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Amazon is giving away the original Fallout PC game to Prime members. The game may be 27 years old, but it’s a classic that laid the groundwork for several sequels and spin-offs, as well as an upcoming TV series.

Is that enough to make you less salty about the fact that Amazon now charges Prime members an extra $2.99 per month to watch Prime Video without ads? Probably not. After all, you can buy Fallout for just $2.49 from GOG these days. But if it helps, Fallout is just one of eight PC games Amazon is giving away at the moment.

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  1. I definitely would go with GOG. I’ve bought all of my games from them recently. You get full offline installers which you can back up, and can have forever. I don’t like steam or any other game sites.

    And I found out that GOG is owned by CDProjektRed (the makers of Cyberpunk 2077). I’ve had a few issues and they always got back to me.

    For me, it’s GOG or nothing these days.

    Of course, I don’t like Amazon any more after how they treated me the last time. Locked me out of my account and wanted me to upload my ID to “unlock it” after doing legitimate purchases from them directly. I wont do that and will never have anything to do with Amazon again.

    Go GOG if you want games, just my opinion of course. Even if Amazon hadn’t done what they did, I will would wholeheartedly recommend GOG.