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I made a thread where we can post any and all GOG-related info from other sites and discuss them, so we stop cluttering the forum. Bookmark this thread, and post the link, with the name of the site and date of the article/interview in bolded letters, as follows :

The Escapist 16 July 2013 :

Post edited July 17, 2013 by Licurg
+rep, great idea Licurg.

Playstation Gang 10 July 2013:
Post edited July 17, 2013 by SCPM
Lets hope it doesn't die.

AusGamers, 1 July 2013

GOG.com Discusses DRM with AusGamers in the Wake of the Xbox One Debacle

Note: Have posted this one before.
gamesonnet Part 1 July 15, 2013:


gamesonnet Part 2 July 16, 2013:

Someone bump this once in a while(preferably with a new article, if available) so people know it exists.
Something like this should be a sticky thread.
Kristian: Something like this should be a sticky thread.
That's probably not gonna happen...
Nice thread idea!
Good idea. Heck, GOG themselves could make and maintain a thread of this, where staff like Trevor Longino could post the latest links. He should know who GOG is talking to, after all. And PR is PR, even when internal, and helps build the community in this case.
Bumping this so people know about it.
From the gamesonnet interview, TET sounds as bothered by the censored versions as we are. Wonder if that means the games will be fixed ?
BUMPing this so people know about it.
Kristian: Something like this should be a sticky thread.
Licurg: That's probably not gonna happen...
I just contacted GOG about making it a sticky - can't hurt, can it?
HypersomniacLive: I just contacted GOG about making it a sticky - can't hurt, can it?
You can try, tho I doubt it'll do much.
PC Gamer, 19 July 2013


“[People] appreciate it,” Iwinski said. “Then they tell their friends we are doing a good job and we respect them. And ultimately it will result in a sale. Some people are saying, ‘Why do you do that? You could have charged for it!’ Yeah. But I think the value in the whole proposition is that we are honest, straightforward, and fair, and this pays back. So you can call it a business model, in a way.”
Full interview:

Gamasutra, 19 July 2013
Post edited July 19, 2013 by mondo84