Would you honestly believe them if they did release a statement?
Had they released a statement regarding that thig they could have at least pretended that they care. But why should they. They are being very transparent about it - they do not give a fuck about us, their customers, nor our safety. They do, however, care about our money. And I am fine with that. Sure thing, they mind their money business. But then, knights in shiny armour like yourself come to save the poor princess Gog, who try to sell us little stories about how good the Gig is, and to teach us the legal regulations regarding the relation between Gog and CDPR. That is the bigger issue. Also, Gog has been pulling such genius moves recently, that we should totally trust them everything they say. Totally.
I think you have confused me with someone else. I don't white knight GOG or anything. In fact, I've been a pretty straight forward naysayer of theirs for years. I dislike how they handle things, how bad their web coding is, how incompetent the support team are at times, and how completely mired in stupidity the forum software is, and they're too incompetent to fix it because the guy who cobbled it together in 1997 left and now trying to unfuck their site without a complete rewrite of everything is not feasible.
However, I don't needlessly bash them either. These are two different companies that dont share resources or employees. So make it seem like its one company with two fronts all you like, but that is an incorrect assessment. There is no need for GOG to respond to something CDPR did than there is for the shipping department to respond to people over what accounts payable did.
Of course they care about what happened at a company that they work closely with because they are part of the same umbrella company. That doesn't mean they need to make a press release about everything that happens with CDPR. "Hey we want you to buy this thing that our sister company is making because it will make us a shitload of cash too" yeah totally comparable situation there. But I'm the ironic genius.
Sure. They should make presses when it suits them fine, and totally avoid addressing the problems. Nice logic, totally. I see no fallacy here at all. Totally.
I'll only respond to this once, instead of thrice. Go ahead. What logical fallacy did I employ? They will promote an item they want to promote, and not items they don't They weren't attacked, why would they need to reassure you that they weren't? By the way, I wasn't hit by a car today. Someone near me was, but not me. Makes total sense to report on events that didn't happen.