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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Targeting geo-blocking, subs renewals.
Takes away the two-game-per-year limit.
More specifically, the 'no refunds' policy.
No refunds on DLC, though.
Most likely US only, though.
Latest patch no panacea.
30 day period for faulty products.
Apologises for poor port performance.
The policy being 'no refunds.'
Valve has been taken to court by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission over its refund policy.
Codemasters is offering a refund to anyone who bought Colin McRae Rally on Steam expecting it to be a remake of the 1998 classic.
Buy with confidence, company says.
McAfee has pledged to refund "reasonable expenses" for those caught by its false-positive update.
UK games retailer GAME has owned up to a stock mix-up which saw used games sold as new.
Reports have surfaced that reveal Amazon is giving refunds on PlayStation 3s with the latest firmware due to loss of features.
Bought a laptop? Don't want to run Windows on it? You could get your money back if you stick to the terms of Microsoft's license agreement, as this chap did.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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