This is good. A rule of thumb when it comes to new polices such as fair region pricing is let the old games be old under the old system if you need to and make sure that the new ones stick to the new system. This means you can keep both your policy and your games. Like having your cake and eating it to.
OK GOG, you had your pudic little "we won't allow regional pricing on old games" spiel
, you can now bring back the Nordic catalogue regionally priced too.
Wonder what will happen once distribution contracts will have to be renewed - I doubt any publisher will choose flat over regional pricing, even for their old games. And once regional pricing has become the norm instead of the exception, what will happen to the "fair price package"?
I think they should use the fair price system but allow their older games to remain region priced if needed.