nintendo when they convince the norwegian court that preorders are non-refundable and non-cancellable
nintendo when they make it impossible to get refunds on anything sold through the eshop
nintendo when they pirate their own games and sell ten of them back to you preloaded onto a microconsole while "accidentally" not producing enough, leasing to a supply shortage and artificially and dramatically increasing the price
nintendo when you need to subscribe to switch online, pokemon bank AND pokemon home to send pokemon from the 3DS to the switch
nintendo when people download a thirty year old video game without purchasing it despite the fact that it is literally impossible to purchase a new copy of said game
@lynnesbian How did they convince the Norwegian court? It's not allowed under EU regulations, is it? I'd assume Norway would follow the same rules here?
@loke their argument is that when you preorder a game, it preloads some of the game in advance, and as soon as your switch starts preloading the game, your service has begun, and you therefore aren't automatically entitled to a refund, in the same way you aren't entitled to a refund if you've already started playing the game
@lynnesbian Wow. That's an insane argument. I need to look this up because I'm almost certain that this is not acceptable in the EU.
Norway isn't in the EU, but they follow much of the same rules.
@lynnesbian fuck nintendo
but i'm still play odyssey.... i'm still play
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