If so, it shouldn't have happened. Period.
I understand the problem we all have with all this regional pricing, and as (I believe) you get lumped in with the Euro this hits you hard. Yet would you not rather the price be something you have to wait for a sale on and the game actually be available, then never have said games to even buy.
If you go to any other gaming store then Shiny Loot I believe you will have to pay a regional price. So GOG lost the battle with the pricing. So we all whine about the prices and only buy games on sales, but do not say you would rather not have the games here. Please.
Actually, on GOG there seem to be only a few publishers that insisted on EU price for all the EU, the rest seem to apply it for Eurozone only, so I get the standard one. So it's not that much about what I get, but about the principle of it, treat it just the same whether it affects me or not.
So no, definitely don't want to have those games here, as having them here means they'll be bought by some (definitely not be me, not even for one cent, and I also won't touch any non-regionally-priced games with publishers that have others on here that are regionally priced) and those publishers supported in their crap practices. I may want them here only if not a single person would buy them, to make a point, but then they obviously wouldn't be here in the first place, so...
And there are lots of games out there, and many of us have backlogs to last years.
Edit: Actually, regionally priced for me are only Age of Wonders 3 (standard and deluxe, but not
the DLC) and The Vanishing of Ethan Carter. That's all. So no, don't particularly care (didn't even know for sure till I checked now) what affects me directly, but as long as it negatively affects somebody, it shouldn't be supported.
(Also, by what those who have scripts said, Halfway, Gone Home and Shadow Warrior 2013 now no longer have higher prices, the regional part being that Russia gets a significantly lower price and the Eurozone and in case of GH and SW also the UK get a slightly lower one, by a matter of cents. Setting those separately in the list.)