that they will grant thousands of items on users' wishlists for free on Monday, so now's the perfect time to make sure yours is in order! Here's the entire tweet:
Many out of ten gamers agree: a healthy wishlist means a happy lifestyle. Especially on Monday. Here's why:
-We're granting thousands of wishes to GOG users for #free!
-The most wishlisted games will get super cheap!
Awesome, right? But we're not mind readers, so you know... (START YOUR WISHLIST)
We'll be granting thousands of wishes to active GOG.COM members on Monday, April 16. Awesome, right? We're not mind readers though, so, you know...
Not much of a difference between the two announcements. Anyway, we must keep in mind that they stated "the most wishlisted games will get super cheap", which makes it quite plausible that "we're granting thousands of wishes to GOG users for #free" can mean that GOG will bring the free Command & Conquer games, which got thousands of votes in the community wishlist. And who knows what other "free" wishes are in there... :P
My only hope is that they fixed the wishlist notifications, because they broke it at some point, and I got notifications for discounts that didn't even exist. If they didn't fix it and I'll get another inexistent discount, I'll empty my wishlist and unsubscribe from everything GOG. Their so-called incentive to make wishlists rather makes me think about more spam than anything good.
Sure, it's their 10th anniversary. But I bet they won't release GOGGalaxy for Linux, nor fix longstanding site bugs. Just another big discount thing, and maybe
some new free-for-all games. Nowadays I have a very low opinion of GOG. It's a good thing, though - it's hard to get even more disappointed.