Tactical Marketing and False Advertising?
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Join Date: Sep 2012
02-11-2013, 11:32 AM
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So again, the mighty Cryptic fanbois think its alright to condone fraud. Honestly, I give up trying to get common sense out of people these days.
Of course, a warning outside of the TOS would be nice. Something on the description of the ship itself saying "this project is subject to change" but I guess you would argue you don't have to even do that.
Aside from the obvious "subject to change without notice" clauses in the EULA and TOS, the entire game has changed radically since it was launched. Most all MMOs do. You could attempt to make the same argument about the game as a whole not being what someone originally paid for.
You're also neglecting that certain items improve since they were originally added. You could never access a shuttlecraft or DOFF missions when interiors were introduced, now you can. You could never access Fleet Starbases before, now you can. Should Cryptic charge you more money for these when this happens? Or do you only expect refunds when you believe an item you bought was nerfed?
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