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#48 - Not enough cocaine and hookers.  [+] (1 reply) 09/19/2016 on God help us all, he's back 0
#65 - anon (09/20/2016) [-]
Not yet. And never enough for the Bush Cartel & the Clinton Crime Operation.


In the July 28 issue of From The Wilderness I reported on recent statements made in Los Angeles by author Terry Reed concerning his participation in a 1985 DEA drug sting with legendary drug smuggler Barry Seal. In that DEA operation, set up after receiving information from an FBI informant placed close to the highest levels of the Medellin cartel, George W. and Jeb Bush were videotaped at Tamiami airport outside of Miami.

They arrived on the Bush family King Air from Texas, presumably piloted by George W., to pick up two kilos of cocaine which was delivered for the Bush's by Seal, after flying from the Intermountain Regional airport located at Mena, Arkansas. Reed was the unwitting co-pilot. At the time the sting was arranged, the "buyers" of the cocaine were unknown.
#116 - I liked your comments until you included Sansa.  [+] (1 reply) 09/19/2016 on hypocrite 0
#126 - questionableferret (09/20/2016) [-]
Fine, how about you go and find a compilation of female characters in Game of Thrones that doesn't include Sansa but DOES include Lady Olenna. Go on. Off you pop. It's not easy you know.
#55 - Picture  [+] (2 replies) 09/08/2016 on Comparison +7
#105 - rubusguy (09/08/2016) [-]
That made me feel still alive
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#68 - travisjblues (09/08/2016) [-]
#14 - Now do it to a girl  [+] (1 reply) 09/07/2016 on For experts only +6
#22 - furiousmarshmellow (09/07/2016) [-]
#39 - I think offering refunds for this game was wrong. The people …  [+] (10 replies) 08/28/2016 on No Man's Buy -37
#182 - anon (08/28/2016) [-]
Except the devs misrepresented the game. They sold a different game than the one they marketed, and so the consumer should be protected. I personally did not buy or preorder the game, because it reminded me too much of the disappointment of Spore. But trying to feel like you're smarter for not preordering, and wanting those who did to literally pay for it won't solve false advertising in the future.
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#153 - iviagic (08/28/2016) [-]
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#82 - triggerhappywolf (08/28/2016) [-]
Let's use a different industry as an example. Cars have lemon laws for a reason.
When you promised one thing and deliver another you get what's coming to you.
Remember in the interviews and the trailers how they said they were only showing off a little bit, that they didn't want to give away too much? What didn't they show in the trailer or in interview clips?

They said the game had loads of things to do and what not but it doesnt.
#54 - thediamondhack (08/28/2016) [-]
Why should the customers be punished for the wrongdoing of the company?
#53 - anon (08/28/2016) [-]
I don't really care about the people who bought the game and are unhappy. I do care about bad business practices deserving consequences.

You yourself use the term "crooked devs". If these crooked devs -- I would rather say publishers -- proceed to get away with their bullsh*t by it being explained away that stupid people who bought their games brought it on themselves, means that us non-stupid people will still have to deal with the increasingly crooked devs/publishers.
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#49 - savageoro (08/28/2016) [-]
maybe...but then the studio who made thsi game would get paid for the shit they cooked upe and it would be an bad example for the industry making more gamemakers thing they could just shit out and lie about the games contant without any penalties
#48 - nekolacek (08/28/2016) [-]
And that would mean that devs would get away with that. You want that bud
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#47 - aznzeus (08/28/2016) [-]
Its more like false advertisement the developer straight lied about features they dont refund like this just because its a bad game its not the consumer's fault

Like if id ordered a 3 topping pizza and all got was the crust

#41 - ilikepatatas (08/28/2016) [-]
yeah no
it shouldn't be up to the customer, especially in a business where there's no human interaction at all at the moment of paying
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#40 - lordogames (08/28/2016) [-]
That's really illogical, when you get down to it.

Why would specific games get special regulations regarding refunds?

Just because it's a triple A game? Because it's a game people on mass disliked?

Sure, not waiting for reviews is a meh idea, but a ton of people, including myself, rely on the refund system, since it's readily available, and sometimes games that are actually good wait a long time for the embargo to lift. A perfect example of this is DOOM, where the embargo didn't get lifted until the day of, but everyone loved the game. Totalbiscuit even made a video literally gushing about how much he loved it the day of release.

Offering refunds is a good thing to give consumers, albeit it's a bit weird they offered extended refunds for NMS. Probably because of the massive amount of lies and deceit Hello Games committed.

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