King Arthur - The Role-playing Wargame

King Arthur - The Role-playing Wargame

cant even run it
hi guys i cant even run it , i get a stupid ctd and an annoying noise as it ctd's does anyone know any fixes?

also, under the sale of goods act UK
part 2 line 1
"A contract of sale of goods is a contract by which the seller transfers or agrees to transfer the property in goods to the buyer for a money consideration, called the price"
therefore the pile of junk steam just sold me is covered by this legaslation
part 2 section 14 line 2
"there is an implied term that the goods supplied under the contract are of satisfactory quality."
"For the purposes of this Act, goods are of satisfactory quality if they meet the standard that a reasonable person would regard as satisfactory"
"For the purposes of this Act, the quality of goods includes their state and condition and the following (among others) are in appropriate cases aspects of the quality of goods—
(a)fitness for all the purposes for which goods of the kind in question are commonly supplied,"

surely this is grounds for legal action against steam/valve whatever the hell it is?????

postsrcipt, i am currently talking with a lawyer as regards to having grounds to sue steam for selling a product that is not fit for purpose.
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The license you paid for is in perfect working order.

The software which you cannot run, works for other users, so it is your system/setup at fault.
Dernière modification de Commander Makara; 14 mai 2014 à 14h11
sorry Prince...but you should read the Terms and Agreements when you buy something on Steam. I don't think you have any legal recourse here. Maybe you could create enough of a bother to get Steam to refund the game for you, but you'd have to weigh whether the money spent on the game is worth the toil and trouble.

I hereby submit that the game works perfectly for me, running on Windows 7. I've had literally 0 CTDs. The problem is not the product. The problem is your computer. The only problem that can be attributed to the game is that it isn't mainstream enough to be able to find solutions online with a quick google search.

Even if you could bring a suit against Steam, I doubt any judge within their right mind would award you anything more than the cost of the game and perhaps your legal fees (doubtful). In the meantime, you'd have committed time, energy, and cognitive stress towards making this happen. Do yourself a favor...drop it. Nearly everyone has made a steam purchase that didn't work on their computer. The fact of the matter is that the games work on MOST computers, or Steam wouldn't sell them. Given the huge amount of hardware variance, the completely uncountable numbers of variances which can cause performance issues (including but not limited to malware, viruses, poorly configured background programs, hardware conflicts, etc.), and the issue of human error, no company selling games can provide you assurance that a given game with work on your rig. Hence the Terms and Agreements.

Here's a section you might read:




You agree to defend, indemnify and hold harmless Valve, its licensors, and its and their affiliates from all liabilities, claims and expenses, including attorneys’ fees, that arise from or in connection with breach of this Agreement or the use of Steam or any Subscription, by you or any person(s) using your Account, or from or in connection with any User Generated Content, or the creation, distribution, promotion and use of any Mods or Derivative Works, created or provided by you or any person(s) using your Account. Valve reserves the right, at its own expense, to assume the exclusive defense and control of any matter otherwise subject to indemnification by you. In that event, you shall have no further obligation to provide indemnification to Valve in that matter. This Section regarding Indemnification shall survive termination of this Agreement.

So yeah...probably you wouldn't get your legal fees back in such a suit. The best you'd get would be the cost of the software, which I'm guessing isn't worth your time.
I just read your other thread. Why did you buy this game if you had already discovered you couldn't run the demo? Definitely drop the case now, because any judge who sees that you first used a demo that didn't work, and THEN bought the product will definitely consider you to be at fault. Seriously though...why buy a game when the demo crashes on you? The whole point of the demo is so you can find out if it runs on your system.
ha sorry guys, i was p***** and just sounding off. because the same problem with etw confronted e, demo failed, and yet the game worker. additionallyi bout the game for £1.something so even if it didnt work it would have been no great loss. ignore my first coments.
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