Some users from China
have reported the great firewall of China
is blocking some of GOG's servers so your only option might be to use a proxy or VPN of some sort to bypass government firewalling. Not much GOG can do about that.
Note that Lobstercore is from the Republic Of China
, which is also known as Taiwan. It is not Peoples Republic of China
(or mainland China
), which we in the west usally tend to call "China
". Iirc, the Great Firewall does not extend to Taiwan.
I have been having an extremely frustrating problem, ever since galaxy has come out, I've been unable to access any of my gog games. As far as I know, there are three ways to download our games, and since galaxy has come out, none of them work. I've contacted support several times, but their suggestions don't help, are redundant information from the FAQs, or in the case of the last couple messages I've sent, they have simply gone unanswered. So, in desperation I'm coming here to see if anyone can help.
While i share the intuition of the other commenters that your issue is network-related, there is still a possibility that the problem is caused by your current system configuration (proxy/VPN settings, malware infection, broken stuff, etc...).
Galaxy client is a Beta version (some say it is still more an Alpha version), so funky things can and do happen with Galaxy client at the time of writing this. Its issues might be related to your other issues with GOG downloader and/or the web download, but it could also merely be due to it being in Beta stage...
Anyway, first and foremost you should try figuring out whether the problem is also occurring with another system which is not comparable to your system configuration and which is in a so-called "known good" state. For most people not being IT experts dealing with non-trivial problems, this generally should always be the first step to eliminate a big chunk of possible causes. Knowing where to look at (in your case either your system configuration or your internet connection) will hopefully help you (as well as other people willing to help) to identify and resolve your issues quicker...
You can use a fresh vanilla Windows installation for testing whether the problem is with your system configuration or with your internet connection. While you might have another computer available for doing this test, it is not recommended, because it is unknown what the system configuration and system condition of that other computer is (unless you are an IT expert and you have set up that other computer by yourself - but then you would not need to seek advice here in the forum...). A fresh vanilla Windows installation is in a "known good" state - it is in a working condition, all relevant system settings are having the default values, and those settings and values are known to or can be looked up by anybody. Additionally, on a vanilla installation you do not install any kind of other 3rd-party software to eliminate the risk of 3rd-party software components interfering and messing with network traffic...
You can create yourself a vanilla Windows installation easily on a USB stick (or SD card) with which you can try downloading from your GOG library. Booting from USB flash media should not be problem unless your motherboard is rather ancient. If you don't know how to create a bootable Windows installation on a USB stick, tools like "Universal USB Installer", "WinToUSB" or "Rufus" will help you. Google for them to obtain more information... (FYI: i run Windows 7 Pro x64, and use Universal USB Installer to create my bootable media. For other Windows versions other tools might perhaps be easier - i don't know - hence my advice to google for information...)
Boot the vanilla OS from the USB stick, use its web browser and try downloading Wasteland 2 from the GOG servers. If it still does not work, the problem is certainly related to your internet connection. It might be an issue with the ISPs involved or with the GOG servers (such as wonky or saturated network routes, overzealous anti-DDoS measures, etc...), but it might also be some defective/misconfigured network hardware (like routers/modems/your network adapter). To find out more, you would need to test and observe whether trying to download other things (both from GOG and from other servers) will lead to errors or file corruption as well.
If the vanilla Windows booted from USB stick does not exhibit the download problems, you know that the issue is with your system configuration and you can focus on that. But just to make sure, as a first step do a download again with your real system again to see if the download still doesn''t work (there is a chance that the problem was caused externally, but disappeared while you were testing - you don't want to chase ghosts, right?).