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Something GOG may consider when it actually has enough developers to filter

I keep winding up with games on Steam advertising full game pad support but they don't
work with Logitechs set to X-input, which 98% of my other games do (and the few that don't I can easily Pinnacle).

I'm not sure if this is intentional due to Microsoft favoritism or just lack of experience and knowledge in Unity.

Right now on Steam it would save a lot of hassle to be able to block a developer or publisher so that their games just simply do not appear while we're browsing the catalogue.
Are you complaining about something on Steam here and wish GOG to do solve it better?
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carnival73:
https://www.gog.com/wishlist/site
Actually not a bad idea, if you'd like to block games from a developer who, for instance, refuses to put available patches on the store.
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HereForTheBeer: Actually not a bad idea, if you'd like to block games from a developer who, for instance, refuses to put available patches on the store.
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It would help widdle down the pages you browse when you're browsing for something new

It sucks going through the sales section and having pass through page after page going 'scammer', 'scammer', 'scammer', 'hentai', 'tower defense', scammer..' and then, twenty minutes later, 'Oh Dark Souls 3 for $5.99'