How the hell can it be that costly?Zhukov wrote:For $90 AUD.
Damn, my arse hurts.
In USD, the game only costs $49.99, and AUD is even worth more than USD's. Hell, even in Euro the game costs €49.99!
We also have what is known here as "30 Days of Open Purchase". However, with products like mobile phones, movies, games and computer software, the Open Purchase is only available if you have an unbroken case or package. Unbroken as in; "Wait, this was the wrong product, I have to return it to get that other one", rather than; "Wait, this product sucks, I'll return it to get that other one."Ragdollmaster wrote:That's odd. Where I am, you usually get a certain amount of time in which to decide if you want to return the product or not, typically within a span of 30 or 60 days or so, and you can get a full refund.Freshbite wrote:Often it has to be something wrong with the product in order to get a full refund. The game being bad doesn't usually count.
The Swedish economics... they've figured it all out.