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June 3rd, 2013, 18:52
Originally Posted by Ihaterpg View Post
And for editors or dev contributing, that's not Gog but their decision
Actually, it's your (our) choice. At least in the long run it is the consumers choice. You buy the game, you support the DRM strategy.

Many customers do not realize that. Or just fail to show some self-control when supporting bad products.

Originally Posted by GhanBuriGhan View Post
Well, I tend to think that good games will find a way to remain available. I mean we play games on GOG now that were released on floppies although few of us probably have one of those drives still in our computer (and fewer still actually use it). Some will be lost for sure, but those that really have fans will resuface as abandonware projects or on GOG like services.
Mostly, such games will probably resurface in form of the illegal versions that already exist. Which show that even always-online is a joke, and the joke (as usual) is mainly on the paying customers.
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