I have almost 500 games in Gog and more than 2500 in Steam. I'll wish to buy only in one of these stores and I prefer GOG. But GOG had a big problem (It's a opinion personal and dont want to open a new boring post talking about it) :
1. I need a lot of more racing and sport games. I love it a lot.
2. More AAA games (I'm happy that GOG is solving this issue with a lot of AAA games including in his games catalogue)
I don't play games to get achievements, don't use galaxy or another thing. I only need offline dowload packages of the games.
But each time a racing game (mostly Codemaster racing games) is retired from Steam catalogue (Grid 2 - Dirt 3 - ... ) without having been released in GOG... I always think if I should buy only games in Steam.
¿Do you think GOG is interesting in get sport games?. I meant, ¿is GOG making any effort to add Codemasters racing games and other sport games to their games catalogue?
I'm sorry for my horrible English.
Edit: There are a lot of great or funny games that I "think" (obviusly, it's a personal opinion) could get realeased in GOG easily:
For example in this bundle there are any of them: https://www.fanatical.com/es/bundle/fanatical-anthology-racing-bundle
GT Legends, GTR Evolution, Race 07.
Also GTR 1 and 2, Race Injection and many others.
I imagine they'd at least try to get the racing games back that had been sold on GoG before but were removed due to expired licensing (I think, not sure) years ago:
GoG likely looks and tries to get racing games/sports games in general on the store, but the reasons that they don't end up here are likely the infestation with micro-transactions/lootbox mechanics/always-online DRM and license-holders like Codemasters not willing (for reasons) to sell DRM-free versions of their games. From a technical point of view I imagine it's also no trivial thing or even nigh impossible to remove the micro-transactions/lootbox mechanics and the always-online requirement to get a truly DRM-free version.