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11 hours ago
In topic physical release
Quantum break had a physical copy and I'm guessing this game might as QB required steam.
Originally posted by crippknottick:
Originally posted by Michael:

You are wrong there.
You get the money back on your CC with the fraud protection. The multinational CC company will prosecute the thief in their home country.

This is not always true. The rug dealer next door to my shop had an eBay customer return the wrong merchandise while still getting a refund through Paypal (essentially robbing him). All communications and hoop-jumping with eBay and Paypal ultimately came down to him having to pursue legal action against the customer. That was easier said then done because the customer was in another state and the rug dealer would have to retain a lawyer in that state.

Maybe VISA and Mastercard will take their own actions across the borders of nations, I dunno though.


That's an ebay /paypal not a CC problem and he probably had a poor quality listing... Credit card companies are not the enforcers of ebay polices... The best way to combat that kind of ebay fraud is to setup a video camera/phone and record yourself unpacking the box.
Sep 13 @ 9:48pm
In topic thanks for wasting 10h of my life
Originally posted by Cesar:
They put a ton of money into the game all for nothing

Not even to mention the new game is on epic store only, what a joke of a studio


Remedy used Microsoft's money for Quantum Break just like they did with Alan Wake.
Sep 13 @ 9:43pm
In topic It's the end of steam.
Originally posted by Ganger:
Originally posted by Michael:



What rights have you given away to valve? Are you not free to buy games from elsewhere? You can buy cash based debit cards as well.

You are confusing steam with google facebook and apple... Valve required little information to setup an account. The latter three are mining data about their users.

We gamers on the PC have given up our rights to own, sell and trade games (well the media it came on that is as the licence never belongs to you).

We have given up our rights to own the game, given up our rights to trade or sell than game and given up the right too lead the game to our friends. With digitial now, we own nothing, once we buy the game, its locked into a account. At least back in the day, we could trade or sell our games to make abit of money back. Not possible now, sadly.

About data mining, steam collects all kinds of data from your account dude. Don't be fooled into thinking it doesn't. Anything you do on the internet isn't safe.

You can still sell and trade physical copies of games and some new games come in physical form, but in lower volume. Considering most games require patches at launch the physical media really is not worth it for PC games. Games are not made like they used to be made where most of the bad bugs were worked out before the game shipped.

What data does steam collect without the user's consent?
Originally posted by R3ND1X:
Originally posted by peremptor:

If that's a big worry then you must be a total neurotic mess over all the info they got on you in your own country.

You can prosecute crimes in your own country. If someone from another country runs up your credit card, you can't get the money back or prosecute them.

Did you have a point?

You are wrong there.
You get the money back on your CC with the fraud protection. The multinational CC company will prosecute the thief in their home country.
Sep 8 @ 11:00pm
In topic thanks for wasting 10h of my life
Originally posted by Cesar:

normally a game or movie with such theme leaves you thinking for hours about the topics in there,

Since when? Most games and movies don't make you think. On a side note QB was very
bad story wise and the gameplay was weaker than than AW... I haven't touched control yet either.
Originally posted by Sagitário:
Ok, i've made a video explaining how to have all the gold and cash that you want in the game, hope you guys find it useful and pardon for my english.
Make sure to backup your original game save files in case of anything goes wrong.

I'll also leave a save game for the most wanted achievement in the description in case of anyone still need it, just read the readme file.


Good job.. I knew the info was in the registry when I had to restore backup because i lost some progress.
Sep 8 @ 10:39pm
In topic Will you be a terminator?
Originally posted by RasaNova:
Originally posted by Michael:
This is why I wish the game had multi player.
It will, but not til after the single player & DLC expansions have been completed.

Anyway I probably won't go for brute force, I'm more likely to do a sneaky assassin type with tech/hacking skills. But I might change my mind depending on how it goes... I've played RPGs in the past where the character I finish with is nothing like the one I planned from the start!


Yawn sneaky assassin..
Sep 8 @ 10:35pm
In topic It's the end of steam.
Originally posted by Ganger:

Steam DRM is simple but you still need to log on, enter details if you wish to play your games.

You logon on once and go into offline mode. You can even disconnect your ethernet cable. I was still on dial-up when half-life two came out. I was very ♥♥♥♥♥♥ at the time. You can opt out of any of their surveys. The other stores that came after steam are the trash.

Originally posted by Ganger:
We have given away our rights to own the game (well the media it came on, another debate but) over convenience and ease of use. But thats how it is now.

What rights have you given away to valve? Are you not free to buy games from elsewhere? You can buy cash based debit cards as well.

You are confusing steam with google facebook and apple... Valve required little information to setup an account. The latter three are mining data about their users.

