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Mirror’s Edge, Spore Collection, and The Saboteur are now available DRM-Free on GOG (Sale 50% off)

Electronics Arts has been pulling some impressive moves over the past couple of months, by releasing many of its superb hit games like Dragon Age Origins, Dead Space, on GOG. And now, it has released three more popular games to the DRM-Free game store. They are Mirror’s Edge, Spore Collection, and The Saboteur.

EA Mirror's Edge Spore Saboteur GOG

In case you don’t know what DRM-Free games are, it means you can just buy the games once and play them without installing any client whatsover (unlike Steam or Uplay), and you don’t even need to activate the game with some license. You can even install them and play the games on as many computers you have in your home

Mirror’s Edge.

Mirror’s Edge is a parkour (running/jumping) first-person action-adventure game, where you play as Faith. You will be running on rooftops dodging obstacles, performing stunts, in a breath taking environment.

Buy Mirror’s Edge DRM-Free on GOG for $9.99 (50% off $19.99)

The Saboteur

The Saboteur is an open world, third person action game, where you play as as Sean Devlin, an Irish mechanic/racer, who has to free the Nazis-occupied Paris. It’s sort of an Assassin’s Creed meets GTA style of game, with its stealth and cars and an arsenal of guns.

Buy The Saboteur DRM-Free on GOG for $9.99

The Spore Collection is a collection of games from the series, and includes –SPORE, SPORE Galactic Adventures and SPORE Creepy & Cute Parts Pack. The game lets you play as a single cell organims which has to evolve to become larger creatures, and eventually through five different ages.

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Buy The Spore Collection DRM-Free on GOG for $11.99

Now these aren’t exactly the real discount prices (EA seems to have doubled them before the discounts), so you will find better ones on third party websites. But if you wanna buy them DRM-Free this is likely the ideal price.

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