GOG.com Catalog Improvements

GOG.com announces an update to its online store to improved game discoverability. There are more changes to come, but for now, here's more on new ways to sort through such a large catalog of titles:
We understand that among the more than 5500 titles in the catalog, searching for the game that fits your current needs or discovering the gems that will defy your expectations can be a time-consuming hassle. So thanks to the new catalog you can carry out more customized searches, adding ways to sort and filter games via price range, genres, release date range, and a newly introduced tags system.

The release of the new catalog on GOG doesn't mean we're stopping here. We will be improving it further – yes, sorting by "all-time bestsellers" is coming! And hey, do you have a very specific need, some particular accessibility request, or do you just want to help us help you? Let us know how you like the new catalog in the comments, and share your ideas for what we could bring along.
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Jan 15, 2022, 07:06
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The reliance of GOG and Steam on customer created tags to classify games is an utter fiasco and just awful as a method of discovery.

If GOG and Steam are serious about improving sales by making games easier to find, they need an information archivist on board to manage subject access.
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