A bunch of other pricing issues have been named (POLLEN, Rayman Origins, Way Of The Red), should I include those? Thoughts?
I personally care less about price disparities because I usually buy games on sales only anyway, and if I feel the price is ok, I don't really care if it is even cheaper in some other store or region (e.g. Russians get their games always much cheaper than me I guess, even in GOG). For example, should we list all games that have at any point of time been sold for $1 in Humble Bundles?
Still, I have some academic interest to the price disparities though, like why do they exist. Some e.g. say that on some regions GOG costs more because Steam uses different regional pricing schemes, and/or GOG uses USD as the default currency, or something like that. It is all kinda complicated, apparently...
edit 7: Added Amnesia for featuring a bug that makes the game near-unplayable on Win10. This has been fixed on Steam but not on gog.
I guess it is ok to be on the list for now, but what I understood from the discussion was that this is a bug introduced in some new Windows 10 update, AND Microsoft is currently working on fixing it. https://bugzilla.libsdl.org/show_bug.cgi?id=3931
There's this comment there:
But I guess it is ok to be on the list until either MS fixes their bug, or the GOG version gets a "workaround fix". Hopefully that workaround fix will still work if MS fixes their bug, or would the game break again at that point? :)
Odd though, that bugzilla report is currently reported as "RESOLVED FIXED"? So has Microsoft already made a fix, and now it is only about it getting downloaded to Windows 10 users in next update? I sent a question in the Amnesia thread to the GOG user who linked to that bugzilla report... Or maybe the status is referring to the SDL workaround then...