GOG not only doesn't support Singapore currency, but also doesn't have regional prices for Singapore, while Steam does.
Turns out there is SG regional pricing according to MaGog.
This is the list of games with regional pricing in Singapore. Armikrog
This ends the list of games with regional pricing in Singapore.
I provided an identical list for South Africa a month or so ago. Apparently only one developer cares to have regional pricing for every market.
Woah this is hilarious, thanks for the find :) Honestly, thanks for spending time to investigate!
Had an account since 2016 and does not know what DRM free is? Why on earth have brought games here if you don’t u sees tans the point of it?
As for pricing, steam has a bigger library, and hundreds of key sellers all trying to outdo each other. So yes, you can always find cheaper prices for steam. If you have no idea what drm free is, then just use steam, better selection and better prices.
Haven't been gaming for a long time... I am sure there are topics that you don't have a clue about and that doesn't make me write a bitter comment :) Also I registered at GoG as I was a big fan of CD Project Red and bought games when some discounts were happening which were not available at Steam at the time. Thanks for the comment though.
The less people buying the DRM'ed version of games, the better, no? Even if they don't understand what DRM-free means... (the OP never said he/she doesn't see the point of it). ;-)
Quite the opposite. They want multiplayer, achievements, cloud saves, etc. It’s exactly why GOG created galaxy to attract those people. They are not going to complain if denuvo or something else ends up here, it’s just part one of those things, and what is drm free anyways?
Sure, not buying drmd products is great, but only if you understand why drm free is good.
Depends on the purpose I guess, now that it was explained - for me personally it doesn't make a huge difference, however I like the devs and supporting them as well.