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  • R.I.P. The Division

    An this is why we can't have nice things. The world is full of fucktards that mess it up for the rest of us...
  • Black Desert / Chargebacks and u!

    Jep, now all you need is a legally binding definition of what P2W actually is, and you are all ready to go.

    Oh...

    I think I detected a flaw in your argument....
  • Star Citizen - Squadron 42 Update

    It seems they are trying to avoid the mess from last year when everybody was expecting a SQ42 announcement, probably even a release date, and then got basically nothing.

    Managing people's expectations is half the game, which would not be a problem if they were not at the same time constantly trying to create a hype to keep money flowing. Damned if they do, damned if they don't.

    But right now they seem to be saving some SQ42 hype to not tap it at the same time as SC 3.0 hype. Would be wasted hype, if you still need to keep things boiling for a few more years.
    CoticJamesGoblinOrinorisgelOctagon7711
  • Star Citizen 3.0 - Refusing Refunds

    Erillion said:
    hfztt said:
    Kyleran said:

    People keep treating this as if they've "bought" something which is clearly not the case.

    In the EU they take TAX on the payment: Ergo its a purchase not a donation. No real debate needed. They are under full EU customer protection.
    Lawyers seem to disagree that no debate is needed when it comes to crowdfunding.

    First it needs to be completely know what type of crowdfunding Star Citizen is
    https://www.sosense.org/5-crowdfunding-models-know/
    I guess there is not even a consensus on that.


    Have fun

    Nope. Crowd funding does not legally exist. So you have to fit it into one of the two that does exist: Donation or purchase. They take tax, ergo, purchase. No debate.

    The debate is if there SHOULD be separate laws for crowdfunding as neither of the two existing categories fit the philosophy behind it. But from a legal point of view in the EU you are protected as long as the seller has a legal entity in the EU and thus by extension are covered by EU law, which CIG do.

    If you talk companies that raise crowdfunding money in the US from EU citizens without having a legal entity in EU, then, yes, it is a grey area.
    PhryOctagon7711ExcessionGdemami
  • Massive Theft from Circle of Two Lights Up the EVE Sky - EVE Online News


    Talonsin said:

    These guys don't realize how many people leave the game over stuff like this.  CCP and Eve are not doing particularly well as of late and the last thing they need is more players abandoning ship.



    Happenings like this usually result in a player influx, so I suspect CCP are quite contend with the situation.
    GdemamiAlomarKyleran
  • Star Citizen 3.0 - Refusing Refunds

    Kyleran said:

    People keep treating this as if they've "bought" something which is clearly not the case.

    In the EU they take TAX on the payment: Ergo its a purchase not a donation. No real debate needed. They are under full EU customer protection.
    Turrican187Gdemami
  • Warframe or Destiny 2 ?

    WarFrame. It will be around and developed on long after D2 is retired to make space for D3 in 1-2 years.
    kb4blu
  • Around the Verse - Serialized Variables - Star Citizen Videos - MMORPG.com

    I might have missed it, but that net code he talks about, is that the new net code that is going into 3.0, or is it for a later release?