It is, compared with how GOG has backed down on just about everything else they were about originally. They're still DRM free and global pricing but most of the other stuff has been dumped in the bin to increase sales.
The backed down on what exactly ?
They still sell old games, as many as before, DRM-free, no region restriction (with the only exception being W2), and same price for everybody. All the rest, newer games,etc are "extra" on top of what was before.
The only "old" thing they alter was the 5.99 or 9.99 only pricing scheme.
For one thing the site is Good Old Games, I think that should be something of a hint about what the site is for. They no longer guarantee that there will be goodies that come along with the games and the prices are deviating from their previous scheme even when they are old games.
Previously they would have refused to release the game here if they couldn't release it at one of those price points.
The point is that gog has change substantially and bears very little resemblance to the site when I signed up.
GOG is not losing their focus;they are bringing out as many old games as they ever did.
Now that GOG is beyond criticism but you need to be specific.
My main peeve with GOG is when they release a game in which the conversion to run on a modern computer is not well done. Sadly, that seems to be the case with the Tomb Raider release which a lot of people are having problems with.
Sigh, do I have to buy you people dictionaries? Yes, GOG has lost it's focus, there is no arguing about that point because GOG is no longer focused on retro gaming exclusively, hence less focus.
Also, to the jerks downrepping the OP, get a life, the OP doesn't spend much time on the forum.