Hi! Just wanted to stop by and say thank you for the entertainment over the years Brad, Vinny, and Alex! I recently rewatched the Archon QL, Cabela's hunting QLs, and some older Breaking Brad. I still have a giant folder with a lot of my favorite video archived up to 2018. I wish you all nothing but amazing things on your next part of your journey!
Been playing on Wii U all weekend till my tablet died/won't hold a charge. Anyone know if that's going to be a problem Besides no more amino cheating (I have a pro controller)? Also does anyone know a good replacement battery that isn't sketch eBay cheap but not Nintendo $70 expensive?
Update: You NEED your tablet to do motion puzzles. Looks like some shrines are gonna have to wait as a battery ships to me :( This is the battery I decided to go for after looking at reviews if anyone else runs into this situation.
Steam refund quote - " maybe you played the title for an hour and just didn't like it." then " If it appears to us that you are abusing refunds, we may stop offering them to you." Huh? What?
It would make more sense if they would just stop selling games to you. If you keep returning items to a store (because the store has a refund policy that allows you to return items that you decide you don't like/need), that store will refuse to sell you anything. I once returned a DVD box because the actual DVD wasn't in there. Which seems a pretty clear warranty issue. Before they swapped it with another box, I had to show my ID. When I asked why that was necessary they said that if I returned items like that frequently I would end up on some list that (several) stores use to refuse service to customers. It's a reasonable prevention against abusers imo.
Why punish consumers for using the policy as intended? Some people are very picky and value their money and time. So they'll feel the need to return items as much as they want.
If people are very picky about what they play, then they should research it via Quick Looks, youtube Lets Plays, reviews, word of mouth, ect after the game is released. There is no excuse in this day and age for buying a game (or multiple games like you're suggesting) blind if you feel like your time and money are worth something. I don't buy games first day til I read and watch videos of it to see if it is what I want no matter how hype I maybe for it (Code Name STEAM is a great example of this.)
At some point, we need to be the smart consumers and not let the marketing hype get to us. Valve is just making it clear that they will get you refunds but making sure people just do not abuse it.