GOG's Summer Sale is Now Live—Here are Our Top Picks

GOG's Summer Sale is Now Live—Here are Our Top Picks

Our favorite picks from the GOG Summer Sale!

The folks over at GOG are not only playing host to a massive Summer Sale right now, which features thousands of games with discounts of up to 90%, but they went ahead and hit us up about a week ago and asked us what kind of games we'd recommend to you guys—the dear readers.

Who are we to say no to such an opportunity? We went ahead and picked a bunch of titles and they've been collected in our very own dedicated page as a part of GOG's Summer Sale - the USgamer Collection. We picked our usual array of retro games, indies, and RPGs. Among the highlights, you'll notice we picked some of these:

  • Dragon's Dogma Dark Arisen for $9.89
  • Star Trek Judgment Rites for $6.99
  • Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire Deluxe for $53.99
  • Hotline Miami for $2.49
  • Oxenfree for $4.99
  • TIE Fighter for $3.99
  • Darkest Dungeon for $9.99
  • The Silver Case for $9.79
  • Little Nightmares for $7.99
  • Night in the Woods: Weird Autumn Edition for $14.99
  • Dead Cells for $13.39

Now, that's a nice looking bunch of games. Of course, that's not the whole list, so feel free to stop by the USgamer Collection page and check out the rest of our top picks.

In addition to our own picks, the rest of the GOG Summer Sale features way more games with big discounts from now until June 19th. At the time of writing, you can also grab a free copy of Xenonauts just because you deserve a treat.

Meanwhile, over at Jelly Deals, we've got a guide to the very best Fortnite merch around as well as daily posts showcasing today's best deals, feel free to stop by.

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Jamie Wallace

Commerce Editor

Jamie is the Commerce Editor for Gamer Network and can usually be found writing about games, tech and his belief that there were never enough Jet Set Radios.

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