Good Old Games, once staunchly opposed to the practice of regional pricing, have about-faced. Games hosted on the GOG platform are no longer assured to have flat prices (the same prices) across regions. They say it's due to publisher pressures - after all, their partners define what titles can be sold and at what prices. The way of it is that introducing these regionally-priced games into their library undermines a valid critique of the industry in favor of growth and profit.
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