idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
The whole reason he'd be guaranteed a full refund is because the game is faulty. That's kinda the WHOLE POINT.
This is somewhat negated when he knows the exact fault in question and buys it specifically because it has that fault and he figures he can get a refund and keep the game anyway. The point of the refund is to compensate those who would not have bought the game knowing that it had that fault. That's clearly not the case here though.
That still seems like it should be completely mitigated, imo, by the fact that the company would have CHOSEN to allow you to keep the game and get a refund. They would have been well aware of this possibility and deliberately chose to allow it (rather than allow for full refunds with a mandatory return of the game).
I'm imagining, of course, that the full refund is temporally limited to when you bought the game (and will likely be completely discontinued in a week or two when they release the patch eliminating the always-online requirement).
If you can get the refund in two months when you finish, it may or may not be a different story. But that would still have been the company's choice. It's not like you would be doing something shady, or even like you were trying to find a very specific loophole.
Anyways, you all are horrible, @#%^ed up people
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