Posted February 25, 2015
That's how I read it, but I can see where it could be ambiguous.
madth3: In my response to BMF59 I mean that I did not see any purpose in choosing to not sell the game at all.
As someone opposed to censorship, I think GOG has taken the right course here in at least carrying the game for the customers they can. And while I normally applaud efforts to put the "civil" back in "civilisation", I think education rather than censorship is the way to go. But education is complex and dangerous for the status quo, whereas censorship is cheap and easy. No wonder governments go for the latter.