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Question about GOG
How is it that gog.com is able to secure the rights to distribute certain games that steam can't due to rights issues? For example planescape torment has been available on their website for many years now for $9.99 but steam can't get it due to an issue with the ip? Where does the money from selling the game go? wouldn't that be like me taking an installed game copy from a cd, downloading a no-cd crack, pakaging it into an installer, and selling it for money under the guise of drm free? I don't get it.