Jeez. I mean I agree that a non-DRM version of a game trumps steam's "license" system any day, but the situation is far more complex than just DRM vs non-DRM. Pricing, availability, purchase options, exclusives, game version maintenance / features etc all play a role. For some, just being able to buy a game, play it through and move on never to play it again is enough for them, and I can understand that. For these gamers, the "evils" of using a client to dictate the game installation and usage isn't a huge concern (until it bites them on the ass of course).
In my book, encouragement of players to support GOG is fantastic! But don't demonize users here for using other storefronts as well. After all, some are buying games on sale on steam (cheaper) and if they love it, buy it on GOG to keep them. But by all means, keep slapping that bull on the ass by posting this can of worms here.
Post edited February 17, 2019 by Braggadar