It's not a game at all. To assert 'scam' in writing is Libel. Verbally it is Slander.
As if the said organization didnt deserve the slander.
It is not a 'game' when you defame a practice or product/company's professionalism.
Right, because Im retarded enough to think that this was a actually a game. No, I meant it metaphorically, which is something you should have caught on to.
No, not a game but instead an invitation to censure and/or civil prosecution.
Your saying that Im threatening to prosecute, or your prosecuting; which one?
Where would you prefer it be taken? Precedence has you in an untenable position.
So you ARE threatening prosecution... how does that even work? How in the hell do you plan to prosecute me?
If it's 'very easy to miss the 'steam required'' then better your reading comprehension/ sight / attention skills.... which-ever is the cause.
Has nothing to do with my reading skills, and everything to do with the fact that the steam requirement isnt designed to be apparently obvious.
Do toy sellers want you to know that "batteries arent included", or do credit card companies want you to know that you sign your rights away when you sign up with them? Same concept. When gamestop sells their steam required software through impulse, they dont want people to know it requires Steam; I mean why would they?
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Quoting MottiKhan, reply 64After Impulse did an update, I couldn't play any of my games. The serial numbers, even though they were listed ....
Have know similar problem... after having upgraded from the Stardock impulse client to the Gamestop one... no help from Impulse but Stardock people have help me ( and consolidate my multiple account in the same time )...
Yeah I knew what he described couldnt be the fault of Stardock directly, because I had some problems that I was able to bring to the Stardock support in the past. GameStop is the problem.