E3 2014 mostly showed us cool games to anticipate trying out at a later date, but if you want to get excited about stuff you can play right this minute, Good Old Games has kicked off its extensive summer sale. Both day-long and hourly deals will be offered on bundles and individual titles for the next few weeks, supplying discounts of up to 85 percent on daily sales and as much as 90 percent off of hourly prices.

Even if the front page listings don't interest you, over 500 of GOG's catalog is "at least" 50 percent off, so put that GOG search bar to use and see if you can save some cash on your favorite classic. The press release also teases "more than a few giveaways," so it might be worth lurking around GOG's homepage and meticulously refreshing to check hourly deals and hunt for free games.
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GOG.com Summer Sale 2014 Launches With Giveaways, Flash Deals, Daily Bundles, and +500 Games at Least 50% Off.

The DRM-free retailer set to deliver more than 200 flash deals up to 85% off, including Legend of Grimrock, Shadowrun Returns, Age of Wonders 3; special daily bundles up to 90% off; and loads of surprise flash giveaways. The GOG.com Summer Sale kicks off today.

With rising temperatures and increasing risk of sunstroke, GOG.com have decided to give gamers a reason to rest in the shade for a while: It's time for Summer Sale! Offering a variety of lightning-fast deals for games like Tesla Effect: A Tex Murphy Adventure, Don't Starve, and Wizardry 8; as well as daily bundles on Ubisoft classics, Hasbro RPGs, indie platformers, adventure games and so much more. They'll even have more than a few giveaways sprinkled into the mix for good measure. On the first day gamers can take advantage of fantastic deals on titles like Kentucky Route Zero, Divinity: Dragon Commander and Luftrausers.

With a flood of rapidly-changing deals gamers will need to check back often. Make sure you don't miss out on the best the GOG.com Summer Sale 2014 has to offer!

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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