Posted September 25, 2021
You should learn the definitions of words. Hyperbole, definitely, but not fear mongering.
paladin181: They've done it to themselves. They already ruined DRM free. They are no friend to DRM free any longer. I'd be cool if they go out of business. If you don't screw your customers, and they won't screw you back.
Krogan32: Fearmongering & hyperbole. Typical.
And if you think I'm some kind of Steam fan, I think we have nothing more to discuss. I don't care for Steam. It is a better storefront, but in the end, it lacks one important feature. DRM-Free. I have more than twice as many games here as I do on Steam, and many of those weren't available on GOG when I first bought them. I bought about 60-70 of them again on here to support the store and have a DRM-Free copy. I am tired of looking at this shirt and seeing that this game or that game has parts of the single-player experience locked behind online DRM. I'm tired of the push towards the client where a game won't work properly without it (doesn't even directly affect me today, I use Galaxy). I'm tired of GOG betraying the one principle they have left, the one thing that makes them unique. So until they stop going in that direction, I'm done with being tired.