It does have a Linux port, at least on GOG:Yeah... I knew it didn't have a linux port..
No, Russia will most likely still get cheaper prices.It was never about poor parts of individual countries. I thought this was the root of everyone claiming GoG games were cheaper in Russia, but now that I read the thread there, it seems buyers in Europe using the Euro were getting a discount in terms of in store expiring credit points, but I wouldn't know about that here.
They were actually giving 30% vouchers to gamers in eastern states of Germany? I didn't know that.The EU planned to ban regional pricing for digital goods, but for some reason that didn't happen (lobbies?), so if you happen to live in Eastern Germany for example, you have to pay the premium price while still earning 30% less than people in the former allied zone of the same country while paying the same or in some parts even higher rent.
I just hope regional price discrimination gets banned completely at some point, since I can't and won't pay the same as a Bavarian and it's already bad that there are different prices for different IPs anyway.
No, they were not, although that would be the case if the arguments for regional pricing weren't bullshit and it wouldn't be completely arbitrary. The argument is, that all Europeans have more buying power than othersThey were actually giving 30% vouchers to gamers in eastern states of Germany? I didn't know that.
https://news.blizzard.com/en-us/diablo3/22887361/diablo-now-available-on-gog-comQ: Are other classic Blizzard games coming to GOG.COM?
A: Yes! We have announced that we’re partnering with GOG.COM to release Warcraft: Orcs and Humans and Warcraft II. We’ll reveal more information at a later date.