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So this does have some clout if we’re talking about gamers who bought Russian keys just to save money. They didn’t do their research, took a risk, and got burned. This happens every day, and doesn’t justify a lawsuit in itself.
Vengeance47 wrote:I can't remember where I read it (perhaps here on GoN?) but some wholesalers have gone as far as replacing the Russian keys with EU keys at their own expense. In which case, assuming Blizzard did mislead them, the wholesalers would have every right to take Blizzard to court and ask for damages. Would I be correct in assuming this?
Marius wrote:Honestly, Activision-Blizzard lately seems hell bent on pissing off customers just to gain profits.
Collect0r wrote:Marius wrote:Honestly, Activision-Blizzard lately seems hell bent on pissing off customers just to gain profits.
Funny that, since activision took them over it's been a slippery slope for blizzard. I wonder what the cause could have been
Marius wrote:And yeah Ralph, that's what caused this whole issue. If Blizzard had released the game properly, then buyers without the right version could have just painlessly got a refund and bought a new copy with the right language. Blizzard really stuffed this launch in many ways.
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