GOG should fight against those places where some people are not treated equally, not bow before them like they did recently with China.
LOL, no. GOG should not be doing any of that. They're here to sell games and run a business. It's one thing to give a nod or shoutout to the LGBTQ+ community (like they did), which I thought was nice, but it's something totally different to "fight against" or actively shove a view down potential customers throats.
And just stop with the China thing, because right or wrong, everyone else is doing the same thing. Steam isn't selling Devotion, neither is EGS, or anywhere else.
You're probably a phony person yourself saying and acting that way right now, because you no doubt support China in some shape or form. You don't buy or use anything from China? You don't support or comsume media from companies that support or are "in bed" with China in some way (which is basically everyone)?
I see this time and time again from you, and many others, who talk a big game but are fake as ****. You want these companies to stand up and take a stand against China, but are you willing to do the same if it would be a major inconvenience to your life, or actually cost YOU money? It's always a big fat NO. FAKE.
It's all well and good to act a certain way, or outraged about something, when it's someone else compromising themselves or their business by taking a stand. It's the same as this LGBTQ+ topic here - Where post # 40 was right. It's one thing to act all accepting for something when it has no affect on you, but you might find you feeling totally different when it does.