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January 9th, 2014, 16:33
I think (and hope) that they will do well in the future, as there is a HUGE library of old (and will become old) games that will always be around. The only problem, as crpgnut highlighted, is growing their collection and getting licenses to put games drm free on their store.

I think that they are doing very well, and even Steam is following their footsteps by releasing the same old games in GoG.

In the worst case, they will be the portal to release CD Projeckt Red games, much like UPlay or Origin with a DRM free library in the background.

By the way, they have just released Bloodnet on GoG.
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