Update: After failing GOG’s idiosyncratic internal curation system earlier this year, Zachtronics‘ Opus Magnum was denied access to the CD Projekt-owned digital storefront. As outlined in our original story below, the process appeared as confusing as it did complicated—particularly given the quality of the game in question.
Now, GOG has reversed its decision. „We did it! You did it! And then we did it! It’s good to finally have the brilliant-yet-approachable Opus Magnum,“ reads this tweet, before pointing those interested towards the game’s newly-launched store page and a limited-time ten percent discount.
When quizzed about its U-turn, GOG followed up by saying that despite its curation process, it does take what its community wants into consideration with every decision.
Another tweet reads: „The game’s outstanding quality and community demand speak loudly and clearly—we’re human, we’re not infallible, but we’re also not immovable. It’s great that we get to listen,…