Yes yes, blaa blaa blaa... We are all oh so angry.
I am not angry but sad seeing how GoG/CDPR seemingly ignores paying customers' wishes
and complaints for days, weeks, months or altogether over such simple things as QOL improvements for this website, not to mention the many games people wish making their way to this store and having to witness that it takes this company mere seconds to bend down to demands of a bunch of supporters of a foreign government.
If putting pressure on GoG by gamers
- which would mean actual paying customers
in our case - had done something in the past to improve things this place would offer a shopping experience next to none. Alas GoG made their call and there is no going back. Either way they now lost face. About the worst thing that can happen to a company. It isn't going to be the end of GoG/CDPR they just put themselves in line with companies like Blizzard, Epic, both of which once have been hailed for their customer friendliness. No more. Whether GoG will join them remains to be seen.
As long as the situation doesn't change and GoG doesn't reconsider money will stay in my pocket. What seems like a small sign of support to a Taiwanese game developer is also a massive hit for others trying to sell their games here. If GoG/CDPR doesn't reconsider on demand of their paying customers
maybe they will when influencers, media and other developers who now have to face a loss of sales will cause them to. They obviously can't be ignored so easily as we, the common folk, walking talking wallets, or even the gamers
There is still a faint glimmer of hope though it's diminishing fast. No time to lose, GoG, every second counts and the clock is ticking fast.