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I understand, the GOG Store is a place to present me what you have on sale.

BUT, not allowing potential customers to quickly filter the increasing number of content in a meaningful way(!) - whatever the user wants - instead having your "date added" and "oldest first" (=what's the difference?! Look at the non-sensical results!) and equaly non-helpful filters (most sold/most popular) but not having:

Highest Price
Lowest Price
Games only (no-DLC)
DLC only
DLC for games you already own

... is a field, you could quickly and easily improve your Store front?

After all, you want to sell things and not having me leave, because I don't want to spend 2 hours browsing through stuff.

Because ... I won't.

Make it happen, if you like money, GOG staff?
Yes.... why oh why?
gog be goggin'
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buckybit: I understand, the GOG Store is a place to present me what you have on sale.

BUT, not allowing potential customers to quickly filter the increasing number of content in a meaningful way(!) - whatever the user wants - instead having your "date added" and "oldest first" (=what's the difference?! Look at the non-sensical results!) and equaly non-helpful filters (most sold/most popular) but not having:

Highest Price
Lowest Price
Games only (no-DLC)
DLC only
DLC for games you already own

... is a field, you could quickly and easily improve your Store front?

After all, you want to sell things and not having me leave, because I don't want to spend 2 hours browsing through stuff.

Because ... I won't.

Make it happen, if you like money, GOG staff?
The store pages already have buttons(on left side) to filter by price range. I don't know about the rest, though.

(You can also filter by game name or parts of a name by typing it in at the top of the page)
Post edited April 30, 2019 by GameRager
While I don't know how to ONLY see DLC, you can use the "Features" filters to only show games; as far as I know, all games are marked with one or both of Single-player and Multi-player, while no DLC is marked with either. Very few games on GOG are only marked with Multi-player (Gwent being one of them), so unless you know that you're looking for such a game, I would suggest filtering for "Single-player" (covering at least 99% of the catalogue).
Post edited April 30, 2019 by Maighstir