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June 3rd, 2013, 10:45
In my opinion if it works it's because it's an isolated approach and that point bring them something that probably compensate for more than the possible loss. It's also a way to create a distinction and get fame.

And for editors or dev contributing, that's not Gog but their decision, it's made on old games they don't know sell anyway, or from indie dev that anyway suspect DRM too.

But from a more general point of view, just remove any DRM from any game released, I don't think it would be wise.
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