In this case, the implication seems to be that it may have more to do with regional pricing issues. When GOG first announced the addition of regional pricing for select titles a few months back, there was a pretty big ****storm from users in many countries, and they backed off apologetically a bit and offered something like coupons as recompense. With this new site design, they've announced something called "Fair Price Package," where they're refunding the difference (if any) between a title's US price and its price in some other region in the form of wallet funds. Basically they wind up eating this expense, but I guess they figure it's worth it to maintain customer loyalty. From what people have shared, there are some truly egregious international mark-ups on a select few titles, and the assumption seems to be that Nordic may not have been willing to stick with the standard equal international cost for their older titles, which GOG has tried to maintain. I think this does seem pretty likely, especially since up until the very recent past, Nordic was publicly enthusiastic about working with GOG now and in the future.