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Ultima Underworld 1+2, Syndicate Plus and Syndicate Wars have been be removed from the store "on publisher's request"
Statistic applies to purchases since adoption of permissive refund policy
Update: Red Candle apologizes to interested players, says it "won't stop striving"
New policy allows for customers to get their money back even if the game was played
The Witcher franchise continues to drive Polish publisher's results as Cyberpunk 2077 sees "final, most intensive phase of development"
Digital distributor celebrates milestone, ten years after launching programme
Inkle's adventure game will be added to the storefront despite GOG's initial refusal
Eight more series to be removed, but 2K is working on getting Tales from the Borderlands reinstated to digital storefronts
"With an increasing share paid to developers, our cut gets smaller," says digital distributor
Estimated 10% of total staff may have been affected due to revenue share competition from other storefronts
JourneyQuest producers pull content, saying "We cannot do business with a company that doesn't take human rights seriously"
Head of global communication Lukasz Kukawski says streaming won't take over game distribution, talks about storefront's approach to discoverability and audience expansion
CD Projekt subsidiary moves closer to Steam with new features
Acclaimed puzzler now available from digital store, despite earlier rejection
Popular puzzle game from Zachtronics rejected by digital store but developer unable to share details
Marcin Iwinski sees a bright future for CD Projekt's GOG Galaxy, even in a world where Steam and UWP exist
Retailer's take on Early Access built on curated selection of titles, 14-day refunds for any reason
Digital storefront expands with Steam-like service featuring auto-updating games, achievements, friends lists
Online game store adds selection of DRM-free documentaries, looks to expand to classic movies, TV shows
DRM-free storefront launches open-source OS support earlier than expected with a slate of 50 titles
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