And of course GOG are cowards and won't even respond here and explain why was my GOGmix deleted (and why so late) other than "because we can". Pathetic.
But you already posted their reply here
. What makes you think that they would say anything different just because of this thread?
This was a reply made by a PR pawn who just copy/pastes usual responses. I would like to hear someone higher up the ladder who would go on record and admit that they don't give a rat's ass about a customer, only companies (even as small as Beamdog).
As for my GOGmix, they've only deleted it after I've added Neverwinter Nights to the list, somehow it didn't bother them for almost a year
(I've added this gogmix the moment Beamdog has hijacked Planescape Torment:, so it was in Febrauary or March 2017). And it's been on the top this whole time and several Beamdog fanboys complained about it and asked GOG why do they allow this. But GOG doesn't give a rat's ass about their customers so it's not surprising they didn't comply until Beamdog told them to do so.
I was wondering why they'd pick now after all this time the list has been up (feels like longer than a year) but this makes perfect sense with the next BeamDog hackjob of a classic on the horizon.
They've only created a single game themselves and it was steaming linear tripe.
They haven't even created one game, SoD is just a mod (although more complex than their usual hack jobs). And yeah, it's obvious that NWN was the reason they've acted now.