Went and asked on their Steam forum if Paradise Lost was coming to GOG. No response at all from the devs. Kinda dissapointing to be honest, either they're incredibly busy or are actively ignoring the GOG Postal fanbase. Sincerely hope it's the former, RWS seem to be nice people.
I doubt they'll respond, because if they come here and look at what they responded before they'll see how they haven't held up their end of the bargain and people aren't too impressed. Saying anything more at this point isn't going to help the situation as nobody is going to believe a word they say now no matter how nice they seem to be.
People can be really nice and also irresponsible. They can promise the world, mean to deliver the world, and be incapable or incompetant of actually doing so. I think they originally said what they really meant to do, and that they had good intentions, but if you mean to do something and have good intentions to do it and say you're going to do it, then you have to do it and do it in a reasonable time frame or else people tend to think you're full of shit and lose faith in you as well as losing trust for anything you say.
That's where I'm at at this point, I think they meant well but overstated they were going to do things that they were not capable of following through in the end. I think they're running on a shoestring budget and that every game sale ensures they have another meal to eat tomorrow and that their entire attention is spent solely on what will bring in the most money tomorrow. I think GOG sales of Postal games do not even buy milk for their kids so instead of following through on the promises they made to the GOG fan base here, they redirect every single minute of their activity towards future projects/products that will generate revenue on Steam to have another meal to eat.
If they suddenly dropped a new game down on Steam and it raked in several million dollars enough to clear their debts or whatever and they had some breathing room, then perhaps they would finally come through on promises they made here. Sadly, I don't think that's going to happen, and I don't think we'll hear any more words from them in the GOG forums either because they lied to us, and they know they lied to us.
Coming back here and making more promises or saying anything at this point would probably be embarrassing for them knowing that they lied to us. They know they'd probably get some flak from it too so what would they have to gain from coming here and saying anything? Probably nothing.
If I would have known for sure that they were never going to release any more of their products here, such as them straight out saying they weren't going to do it, or if they even said "we're not sure at this point but it's possible" that would have been much more honest, and I'd feel quite differently about them right now. If I didn't want to wait it out, I would have then already bought the games on Steam as I'm not Steam averse. But they said it would come here and I waited and waited like many of you going on their word, and now their words turned out to be lip service that aren't going to materialize into reality. So I don't trust them now, and I wont buy their games on Steam either because who knows what other kinds of promises they've broken to the rest of the fan base as well.
I dunno about everyone else but I had a good vibe from RWS and thought they were a different kind of company, not just because of their games, but the way they handled themselves publicly and their seeming fondness for breaking out of the mold, out of the normalcy in gaming. In the end it turns out they're just another company milking as much money out of their products as possible where they see dollar signs show up, and ignoring anything else out there. Who knows, maybe they'll join forces with Sean Murray and Postal 4 will take place on 18 quintillion planets or something.