Fully agrees. But lately, though, GOG curation gives me second thoughts. 5 games only in my "to buy" list, "are apparently too niche" for Canc... I mean, Curators. And we are talking about games with 500-600 + votes each (with more than one entries in wishlist, even), or 4000 + in some cases... Said games are on Steam, though.
Only GOG can make me jump off GOG's boat, exactly as it once made me abandon piracy and start buying. And hits keep coming. First, it was the principles and policies of old, given up! Then, the moderation came. Before we knew it, even the name/functionality behind it, was cast aside (Good Old Games)... Then client, achievements, profiles, tracking and all those things happened, so as to lure "modern" gamers, millenials and other "charismatic" individuals, inside. And the last nail in the coffin, "Curation". More modern games of questionable allure, instead of Good Oldies... More indies, less classics... New and shiny, instead of old and trusted.
GOG is slowly becoming Steam, or more precisely, Steam-Wannabe. And with a much smaller inventory, at that. Thinning it further, even against people's wishes and votes, at that! And with that Niche and Niche effword thrown around constantly!
Post edited February 16, 2019 by KiNgBrAdLeY7