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GOG/DRM free



I’m complex like that :upside_down_face:

@WikiTora If you consider twice the price to be just slightly higher then more power to you pal, I’m not gonna talk you out of it.

Now seriously, I’m obviously generalizing, I’m sure there will be games with good reasonable prices in comparison, like Psychonauts for example, but by experience, this is rarely the case, I don’t have that much of a budget to invest in games, I’m sure a good chunk of my library is the result of freebies, giveaways, gifts, bundles and such.

I understand and accept that’s pretty much my problem, but as such, I ought to get the best out of what I can, if and when the price disparity is as you said, just slightly higher, I will certainly weight it accordingly, but with things as they are, my considerations are merely different.

@coralinecastell Dully noted ma’am, I didn’t know you got regional prices with GOG, but all my prices are in USD with not option on sight to change that, as such I don’t have access to their fair price policy, was other the case, I would certainly change that.


I’ve payed € 35 for RiME and got back around € 9, which is 25%. With that money I’ve bought another game, which gave more money back. And with that money… well, you get the idea.
Of course you can find cheaper deals, but when I want to play a game I just pay for it, and if it’s DRM-free, it’s even better.
Having the option for DRM-free games here on Chrono, would be great IMO. I’m unaware of the challenges behind these kind of business deals, but I’m sure there’s good reasons for not featuring them.



:thinking: A GOG option could be useful, for people with potato setups like me the Steam launcher running in the background can break some games


I am ONLY interested in DRM-Free games. So I really hope a Gog partnership comes in the future! :grin:


I’m the same. I have bought a few games here on Chrono that are available on GOG, but only to support Chrono.

I have passed on many daily deals here because I intend to eventually buy them on GOG (or from another store offering DRM-free).

I will gladly pay more for DRM-free games, and I often do when GOG’s sales don’t go as low as Steam’s. It’s worth it to me.

I’ve been wishing for this as well. Like I said, I’d pay more. If Chrono had to price the GOG option higher than the Steam option, I would still choose GOG.


Buying DRM free also acts as it’s own preservation of the product. Which always makes me feel all tingly inside haha :grin: