Great post! As a clinical psychologist in training, I appreciate stories that can relate psychological well-being with video games. An important thing to remember is that a diagnosis is not what defines your life, it is the support you can receive to improve your personal level of overall functioning.
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I have a copy of Battlefield 4 for the 360 that I purchased at Gamestop. I have my Xbone preordered and paid off, and looked forward to trading that bad boy in to upgrade to Battlefield 4 for $9.99 on the One tonight. In preparation for tonight, I went to the rewards site to grab the active offer to do the upgrade. Turns out, I never got the EBC coupon code for Battlefield that I purchased. On top that, assuming I would automatically get that EBC code, I didn't keep the receipt. I called Gamestop corporate, and they essentially said, "Too bad, so sad. The employee must not have swiped your rewards card or the code didn't go through. We aren't honoring that purchase or giving you a code." So, I come to you all with two questions (well one question, one pathetic plea) 1) Has anyone else had this problem of purchasing BF4 at Gamestop and not getting your upgrade code, and 2) Would any of you lovely folks be kind enough to grant me their upgrade EBC code from the rewards site if anyone you are not planning on upgrading by 12/31/13, I would be eternally grateful! Either way, it's all good, but I'd mostly like to know if anyone has had this problem and if they have had it resolved.
Thank you kind folks, and have a happy launch!
I'm a little bummed that my console version of BF4 isn't broken. I honestly have no complaints with my 360 version and am looking forward to the xbone version this week. I don't understand the uproar and the only trouble for me is the battlefield series isn't as easy as cod (difficulty isn't taking away my enjoyment though).
As an instructor of a college course, I always tell students that you pay for the classes, go ahead and skip if you want. I would rather have a student who is willing to participate than a sleeping/drooling chair occupier. Just don't expect me to sympathize for the student I notice not attending.