why is it possible to buy games not native to my OS
This seems to be a obvious thing that could be easily delt with. Why can't the OS specific STEAM store application not reconise what OS is being used and keep the user from buying games not formated for that OS?
That seems like a rather underhanded busness practice. I should not be able to buy a PC title if i'm running the Mac OS STEAM store. and the no refund policy just makes this problem even worse when if comes to titles that SHOULD be on both OS yet STEAM only supports one of those.
I'm just wondering why it was possible for me to waste 20$ on a product I can't use and there was no warning until AFTER I purchased it that it was from a different OS. and yes there are the little icons that identify what OS the game is for but having owned the game before on my Mac OS but having lost the orginal Key I was trying to re-buy it.
however, to my suprise and irritation the version on STEAM only supposts PC. would have been nice had the title not even shown up considering i'm on the Mac OS STEAM store so what busness does anything for any other OS have being on the Mac OS STEAM store?
I just don't get how this is an issue after how many years now? why bothering to have a Mac OS store if you aren't going to filter out the games that don't run on that OS? its not difficult.