Posted January 25, 2021
As far as I know, galaxy auto-updates only games that are installed on one's computer. Since I have only one game installed at a time, which I uninstall as soon as I finish playing it, this is practically useless for me. Instead, I use gogrepoc, which auto-updates all my 1700+ games on my external HDD, as needed, without me having to check anything.
mrkgnao: For me, personally, galaxy has no feature that I want, so the only thing I would get from using it is my games taking just a bit longer to load, which is why I don't use it (or any other client).
The_Puppet94: The feature for me, why I use Galaxy is the convenience that all my latest released games which got big patches they simple need to improve the game, are automatic. I don't need to do a thing. I do not launch my games with the galaxy client, I launche them in their game files with their .exe I dont care for online updated gamefiles and whatever else the features of galaxy are. The only feature selling it to me is the automatic updates. I dont need to check all my games if there is a patch or whatever its taken care of.
I wouldn't call it "nice"; I would call it "basic".
mrkgnao: For me, yes. What I want to avoid is this current lottery where, buying a game, I don't know whether it has single player online walls.
The_Puppet94: We can agree that labeling games properly for this "hidden" multiplayer walls in single player games would be nice so we customers can simple choose if we want that or not. And yeah I think this is bad but its not an DRM issue.
Post edited January 25, 2021 by mrkgnao