Workshop is not needed for these, they are just files. But yes, I do look upon workshop enabled games as inferior, and anything where there is not parity between the two, that really is the definition of inferior and parity. Should have been sorted out before releasing for sale , wasting my time and others.
But you know that GOG does not have a workshop or something similar and therefore EVERY game that is using it will be inferior on Steam - you don't need GOG to tell you this.
Yes, and as I clearly pointed out, those files do not need to be delivered by workshop. They are paid dlc for a game.
And no, not every game which has workshop is inferior, some models still believe in open modding and not monetising/drm ing mods, be using moddb and (to a lesser extent) nexus. Workshop is a clear example of monopoly.
I understand that it's a gray area, but we should probably be happy that GOG doesn't support having paid mods.
It is DLC. In fact it’s probably more content than most DLC available on gog, just look at the portrait packs, or weapon packs etc.