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Lady Bob

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#1 15 years ago
Originally posted by Xsoldier :( I'm really dumb i just wasted 50 bucks on UT2k3 and just found out that its the biggest pice of poo poo, graphics are okey tho but its really boring seriously what tactical things can u do in this game well let me tell you NONE you just run and run and run and kill by kill, i should of bought BattleField 1942. god im dumb now i dont have any money to get the game, god i need a :smack: for being dumb

Yep. You could've found that out and saved yourself $52 by d/l the demo. I played that demo for about a half hour, then deleted it. The day of the brainless, twitchfest, run-n-gun arcade shooter is over. I dunno why those fools made another UT game. Yeah sure they added crap like dodge moves n whatnot, but that's nothing compared to driving a jeep full throttle off a bridge, jumping out, then diving to the ground head first! Or, jumping out of a plane high up in the air and dropping land mines and TNT over the enemy base. And you can't sky dive in UT2K3, no sir! It's pretty damn cool to be able to free fall from one edge of the map to the other in BF1942! You should just take the game back and exchange it for BF1942, it should be of about equal value, dollar wise anyway. If not, then let this be a lesson to you to always save your receipts and buy from a store that HAS a return policy.




Malphal

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#2 15 years ago

Unless you exchange for the same title there is no exchange. They don't want you buying games and then exchanges them for others just so, overall, you really only buy one game but play as many as they will exchange. That aint too smart a business that would do that. No, I am afraid you are stuck with UT2003. Sorry. But so am I. I just have more money than you. I can buy bad games and still buy an occasional good game. Lucky me.:dance:




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#3 15 years ago

Not true. One of the nation's largest media chains, Best Buy, allows exchanges even with different software titles. You better have a good reason though. I know from personal experience. Hell I even turned in a faulty PC game for cash back, no exchange, TWICE.




Malphal

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#4 15 years ago

I am shocked. Here, where I live, this isn't the case. Washington state. At least I thought so until now. I never have bought a game at Best Buy but chances are the policy is the same throughout the chain. So, logically, they would exchange games. Risky. There are women out there who buy a fancy dress for a special occasion and take the gown back the next day. Nordstrom's store is big on exchanges. There are men or women who buy car parts and bring back what they don't use. This country is truly criminal............just kidding.:rolleyes:




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#5 15 years ago

BS Best Buy! They suck to the point I want to cut everyone of their heads off. Enough said :cool:




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#6 15 years ago

Over here u can exchange games within 24 hours and as for having an excuse well you don't have to have one, it's there duty by law to exchange software within 24 hours of purchase...

I even for a laugh back in the win95 days took a shop here to court :) Bought win95 got home opened it and read the eula at install, decided not to agree with it thus could'nt install it. Went back to the shop and said nope sorry want my money back, i disagree with the eula and as u can only read the eula by opening the packet i had no option but to open it. Shop said sorry sir u opend it now we don't have to take it back...To cut a long story short :) The courts agreed with me and i got a full money refund and the shop had to pay court costs to ;)...

and Microsoft still have eula inside packaging to day ;)




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#7 15 years ago
Originally posted by Malphal I am shocked. Here, where I live, this isn't the case. Washington state. At least I thought so until now. I never have bought a game at Best Buy but chances are the policy is the same throughout the chain. So, logically, they would exchange games. Risky. There are women out there who buy a fancy dress for a special occasion and take the gown back the next day. Nordstrom's store is big on exchanges. There are men or women who buy car parts and bring back what they don't use. This country is truly criminal............just kidding.:rolleyes:

HEHE, maybe that's because Washington doesn't have sales tax (last time I visited anyway) so they figure it's a trade-off. I even went so far as to purposly break a game CD in tiny pieces and return it an hour later, and that was after 2 previous returns that same day. The game was MechCommander 2 and when it 1st came out ALL the CDs were crap. Best Buy was too stupid to get rid of them, so I broke some and got my cash back with no exchanges. They deserve it because at least other ppl weren't forced to buy the junk CDs. Just be glad underwear isn't returnable! EEEK!:naughty:




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#8 15 years ago

HAHAHA! That's a cool story Optik. Too bad Microshit wasn't dragged into court, again, as well. The more they get taken to court for stealing technology and monopolizing the better. One day they will fall and there will be true competition. Hopefully on the same day Bill Gates dies.

Yes I use windows, but since I don't program, I have to. Macs are outta the question, piles of crap they are.




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#9 15 years ago

Washington does have a sales tax. You may be thinking of Oregon to the south of Washington. They have a state income tax (Oregon) Washington does not. I know I shouldn't say this but....I doubt your story about returning several broken CDs to Best Buy. Or did I misread you?




Lady Bob

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#10 15 years ago

Ah yes it is Oregon. My Aunt and Uncle used to live there and when we went to Washington for the volcano and other things my relatives weren't charged sales tax as long as they had some state or drivers ID.

And no it was not several broken CDs, just A CD broken into several pieces. I only did it once, the lady kinda looked at me wierd too when she opened it, hehe.