Does GOG try to cover losses, with this newfound "tactic" or something?
Putting something on sale, then proceed to announcing its removal within a very short deadline?
As of late, this be a pattern, yarr. And isn't it a bit too fishy, that so many games, in so short time, have their "licenses expired"? I mean, i 've never seen anything like that, on Steam, Origin, or otherwise. At least, of such caliber, magnitude and being repeated systematically/excessively. While it actually seems like a boon/blessing (forewarn), from other perspectives, it seems dubious as hell. And with the official abolishment of core or not policies of old, as well as the stealthy/silent double crossing of service's (former, well-established and easily recognizable that set it apart) values (uncensored games, wishlist votes matter etc) in the picture, thing seems a bit... Strange? Dunno.
You can let us know in advance, anytime you feel like, when this place becomes a generic, Modern, AAA and indie games exclusive store; this will be greatly appreciated, plus prevent misunderstandings.
Post edited February 19, 2020 by KiNgBrAdLeY7