I suppose. It would not be a business model that shows him in a good light, but if money was the end goal and just lying to get it, all the more credit for taking gamers for gullible suckers. But the price is that his reputation in game design is pretty much discreditedeVoL wrote:Or Sean Murray can cash out and live like a king Thats a lot of money for such a small team.
Mint wrote:Hearing that Steam, Amazon and Sony are giving out refunds no matter how much time played.
Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but Steam is not giving out automatic refunds for No Man’s Sky regardless of the amount of time played.
It was reported earlier on reddit that some players have been able to secure a refund for the controversial space sim game, claiming they had over eight hours of gameplay on the title after they got a refund. Several others in the same thread have also reported refunds as well, some with over 30+ hours on their game.
However, it should be noted that Steam has not granted it’s player base automatic refunds – meaning it’s up to Valve as to whether or not you will get your money back for No Man’s Sky, if you have passed the 14 day/2 hour no questions asked refund period.
Basically, the standard 2 week, 2 hour limit is not a hard limit for refunds. It is the limit for automatic refunds, requests after the 2 week, two hour limit go through review, so someone at Valve is basically deciding whether or not your refund is being processed. This explains why some players have reported requesting refunds over six times before it goes through.
It should be noted that Amazon is offering refunds for the game on a “case by case basis” as well, while Sony has been difficult with refunding the game at this time.
Mint wrote:Thought it was too good to be true - I really find it disheartening that the trailer and the interviews before this came out just does. Not. Match the product. There really should be some accountability with this one.
gpa-gone-west wrote:Mint wrote:Thought it was too good to be true - I really find it disheartening that the trailer and the interviews before this came out just does. Not. Match the product. There really should be some accountability with this one.
Shouldn't just pick on this game for that. Its becoming all too common I am afraid. Grandiose promises of 'Genre defining' gaming, showing or hinting at features that just don't exist in the released product. Gaming has become lazy, and the game buying public have bought into it and just accepted it as normal, for far too long.
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