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maybe we shouldn't point at such things in the thread, just by pm
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apehater: maybe we shouldn't point at such things in the thread, just by pm
Wouldn't matter - as soon as I alert a blue they would ask around the office and it would become public knowledge at GOG regardless. Not the kind of thing one can address part-way.

The only real alternative would be to have not brought it up at all, in which case the games might still be available through the glitch. But sooner or later the gate would have been shut.
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toxicTom: Companies losing millions of sets of customer data get away with saying "sorry". But accidentally selling the wrong computer game to a German might take you out of business...
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IAmSinistar: Just imagine, some neo-nationalist defaces a synagog and they find a copy of Commandos on a thumb drive in his backpack. Down comes the hammer on GOG! All because they let him see a hakenkreuz in a videogame. ~_~
In my experience the common neo-nazis are not people to "waste time" playing games. They are too busy drinking cheap beer and beating people up. And they would never play a game that involves fighting the Third Reich.
On the plus-side, maybe we can look forward to the region locks failing every time Fallout leaves our shelves ;)
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IAmSinistar: The only real alternative would be to have not brought it up at all, in which case the games might still be available through the glitch. But sooner or later the gate would have been shut.
A little like Insomnia: "A glitch! How many copies can be sold to Australians/Germans until it's fixed?". ;-)