GOG.Com Now Offering DRM-Free Movies

August 27, 2014 - GamePolitics Staff

Expanding on its commitment of providing DRM-free PC games for Mac, Linux and Windows to the masses, GOG.com has announced that it has begun offering DRM-free movies today. At launch the site is offering 22 DRM-free movies - all currently under $10.

The movies cover a variety of topics from odd culture and politics, to behind-the-scenes documentaries about games and game developers. Some of the films available today include Rewind This!, The King of Arcades, Gamer Age, Please Subscribe, Indie Game: The Movie and Indie Game The Movie: Special Edition, Good Game, Cartoon College, The Art of Playing, and many more.

You can check out GOG.com's selection of DRM-Free movies by visiting www.gog.com/movies.


Comments

Re: GOG.Com Now Offering DRM-Free Movies

Man, there are some real meanspirited brony-hating douchebags over there. Considering how gracious most users are in the forums when I offer advice for getting old software to run, I'm surprised.

Re: GOG.Com Now Offering DRM-Free Movies

Oh good, like there wasn't enough clogging of the release schedule with the same 3 indie games over and over again, now we're adding movies to the list.

---You are likely to be eaten by a Grue.

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Huh?

 

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