you got it wrong mate. Even I bought mine from gog initially and then the retail, all others were just "lucky" due to the devs generousity that does not imply you shouldn't buy from gog. they do great work over there, I'm not a big fan of those old/indie games but even I can tell how passionate they are in their work. The fact they give so many games for free, backup for ALL Witcher fans (check all witcher not just gog or any particular cliche) and now even done the imaginable - getting rid off drm brining in AC1 from the demon itself! (you know what that means)Mrowakus said:I bought my version of TW2 from GOG. It was more expensive than the regular version, it didn't have nice stuff inside - like manuals, maps etc, but it was all fine and dandy. Now I learn everyone and their dog received the same service I did even if they paid cheaper.
To clarify - I am glad my colleagues who purchased TW2 in retail got what they received. However, to me the message is clear - I will never again buy a new game from GOG because it just doesn't pay. By purchasing games in retail you get a physical copy with all the goodies as well as digital one on GOG. Unfortunately, it doesn't work the other way round.
Similar situation with Fallout 1, in my case, though I am happier with that. I hope more and more people will learn how amazing game it is and support Wasteland 2 when it's ready.
We could also do with some news on TW3, you know? As far as we know, CDPRed didn 't even start working on it. Some concept arts would be cool.
So these are my gripes. No, not disappointments - merely gripes. However, to me it was kind of hard to muster any enthusiasm for the news I received. Can you blame me?
you don't want to purchase from gog in the future? fine. just don't let this be the god dam reason thats what I'm trying to say