Originally Posted by CynicalUnicorn
Originally Posted by Dargonplay
Steam refuses to put new games on their steam sales, and Origin actually give people free games like Battlefield 3-4, Dragon Age, and many AAA Titles along lots of Indie titles plus they have a no questions asked refund policy if you don't like a game you just bought.
I'm losing faith.
Steam doesn't set sale prices. That's the dev's or publisher's decision.
Oh man. This is glorious. So, basically, G2A is allowing devs 10% of the profits. Is this comparable to bribery? I'd say yes. "Hey guys, if you sue us out of existence, you won't get some of this sweet dosh." I think it'd be an objectively good thing if G2A and sites like it went out of business. Paying customers don't go to sites where credit card fraud is the standard, and people who steal the games just stick to torrents. Like, the fact that they offer "purchase protection" for money
as a standard thing on the marketplace is pretty telling. They have so many issues with fraudulent keys that they need this feature, but they still try to make money off it.
Seriously, my CC# was stolen after purchasing through G2A without the stupid shield thing or paypal fee. The only other purchases on that card were from local stores, amazon, and digikey. The card was 3 months old and it never left my pocket/hand.
G2A has some serious security issues. I'm only purchasing in bitcoins form them now.