I ended up grabbing a bunch of stuff on GOG, because it was so cheap.
Heroes of Might and Magic V (have played 3 to death. For $2 or whatever, I figured V must be worth a try.)
Sleeping Dogs Definitive Edition (it was three bucks, I mean, what the hell. I have it on Steam, but a DRM-free version is worth three bucks.)
Outcast 1.1, which I haven’t started yet, but looks promising. (very old voxel-based game.)
OpenTTD, which was free. Have played it before, but a nice ready-to-go package was appealing.
Inside (neat game, but deeply strange and with a very odd ending.)
Homeworld:Emergence – that’s the new name for Cataclysm. I have an original ISO image here somewhere, but what the heck, might as well get the all-fixed-up-and-ready GOG edition. It was like two bucks. IMO, it’s the best of the Homeworld titles.
Solasta: Crown of the Magister. Paid full price ($40). Worth it. It’s too short, it feels like about 2/3 of the size it should have been, but the engine is excellent and the implementation of 5E seems very accurate. (I have not played actual 5E, however.) The early levels are very slow, and then the later levels come surprisingly quickly… had they stretched out the back half of the game, it would have been substantially better. Hopefully Solasta 2 is bigger.
Arma: Cold War Assault, because it was a freebie.
Over on Steam:
Final Fantasy X HD collection.
Thinking about the Master Chief collection too, but I’ve gotten old and slow and don’t do that well with action games anymore.
I had my eye on some DLC for Total Warhammer 2, but the sales there aren’t that good. Their DLC policy really irks me… they constantly churn out new stuff, and it’s really expensive.