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last 10 comments:
| Steam: Agree to our terms or lose ALL - briefly|
|(hx) 02:39 PM EDT - Aug,05 2012 |
Some guy asked Steam support if he could keep playing his old games if he didn't agree with their new ToS. Here's their answer. |
|tride||(05:15 PM EDT - Aug,05 2012 )|
|Looks fake to me... the support answer has nothing to do with the question... :roll:|
|Penetreitor||(10:10 PM EDT - Aug,05 2012 )|
|This is one of the reasons because I'll never PAY for a game..., get the cracked versions!|
|jeremyofmany||(12:14 PM EDT - Aug,06 2012 )|
|Some games are worth the money (Mass Effect games).
Other games like Prototype should go in the 99 cent or $5 bins immediately like movies go straight to DVD. They shouldn't be $50 for a month or two before going there.
|Csimbi||(03:13 PM EDT - Aug,06 2012 )|
|All your games belong to us!
I wonder what the EU will have to say about this.
|Tom||(01:35 PM EDT - Aug,07 2012 )|
|Ya that's pretty bad, you own these they should be obligated in some sense to provide you what you paid for. I think it's possible. However, the same would apply to consoles too if you bought them electronically. You can scream and complain about Steam but console is the same. I left Sony and PS3 when I found out after being in the Plus program that when I did not renew they took everything I had and the games I paid a few bucks for, were then classified as demo's. Total BS. Had they said that in big letters before I agreed to Plus I would have never joined Plus. Throwing it into a big as shit EULA is BS. Then they have the audacity to blame pirating for poor sales. :roll:
The even more sad is that people will eventually have no choice but to buy electronically. Not many stores even shelf pc games anymore.
|Mantrhax||(04:59 PM EDT - Aug,07 2012 )|
|this can work in USA but not in my country, we have laws to prevent this kind of behavior, once u sign an agreement u only can change it if both parts say yes. ONLY .. so i smell a lawsuit !|