Popular non-DRM digital distributor GOG has released a video celebrating the five year anniversary of the company's launch.
During that time GOG has been provided gamers with a huge library of games converted to fit modern systems, with no stinking DRM systems attached. Marcin Iwiński, Guillaume Rambourg and Piotr Karwowski discuss the company's successes and failures (including one bizarre time they pretended they were shutting down).
According to the site runners there's a shaman playing their games in the Amazon jungle. We've reached out for a comment, but there's been no response from the rainforest so far.
The continued success of GOG is a rather heartwarming victory for consumer-friendly companies in an industry that doesn't always treat its fans as well as it should. And they allowed me to play Icewind Dale II again. Three cheers!