You can get refunds for mods in 24 hours but is it really a refund? No!

You have a 24 hour refund period, no questions asked but you are not actually getting your money back, instead it goes to the Steam Wallet which means you have to spend it on Steam anyway which is a really bad move.

Not anymore

EA is bad but at least it refunds you with real money, I know because I’ve done it twice now – with Crysis 3 (which is boring IMO) and with Command & Conquer games because they didn’t even want to run properly.

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  1. Douglas

    GOG only refund if you have and prove you have technical issues. Meaning you can’t run the game. EA also gives zero refund, just try it. It tried with SimCity, no luck.

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  2. that system hasnt been in even for a week and you act as it was final with no possible alterations

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  3. rottenpumpkin

    I forget to add you can get refunds on GOG.com up to 30 days after your purchase (and it’s REAL money).

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  4. rottenpumpkin

    Steam users, prepare to be f*cked in the ass again! Steam and Valve are becoming more and more obsessed by money, it is ridiculous and so pathetic as is our society and economic system. Step by step, more restrictions and bullshit features arrive in Steam to f*ck you up. The last one was the impossibility to get refunds after buying a game. Now, Valve (and Steam) wants you to pay for mods (and to f*ck you again and again by not letting you get refunds after buying a mod, hahaha). This will destroy the philosophy of the modding community which is a passionate work by fans for fans (the nature of the modding community is to share your work). This is a huge and terrible decision which will have big consequences, in long term, in the PC modding community. What a f*cking shame!
    I often read on the internet that Valve is some kind of PC gods or PC savior or some sh*t like that… do you really think Valve is different than EA or Ubisoft?
    I’m 30 years old and if you’re way younger than me you can’t understand how it was just 15 years ago (90’s particularly late 90’s – early 00’s) : it was the golden age of video games and PC gaming. I’m not talking about this by melancholy : there were no DRMs, there were no DLCs, no need to have a shitty software running (like Steam) to start a game, there were always “demos” (an executable/installer to let you try a game), etc… seriously, is the world we live in so f*cked up regressions are called “progress”? Modern times, my ass!
    I don’t play on Steam anymore and I removed it from my computer because of all of this shit (same thing with Origin). I only buy my games in a physical store or on the internet provided that it is a “physical” game not a dematerialized one (a beautiful box with a manual and a CD or DVD, what’s better? :D) and provided that it doesn’t require a third party software (like Steam or Origin).
    Rarely, I buy some dematerialized games (which don’t exist in a “physical” format) at GOG.com. I really recommend you to buy your games there. There is a great and mature community, there aren’t any DRM (you buy your games and you have your executable in your account), no third party shitty softwares required to start your games, and there are always great deals… of course there are less games than in Steam because all of the games on GOG are DRM free.
    Thank you for reading me and sorry for my english (it’s not my mothertongue) ;)

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  5. bkirby0117

    You get money back from EA because they haven’t put the EA Wallet in place yet. :)

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