Official artwork for Fallout: New Vegas

If you hate the very concept of DRM but love open-world RPGs you're in luck as GOG has just updated its store with some Bethesda classics. As you can probably deduce from the title alone, the three newly added games are Fallout 3: Game of the Year EditionFallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition, and The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Game of the Year Edition.

Besides being fully DRM-free the games are currently on a 50% discount which brings their price to €9,50 each. Since each and every single one of them offers hundreds of hours of entertainment I would definitely recommend you grab whichever game interests you the most because this really is an awesome deal, DRM or not!

On the other hand, if you're relatively new to Bethesda RPGs and you're not sure what game to go with, I would recommend starting with Fallout: New Vegas. It features the same type of gameplay you'll find in all of the modern Fallout games, but the world and its characters and much more interesting since it was developed by Obsidian - the masters of RPG storytelling. New Vegas is by no means a perfect game as its far too linear early on, but its still one of my favorites and something I frequently reinstall just to experience from a different perspective. So if you're looking for an immersive RPG to play, you really can't go wrong with New Vegas.