"We have an audacious plan for the the next two years to continue GOG.com's success story, and that depends on three things," states managing director Guillaume Rambourg. Step one is pursuing newer games in 2012, while still continuing to build up a library of classics.
"Of course, these new titles will have to come at a new, higher price point, but our key focus will always be on the same core values that have made GOG.com great so far: completely DRM-free games, flat prices everywhere in the world, and extra content and goodies for our fantastic customers."
Next, the company is aiming to reach "more than 400 products in our catalog by the end of 2012, combined with new partners, more franchises, and continued improvements to make GOG.com a better website will help us achieve this goal."
"Finally," says Rambourg, "we want to work closely with ambitious developers and independent publishers who feel a kinship with that 'good old spirit' that GOG.com embodies" ... "We’ve made GOG.com the destination for classic PC games, but now is the time to take this to the next level and emerge as the best alternative digital distribution platform for all PC games." I want to hug them.
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