And don't forget, btw, that the customer is always wrong. On the GOG forums it is advisable to put yourself in the position of the seller rather than the customer, even if you are a customer and you are only shafting yourself by doing so. This is, after all, the stance which all the bigwigs on GOG take. You must let yourself be patronised by these bigwigs because they have reps of 1000+ and therefore they are BOUND to be right about everything.
You're on the GOG forums, of course you're going to find people who like GOG and prefer it over anything else.
Seriously, though, I can see why they do because I can't think of any other store which would reverse a store policy based on customer feedback, so credit where credit is due!
That's not what 'm alluding too though. I'm a big GOG fan in these days of DRM. I'm talking about certain individuals with high reps on here who say that they are gamers but who think and talk - judging by their opinions on the way the industry operates - as if they were publishers / developers. This is a very strange stance indeed in my opinion (as a gamer and a mere customer). But people see a high rep and they think it means that these posters are automatically right.
To elaborate : if I am your customer you dance to MY tune. If you don't dance to my tune you go out of business, simple as that. So why are there posters on here with reps of 1000+ who claim not to be employed in the games industry but who - weirdly - argue from the point of view of the seller ? It requires an explanation, I think you must agree.