M3phist0 playing d3 Mar 29, 2013 @ 3:25pm
sniper elite v2 uncut?
hallo, da ich kein englisch kann konnte ich die anderen einträge nicht genau verstehen. Meine frage ist. da ich in der schweiz wohne , und ich mir das spiel sniper v2 kaufen würde, bekomme ich automatisch alles uncut? also xray etc? oder muss man da noch was einstellen?
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revoltEc Mar 29, 2013 @ 5:29pm 
maybe you should try to speak in ENG if you want anyone's help...just a thought
M3phist0 playing d3 Mar 29, 2013 @ 5:44pm 
i know, my english is bad =(, i living in switzerland, when i buy the game, i become uncut automaticly, x-ray etc?
†LK†EagleWatch}C{[M.G] Mar 30, 2013 @ 2:15am 
Ihr Steam-Download Land muss in der Schweiz abgerechnet werden.
Ich weiß, das Spiel in Deutschland geschnitten wird. Ich glaube nicht, dass es in der Schweiz.
Vergewissern Sie sich vor dem Kauf des Spiels, dass Sie es aus der Schweiz herunterladen und nicht Deutschland. Ich denke, es sollte funktionieren.
Auch auf der offiziellen Steam-Foren zu überprüfen und senden Fragen an die Entwickler, werden sie Ihnen helfen, herauszufinden.
revoltEc Mar 30, 2013 @ 9:20am 
or EagleWatch can answer in GER... :)
Erik Rommel Apr 7, 2013 @ 2:05am 
Ich glaub, dass nur die Deutsche version zensiert.
M3phist0 playing d3 Apr 7, 2013 @ 11:51am 
ja habe es stolz am 6.4.2013 für 75% billiger gekauft. Und jaaa, es ist uncut. Ich liebe das spiel :D ganze nacht durchgezockt!! Das was mich nervt ist, das meine freunde alle aus deutschland sind und auch schon längst volljährig sind, aber nicht das spiel mit mir auf meine weise geniessen können. Man sollte doch doch das game durch ne alterskontrolle uncut freigeben!
Waaaghgasm Apr 7, 2013 @ 12:42pm 
Du hättest ihnen in der Schweiz die ungeschnittene Version kaufen und dann als Geschenk schicken können, dann bekommen sie auch die ungeschnittene Fassung. Aber ja, Steam stellt sich mehr als blöd an was die dt. Jugendschutzgesetze angeht, setzt die eine Hälfte überstreng um und ignoriert dafür die andere Hälfte vollständig.
†LK†EagleWatch}C{[M.G] Apr 7, 2013 @ 8:09pm 
Originally posted by daQ~:
or EagleWatch can answer in GER... :)
Heheheh
†LK†EagleWatch}C{[M.G] Apr 7, 2013 @ 8:13pm 
Originally posted by Terminal Wargasm:
Du hättest ihnen in der Schweiz die ungeschnittene Version kaufen und dann als Geschenk schicken können, dann bekommen sie auch die ungeschnittene Fassung. Aber ja, Steam stellt sich mehr als blöd an was die dt. Jugendschutzgesetze angeht, setzt die eine Hälfte überstreng um und ignoriert dafür die andere Hälfte vollständig.

Es tut mir leid, aber es ist nicht-Steam-Fehler überhaupt cut Spiele haben. Weder Entwickler.
Es geht um Ihr Land Gesetzen und behördlichen Richtlinien, zwingen das Spiel zu schneiden.
Mach dir keine Vorwürfe Dampf oder das Spiel, die Schuld Ihrer Regierung. Vertrauen Sie mir, die Entwickler würden gerne sehen, dieses Spiel uncut in Deutschland, aber sie können nicht, so müssen sie die Gesetze befolgen.
Waaaghgasm Apr 8, 2013 @ 2:23am 
EagleWatch, please don't talk about thinks you don't understand. But let me descripe it to you.

In Germany we have the USK to rate games: 0, 6, 12, 16 or 18 years. Games that are not tested or if the USK denies a rating (extemly brutal games) are threated as "18+ games". The difference is, that the BPjM, another great invention from Germany, can put games that have no rating on the index. Being on the index does not say the game is forbidden, it's only not allowed to advertise it and in stores it has to be hidden from non-adult customers.

Why are games cut in germany? Simply because the developers/publishers are afraid to not get a rating from the USK, are put to the index by the BPjM and are not allowed to advertise their game. This is a more or less free decision.

First funny thing Steam does: If they sell games with a rating from 18+ they must verify the age if the customer. They don't. And that is okay, because these laws more or less only hit the retail market. But if they don't care about this, why do they don't sell uncut games? This simply does not match. Btw.: A lot of games have cut versions for germany but the uncut version is not on the index, so they are in most cases in the same status as the cut version.

Next funny thing: Steam sales games that are on the Index, for example BloodRayne, uncut to german customers. So if they would care about the german law they wouldn't do this. But they do.

Short and simple: Steam sells cut games and says this is due the german law and on the other side they break these laws in many cases. This is simply BS and imho - I'm not a lawyer - the steam shop isn't affected at all by this laws due they only sell digital games and no retail games.
†LK†EagleWatch}C{[M.G] Apr 8, 2013 @ 8:44am 
Originally posted by Terminal Wargasm:
EagleWatch, please don't talk about thinks you don't understand. But let me descripe it to you.

[...]

Short and simple: Steam sells cut games and says this is due the german law and on the other side they break these laws in many cases. This is simply BS and imho - I'm not a lawyer - the steam shop isn't affected at all by this laws due they only sell digital games and no retail games.

Ok, I'm deeply sorry, I wanted to help, I get it now. Steam is like any other company where profit is the main goal as well. Thanks for your detailed explanation, I get it, haha. =)
Waaaghgasm Apr 8, 2013 @ 9:13am 
That would be okay if they are about profit only. But due I can't buy uncut games I don't buy games = less money for Steam. But even Steam-Support told me that the current state is german law. Well, it's complicated, but it would be possible and not soooo hard work compared to the money they can make.
†LK†EagleWatch}C{[M.G] Apr 8, 2013 @ 10:11pm 
You sure we can get a refund ?
I checked this up.

'''Steam Refund Policy

As with most software products, we do not offer refunds or exchanges on games, DLC or in-game items purchased on our website or through the Steam Client. Please review Section 3 of the Steam Subscriber Agreement for more information.
Steam Subscriber Agreement

Steam Subscriber Agreement

An exception is made for games purchased during a pre-order period if the request is received prior to the games' release date.'''
M3phist0 playing d3 Apr 9, 2013 @ 12:32am 
Thank you guys, fo so much helps and informations. Buth now i have the game an i liket :D
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