Posted December 17, 2020
If that's true, it's still irrelevant, and it's still zero excuse for GOG to bend the knee and stop the release.
Turbo-Beaver: Seems they proudly announced the release of this game on Weibo (Chinese Twitter). If that's true, then the backlash was predictable.
They could, alternatively, simply ignore the backlash...just like they constantly ignore the many different backlashes that emerge from actual GOG customers on this very forum who are bringing up actually legitimate issues.
The alleged Weibo/Twitter complainers are not GOG customers and their complaint and demand for censorship is not legitimate. So why would GOG break their long-standing precedent of ignoring backlashes, in order to pander to non-GOG-customers' illegitimate one?
Post edited December 17, 2020 by Ancient-Red-Dragon