Originally Posted by Blue Destroyer
people think its no big deal because it was a digital download. IF Nvidia had sent the full retail disc, with cd key inside, and showed up at your door demanding it back saying it was an accident people would be pissed. BUT because it was only a digital download, its cool. What you just dont get, ITS THE SAME DAM THING!!!
Unfortunately, it isn't.
This is one of the advantages
of purchasing retail, from a reputable seller. If you have an issue, you can simply return merchandise for a full refund. This is why a steam account isn't worth anything, while a pile of cd/dvd's has actual cash value and can be bought, sold traded. edit
(unless they're steam games!!! That's why we avoid them....
According to nvidia's own websight, "all sales are final". This obviously doesn't apply when they
screw up, just applies to a customer who may have found a better deal somewhere else, and wants to cancel the order.
In any event, digitalriver, (better known as "nvidia game sales dept" did put the game on sale for $10. I'm guessing this was to try to make up for their screw up. $10 for a quality game is a bargain, and while not free, does support the developers and is quite cheep.Edited by Jayce1971 - 2/7/11 at 9:59am