List of DRM Free Games

flash1961

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Hello, I'm a stand-alone gamer. I don't have an internet connection at home and travel to a nearby town to access the net at an Online access Centre. I love what you're doing and will take advantage of the list provided. I'm in a minority and I was wondering is there any publication law that is breached by gaming producers when they deny access to their games after trumpeting them loud and long, creating a need that then cannot be fulfilled. The ONLY people seeming to listen are the pirates!!
 

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As mentioned, there are a lot of games that predate DRM as well as those titles that just don't have any. It might be easier to simply say don't shop on Steam if you're serious about being anti-DRM. Same goes for Origin, many of Amazon's digital downloads, and so on.
 
every game listed on good old games dot com is drm free. they cost between 5 and 10 dollars and all are original legitimate games.
much better than your normal drm infested crap and well worth the tiny fee for games that you can play hassle free.
they even have top draw titles like witcher 2 (although you have to pay a little extra for that 1, well full price really but again its drm free)
 

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Sadly Witcher and Witcher 2 are the only modern AAA titles on GOG, and they're there because of a mutual affiliation between CDProjekt RED (Witcher 2 developers) and CDProjekt (the umbrella company that also happens to have started GOG). So as much as I love GOG, and I really do love their site and purchasing from them, it's a bit misleading to advertise them as having truly modern titles when it isn't the case just yet barring that one anomaly.
 

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It's 4 years old :x .

No idea why they only picked up Guilty Gear: Isuka either. It's the worst game in otherwise very strong series =( . I assume it's because the other GG's are tied to GFWL. Sadly, GOG is sort of hamstringed by which games are actually available without DRM in the first place. Great site though and should always keep an eye on it.