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JudasPhysicist: I'm just asking for parity between Steam and Gog's prices, at least give me a reason to consider buying from
the Gog store rather than defaulting to Steam.
Stick to the steam. GOG is not a viable option any more for many countries ever since they ended the fair pricing program. It feels like GOG is struggling to remain competitive in larger markets like Russia or US at the expense of a lot of smaller markets
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JudasPhysicist: I'm just asking for parity between Steam and Gog's prices, at least give me a reason to consider buying from
the Gog store rather than defaulting to Steam.
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anzial: Stick to the steam. GOG is not a viable option any more for many countries ever since they ended the fair pricing program. It feels like GOG is struggling to remain competitive in larger markets like Russia or US at the expense of a lot of smaller markets
Seems that way.
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JudasPhysicist: I'm just asking for parity between Steam and Gog's prices, at least give me a reason to consider buying from
the Gog store rather than defaulting to Steam.
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anzial: Stick to the steam. GOG is not a viable option any more for many countries ever since they ended the fair pricing program. It feels like GOG is struggling to remain competitive in larger markets like Russia or US at the expense of a lot of smaller markets
I agree with you
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We’ve updated exchange rates and the current ones are as follows:

5.99$ = 4.99 EUR = 4.49 GBP = 8.09 AUD = 450 RUB = 22.09 PLN = 50.7 SEK = 52.6 NOK = 36.70 DKK = 5.39 CHF = 7.79 CAD = 31.09 BRL = 39.00 CNY

9.99$ = 8.29 EUR = 7.49 GBP = 13.49 AUD = 749 RUB = 36.89 PLN = 84.50 SEK = 87.80 NOK = 61.30 DKK = 8.99 CHF = 12.89 CAD = 51.79 BRL = 65.00 CNY

14.99$ = 12.39 EUR = 11.19 GBP = 20.19 AUD = 1129 RUB = 55.29 PLN = 126.80 SEK = 131.70 NOK = 92.00 DKK = 13.39 CHF = 19.39 CAD = 77.79 BRL = 98.00 CNY
Winter sale tomorrow?! So closely to Cyberpunk release is difficult but... why not? :)
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Yay for EU, https://www.pcgamer.com/au/eu-commission-fines-valve-and-five-pc-publishers-euro78-million-for-geo-blocking-games/

"investigations began in 2017" and "These breaches concern the same European countries, and took place over the period March 2007 to November 2018." GOG starts their local pricing i.e. regional price blocking in 2019, so congrats to GOG for dodging the EU fines.
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Leevi: Yay for EU, https://www.pcgamer.com/au/eu-commission-fines-valve-and-five-pc-publishers-euro78-million-for-geo-blocking-games/

"investigations began in 2017" and "These breaches concern the same European countries, and took place over the period March 2007 to November 2018." GOG starts their local pricing i.e. regional price blocking in 2019, so congrats to GOG for dodging the EU fines.
To be fair, geo-blocking is not the same thing as regional pricing. Former has to do with prohibiting selling a particular game in a particular country and latter just determines variable pricing for variable countries but the game is still sold to anyone anywhere.
Post edited 2 days ago by anzial
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Leevi: Yay for EU, https://www.pcgamer.com/au/eu-commission-fines-valve-and-five-pc-publishers-euro78-million-for-geo-blocking-games/

"investigations began in 2017" and "These breaches concern the same European countries, and took place over the period March 2007 to November 2018." GOG starts their local pricing i.e. regional price blocking in 2019, so congrats to GOG for dodging the EU fines.
GOG started regional pricing in Feb 2014 (well, actually first did it temporarily for Witcher 2 when forced through a lawsuit by the publisher of the retail version, reversing it as soon as they could, then in 2014 it became policy). That's a different pile of crap from regional blocking. They started doing that when they launched the German storefront, in Feb 2015.