you guys need to stop being so damn picky with what games come to your platform. don't be like steam where they let anything on but quit being so strict. you also need tell developers to update their fucking games here when on steam it's up to date and on gog it's like almost a few years out of date. threaten them that you'll remove their game from gog if they no longer want to support your platform and give money back. this is only good for the consumer.
like you guys can be strict and stuff all you want but atleast be fair to the consumers on your site. why does compile heart only have the first 3 neptunia games on here when on steam they have like over 10 or something? some developers drop support for this site and I don't know it's BECAUSE you're too strict or what but atleast set it up like when a developer puts alot of games on gog and then suddenly quits, the least you can do is contact the developer/publisher and talk to them on why they're not supporting your website anymore.
I mean I don't want an exact steam like competitor but shit...
This has been discussed for pages in several threads. According to the date your account is registered you might however simply just missed it.
Short form: Being strict but not too strict is a fine and very subjective line. People might want to have some games here but GOG is thinking they would not fit here and/or being sold. So deciding which game gets here and which not might get difficult and GOG might also make mistakes but in the end it's their decision because it's their store. If you want a game to come here best way is the community wishlist.
The problem about missing updates in my experiences is mostly not on GOGs side. Just contact devs/publishers and ask them yourself. Good devs will tell you that they will update the game right away (or at least take a look at the situation and come back later) - bad devs will tell you ... nothing - very bad devs might even tell you that they have issues and won't update the game on GOG (yes, I am talking to you "Perception" devs). Only in some cases the update is already at GOG and GOG for whatever reason is not uploading it (not enough time, problems they figured out when they tested it or other problems). I am quite sure GOG is asking devs like crazy for the newest update as soon as they are aware there actually is one available. So if you find one which is missing here, just contact them and tell them. However GOG simply does not want to FORCE their partners to do anything. Threatening them might have negative effects too especially since many devs only see GOG as an additional bonus. There has been several suggestions how GOG could better the situation with lazy devs not updating their games (which should be a legal obligation imo since we all paid the same money!) and GOG also is aware of the situation but GOG has to figure out a way to put pressure on the publishers without losing them and maybe even others along with them. This might sound easy in theory but I guess it's not so easy in business life.