Gamespot:Online storefront executives explain site's new approach, fighting piracy but not treating players like pirates, and getting publishers to embrace DRM-free gaming.
I bought The Witcher 2 from GOG. I do miss the auto-update from Steam (and updating this game manually isn't very easy), but I really like GOG's way of thinking about DRM-free and global releases. I refused to buy some games on Steam (like the ones from Ubisoft) because of draconic DRM, and I stopped buying games on Direct-2-Drive because a lot of games couldn't be bought on my country. Even some games on Steam can't be bought everywhere, like Bully.
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