If I go to walmart and purchase a tv in a box.
is walmart allowed to disable the remote and certian channels untill I made additional hidden payments? Are they allowed to say “You own the tv” “but it will not power on untill you make further payments”.
how is that any different than what capcom did.
They sold me a disc that was nothing more than share-ware limited demo product.
If your disc doesnt include the entire content of the disc. its share-ware.
if I had purchased sfxtek. and content on the disc was locked. soley for the purpose of charging me
additional fees to unlock them.
capcom even advertised characters, cody and guy specifically under the “SfxTek” title advertisement.
You cant put a picture of a 30 inch samsung television on a box.
charge someone in the store for said box.
then when they get home, tell them “you can not power on this tv untill you pay additional fees”.
you own the tv. we didnt say it will turn on.
even though our advertisement clearly showed a television that was powered on.
Game developers already get a free ride past the quality ‘satisfaction gaurenteed’ laws.
they can sh@# in the box and once you purchased it. no obligations, your @#$ out of luck.
If capcom thinks I will ever pay extra for trivial @#$ like BUFFS. they are mistaken.
im glad I didnt purchase sfXtek.
I rented it for 6 bucks. played it for a week, and wasnt too impressed to be honest.
that makes it all the easier to say “FU capcom” and refuse to purchase it.
Point of the thread.
How is it any different. to sell me a disc, then tell me the content on the disc I paid for wasnt included in the purchase cost.
how is that not illegal?
Capcom wont do that @#$ again, because it is illegal. they are lucky they got away with it without being sued.
They sold a disc and then told people “purchase not honored” “too bad suckers” "pay more for trivial @#$.