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Petrell: It's not really GOG's fault is it? You were just extremely unlucky. If games are on abandonware sites, I doubt you lost more than few dollars/euros (as most classics are either 5.99$/9.99$ or euro equivalent). Can happen anywhere really. In late 90's I bought Voodoo 2 video card for 1500 finnish marks (~250€) only for price to drop to half next week. It wasn't even sale but permanent price reduction.

If you really want to avoid similar situation, buy games only during sales. GOG has regular sales over weekend as well as staff pick sales at begining of the week. Then there's several big sales where large portion of games on catalog goes to sale like Christmas and Summer sale among others. There is usually big sale in autumn celebrating GOG's birthday so big sale may be coming up in near future.
Yes, you're right. And thank you for being a polite human being too (in comparison with some other responses here).

Like I said after cooling down, it cured me of impulsive purchases and to only buy games when they show up on sales from now on (but not anytime soon I'm afraid).

@Emachine9643 : wow, nice to see there's people with fewer rep than me !
Polite human being: "I said I bought two TIMES, not two games, jeez, do you guys really read before you post ?"


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tinyE: Polite human being: "I said I bought two TIMES, not two games, jeez, do you guys really read before you post ?"

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tinyE: That happens to all of us all of the time but you don't see us having fucking temper tantrums about it.

And BTW, your dad said he wanted TWO COATS OF WAX ON THE CAR! So get to it, or no dessert, you immature little twerp.
Yeah, you're the one who can talk about it, obviously ;)