I think you're probably best off waiting a couple of months anyway, until the really good shit starts popping up (and there's a decent UI mod).
I got in as well and I'm no YouTuber. Very solid game, in beta terms.
You and I seem to be the only two people with that opinion on here. :)
Thanks Metaldrumcore, I'll be rebalancing things on the server to optimise the site, hopefully site speed will increase
...wow that was anticlimactic...
You have to apply their 23% off code that is on their front page. That makes the game $46.20 USD. As far as I can tell and from my experience with GMG they have never sold me a bad key and always offered the lowest prices. I feel like CDPR is being a little childish calling GMG out on one of their business practices that have set GMG apart from other digital retailers for a long time now. I can understand CDPR wants to make as much profit as possible but slandering competition is not a good business practice in a market as active as video games. Also the GMG price is not much lower than CDPR's initial discount for owning both Witcher and Witcher 2 titles. GMG's price is only lower right now due to their current discount code.
Yes, key sellers usually deal in legitimate keys (at least the more reputable ones do). Where it becomes murky is when you question where, exactly, they are getting the keys from, especially when they're able to sell them at a steep discount. So while the keys themselves may be legitimate, the method of acquiring them may not necessarily be. Most often they buy them from overseas vendors and then take advantage of currency exchange rates to resell them at a lower price. This may or may not be legal depending on certain laws.
What about the Fable series or Final Fantasy XI? Final Fantasy VII came out on PC this year too.