So what's your point ? I don't have my point of view,cause I'm newer to GOG?
Let me ask you this... are there many supermarkets out there in US besides the big brands?
Let me put it this way: Steam is Wallmart, GOG is a lovely little shop. If you want to put that little shop out buisness you bring your prices down.
The little shop needs to keep with the pricing and with that it loose money ....do I need to continue?
About the steam-sheep I was refering to your classification on your previous post.
I'm not blindly defending anyone. I like GOG as a service and support. I like how TET comes here and joke with us,how most of the stuff members are involved in the forum(community). And I don't see that in Steam ... sorry but this is not blindly ;)
That problem with what you're saying, and where your argument falls apart, is that gog is now in direct competition with Steam. They are attempting to move on from small shop down the road, to KMART vs Walmart in the 90s. They are slowly gaining the same practices as steam, sans great deals of course. So, if they are to compete with steam, naturally they will be compared.
I'm trying to explain these things to you, but you seem to struggle with basic concepts.