOICE, AND ALSO GET TEMPLE OF ELEMENTAL EVIL FREE!
Warsaw, Poland (22 February 2012) - GOG.com, that irrepressible source of incredible classic games without DRM, announced a huge sale on its Hasbro D&D games catalog, giving gamers a chance to buy one D&D game and get one free. Further, if a GOG.com user buys a game from the promo (and gets a free game of his or her choice) that user will also receive Temple of Elemental Evil for free as well!
This sale includes some of the best RPG games ever made on PC. Gamers can pick up any of the following games as part of this sale: Baldur's Gate: The Original Saga, Baldur's Gate II: Complete, Icewind Dale Complete, Icewind Dale II Complete, Planescape: Torment, Neverwinter Nights: Diamond Edition, Dungeons & Dragons: Dragonshard, Forgotten Realms: Demon Stone, and Temple of Elemental Evil. Anyone who hasn't picked up these fantastic classic titles yet could own all of the D&D games in GOG.com's catalog for under $40--one of the best deals in the digital distributor's history. This sale runs from now until 23.59 pm EST on the 28th of February, so be sure to pick up your D&D classics now!
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