ShinyLoot sells at a (much) higher base-price than even Steam/Desura, offers only DRM-free for that price and sale-prices are still higher than
elsewhere normally for the same thing. Getting one license for the price of two is a REALLY bad excuse to pretend to be cheap and a poor
deal for buyers regardless whether you wanted the standalone or 'the key'.
I don't mind Humble Store as such, it's just another store now. Not the indie or linux-friendly or DRM-free most were expecting and hoping for.
That's I feel where most the disappointment comes in. It's all the things that made Humble great I'd say (look at Linux stats e.g.).
The 10% was confirmed numerous times by devs and Humble themselves in an interview somewhere. Didn't actually keep the links but feel
free to dig; it's by now accepted as de-facto-information just like the 30% cut @ Steam which you aren't allowed to discuss by contract apparently even.
The Store takes 15%, not 25% by the way.
GoG was a strange beast. It offered a way to get the (badly) aged games running on your current system, had a broad catalogue and featured some
seemingly lost titles like their own Witcher series. That changed of course this year with a major push to PR and marketing, a RAPID expansion of their
library with current and soon-to-come games from smaller studios and great sales. All this while maintaining their fairly great price-point and all the
Re. side note
I have no issue w AAA games in bundles/stores. Humble seems to favor them at the moment as do the other bundles with the less-quality publishers
of mostly more casual games.
Not all widgets are on Francois' site (Oozi e.g.) but that's also 'reader-error' as we could simply add missing ones. VERY important I'd say to note is that
the discounted prices almost never show up in the table, nor does content in pull-down menus. These two are what kept me away from that list now for
the past year and change.