Originally posted by TheSkunkyMonk:
You can't even stop the Xbox app stealing you Steam data :(


You can if you block the ips microcrap uses for data mining via your firewall or hosts file.
Originally posted by MC_Cromwell:
Canada Rocks if I reset the Most Wanted progress then I get the rewards again?

Yes... I learned this by having to restore a system backup...
Sep 7 @ 10:41pm
In topic Will this game ever be finished?
Originally posted by ...:
Many have patiently waited 6 years for a 1 hour sequence :cleanhourglass:

I'd been waiting at least 5 just to buy it...
Sep 7 @ 10:36pm
In topic Will you be a terminator?
This is why I wish the game had multi player.
Sep 7 @ 10:34pm
In topic It's the end of steam.
Originally posted by Ganger:
It's a shame really because GOG is good to gamers but lets be honest here guys, I would say most gamers don't really care if a game has DRM or not.

The steam DRM isn't bad either unlike games with denuvo. DRM free games have been around.. I just don't like the ones that slow the games down or install rootkits..
Sep 7 @ 10:24pm
In topic Over 80GB for the demo?
Originally posted by Morten:
But the full game is only like 60GB 🤔

What's the extra 26GB in the demo? Hidden DLC? Did they hide Microsoft office inside the game? ;D
Originally posted by Future-Proof:

Originally posted by Michael:

Look up the Alan Wake eye patch..

I know about the eye patch in Alan Wake; it exists in Quantum Break, too, I believe. I'm fine with Steam DRM, but Denuvo is unacceptable.


I agree with you there, but the only way to get them to stop using it is to not buy their games... It would work if people stopped pre-ordering games..
Aug 31 @ 11:31pm
In topic Epic's Boss said this
Originally posted by george.atkinsontm:
Originally posted by Michael:

You want to blame gambling? With the grooming gangs, acid attacks, and the police looking the other way U.K kids have bigger problems than the loot boxes..

Yet more whataboutism you t1t. There are also kids starving in Africa and a civil war in Hong Kong. Start crying about them also. Are we now supposed to ignore one problem because there are bigger ones elsewhere? Is that how your little mind works?


You start off with an insult... Argument fail. You lose.
Aug 30 @ 11:48pm
In topic Epic's Boss said this
Originally posted by george.atkinsontm:
Originally posted by 󠀡:
His son is 14, unless he gave him a family credit card, it is unlikely he'd fall into gambling beyond begging for csgo skins or tf2 hats. He should be more concerned about what kind of drugs hes taking, or if there's any teachers trying to hit on him. I don't know anyone whose parents monitor their gaming or online activities to make sure they are gaming the correct way unless they are like 6.
Out of interest, how old are you yourself? Because you come across as a teen yourself. By the way, ever since these lootboxes were a thing, childhood problem gambling in the UK has increased by four times the numbers in 2016. They are a problem, the same way everything else you spouted out is a problem. Whataboutism isn't an argument to take your eye off the ball.

You want to blame gambling? With the grooming gangs, acid attacks, and the police looking the other way U.K kids have bigger problems than the loot boxes..
Originally posted by Mario:
Originally posted by Michael:

Can you play Until Dawn on the PC?
I don't know if you can right now, but people are working on emulators and you will be definitely able to do it in the future like you can play the last of us now, and it's not an excuse to defend this game.
Also some of these exclusives are coming out on PC like Detroit, Beyond and heavy rain and all these games are way better than this, i only enjoyed this game because i could play coop but it doesn't have anything special, not scary at all, jumpscares don't work and most choices lead to the same result.


I'd like to play the last of us... I heard those ports will be on EPIC.. Not buying anything from Tim.



Originally posted by ambershee:
Actually, no - you can play Until Dawn on the PC. It is available on the PSNow service.

Can you use the keyboard and mouse or does it require a playstation ID along with the controller?

Originally posted by Ming丶:
The game is too short and the jump scare stuff are just too boring. The choices you made didn't make too much difference. So disappointed.


Care to give examples?
Aug 30 @ 11:39pm
In topic No cutscenes? Refund!
Originally posted by Deadsea_1993:
I didn’t like the game ending and so I made up my own ending. It was a sad ending at first, then it was a happy ending.

I would not call the endings in this game an ending... Wait for the sequel to get answers.
Aug 30 @ 11:34pm
In topic Denuvo (Can I get a Dev to answer please)
You will get no dev support here until they start selling the game on steam... Try their twitter.


Originally posted by Future-Proof:

I don't know if it's going to be completely DRM-free on Steam. I know Quantum Break isn't, and I don't think either Alan Wake game is, either. Still, no Denuvo is definitely the important part.

Look up the Alan Wake eye patch..
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