I think a new constant pricepoint might confuse some.
how would it be confusing? is this the same theoretical people that can't manage to install a game themselves unless steam walks them through it(you hear about them on the we want a client wishlists. "steam is easier its too hard to open a website to buy/download and
install or run games from my computer without a client combining them. You're asking me to do TWO different things. Its fatiguing")? cause if thats what'd hold gog back from pricing some games at $3 should they really be worrying about people who likely can't feed themselves either?
besides how'd it be more confusing than a site with only a $6 and $10 pricepoint selling some games at $25 like it is now?
got my support, I don't see why there couldn't be lower non sale price points like 2.99, 3.99 and 4.99
There's no reason not to now they've broken out of their old two price point structure.
I voted yes for this - it would allow GOG more flexibility on older games that can't be bundled and aren't worth $5.99.
GOG should cut price points altogether. It used to be good to force certain price on old games they have aquired (look! Everyone's price is the same!) But now, it's pointless.
couldn't think of anything else to say i couldn't just piece together from whats already there.
It would help sales for sure, plus bring traffic to the site. GOG would be more competitive with Steam and Green Man Gaming as well.
I would pay 6$ for this!
But it's $2.99 on DotEmu, and if it goes up on GOG for more than that, it'll make GOG look bad.
A cheaper price but without the freebies - wallpapers, avatars etc
how many people even care about wallpapers and avatars? do you buy games for them? its nice gog has it but
I'm certainly not paying double for something to get them. Also not paying double to have the same purchase on gog. its drm free on dotemu
already so what'd be the point? sure it'd only be $3 more dollars but why?
(irrelevant but on the subject why is a scan of the manual something that'd be considered a bonus extra?)
I also didn't buy any of the d&d games here. I got them bundled elsewhere(their standard price elsewhere was lower than their diamonds of d&d discount sale price on gog and when the bundle went on sale recently they asked $10 for the lot of em(also drm free))
gog has to be able to compete and on some potential products(like some older games that don't fit neatly into a bundle -see examples in other people's posts) that would mean lower permanent pricepoints when they're already drm free elsewhere.
so I don't know why they wouldn't have a 2.99 price for some things but then again I don't run gog so whatever