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Get In The Halloween Spirit With These Killer Sales At GOG

Posted on Tuesday, October 29 @ 07:55:16 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


If you've got a hankering for some horror-centric fun this Halloween, GOG.com is running a sale that's just for you. With up to 75% off on a wide array of "scary" games, you can get a whole lot of fright-filled gaming on the cheap.

Titles like Alan Wake and Amnesia: The Dark Descent are just two of the many games that are below the $10 price mark, so you don't have to kill your wallet to get in on some of this generation's greats.

To see all that the Halloween sale at GOG.com has to offer, head on over to the store right here.

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