yeah there are a few of those ,but they usually wont connect well with the majority , probably not a good thing for their future
I'd say not good for the majorty given in my experience those that tend to want the newest shiny product if they don't get out of that mindset after a set age tend to be the ones that ''try to keep up with the jones'' you know the sort that spend beyond what they can afford usually to appeal to others rather then be smart to aviod going into debt atleast for awhile if not for the rest of their life. While the ones not for the new shiny stuff so often after a set age tend to be smart enough to avoid that debt trap too many get themselves in anymore .. the only downside to the prior tends to be waiting tabit too long to get better solutations or better variants of something.. For example I still stumbernly refuse to give up some old P/2 mice and keyboards as they still work great and easy to fix when a usb laser mouse or usb keyboard would be better in many ways same with in a sense Bluetooth keyboard and mouse when latency doesn't matter among other similar crude..
Granted for others there can be far more downsides as I have always been a introvert by nature .. So odds are for others there is more downsides then I have over it
Anyway whatever the case I do wonbder if this gay will bring in more then the cost of hosting it brings as it seems like the type of game that won't make much if any money on Gog
Everyone has old habits they don't let go of, that's how it goes when you get older. I got quite a few Nos now that I am 40 lol.
But eh if a Kid wants to play this today or someone else wants to play it for Nostalgias sake, why not.
Despite all the crying it really does not infringe on anyone,
Even if it won't sell enough to make up the hosting/Tandieme(?) costs, everyone selling stuff hosted on their servers will have that problem, and I'm obviously sure GOG had that problem before ?
I would assume someone figured this is an addition worth being added, if you think about it, the size of this game is a pittance compared to modern Games, even if it does not sell like hot gravy it might still be a net plus.
If there is a large cost in hosting, it would also mean there is a lot of interest.
So basically win win.
Come on, we all know the only people who use GOG are 30+ boomers.
Boomers are in their 60+
I'd say the majority of GoG users would be GenX
There are Millennials in their 30s
40 here and I consider myself the "unnamed Generation" thankfully.