A warning some hours ahead would have been great. I was interested in the game and might have bought it.
Well if you are interested and accept the game won't be updated, and decline your right for the refund they now offer...
I assume contacting them about buying it may still work. Do let us know about Gog's response, as it is interesting to see their stance over buying games that aren't officially supported anymore.
Yeah, but it doesn't necessarily mean their games are bad. We can still lose good games simply because the devs are lazy/stupid.
oh, i know. that's what drives me crazy. i hate the idea of dragons dogma or other heavy hitters being delisted because of something so... so... dumb. i wish i could understand the difficulty of maintaining two up-to-date builds versus just one. i'd love to hear from a dev as to why this is so incredibly challenging on their end.
Me as well. I suppose Gog should introduce a new tag as *Not In Dev* for titles that are getting updates on other platforms but will only get an update "at some later point" when the dev will be willing to spend the time to make it into the DRM-free build.
I assume considering there aren't any game breaking bugs some clients will still be willing to buy the DRM-free build regardless, but informed and have a better refund policy for such games, such as 7 days automatic refund in conjunction with In Dev titles 14 days.