It’s easy to forget that there are other PC game services beyond Steam. GOG (formerly Good Old Games) has made a name for itself selling older software, but now it’s stepping up to the major leagues with a DRM-free alternative to Steam’s software, called GOG Galaxy. GOG isn’t being shy about distinguishing itself from Steam. In the past, when you bought a PC game, you had a copy on your local machine that you could install as many times as you wanted, on as many machines as you wanted, forever. As you might expect from service that used to be called Good Old Games, GOG aims to get back to that.