That's a bit unfair. Out of 100 games GOG sells, one of them has a bug that isn't even a game breaker and suddenly they are an evil, greedy company that is just in it for your money, quality be damned? If the (albeit short) history of this service is any indication, they will eventually correct it, if it is at all possible. The last time they released a game that had an unexpected bug, it took them almost two weeks to produce a solution, but in the end they had one. There is no reason to expect any different this time.