Last Chance: GOG's Giant Black Friday Sale Has Deep Discounts On Dragon Age: Origins, Dead Space

Dig through GOG's discounts on more than 500 games.

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GOG's batch of classic PC games have their prices seriously slashed in its Black Friday sale, but since it only runs through Cyber Monday, your chance to exploit it is coming to an end. The deals include a bunch of older Electronic Arts games at a discount of 75 percent, and others that go as deep as 90 percent off.

Topping the list of titles at the 75 percent off mark are Dead Space ($4.99) and Dragon Age: Origins - Ultimate Edition ($4.99), with SimCity 2000 ($1.49), SimCity 3000 ($2.49), SimCity 4 ($4.99), Crysis ($4.99), and Jade Empire ($3.74) joining the list. Meanwhile, Soldier of Fortune, Soldier of Fortune: Payback, and Soldier of Fortune II: Double Helix are all reduced by 20 percent ($7.99 for each), while SWAT 4 is down 50 percent ($4.99)--all of which are GOG exclusives.

There are even bigger discounts on offer, though include Panzer Corps at 90 percent off ($1.99), Mafia II: Director's Cut at 80 percent off ($7.99), and the Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth trilogy at 80 percent off ($5.99 for each).

According to GOG's website, there are more than 500 games getting their prices slashed, so it might be worth investing some time to dig around for some gems--like the Wing Commander and Ultima anthologies, which are both 75 percent off in their entirety. GOG's Black Friday sale prices are in place until November 27, so time is running out.

We've been cataloguing tons of other Black Friday deals and Cyber Monday sales to help you get the best prices on games. There are also big Black Friday sales on PC games on Steam, Origin, and Fanatical, so be sure to check those out as well.

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