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|Technology - Video Games|
|Monday, 06 August 2012 02:01|
Earlier this week we learned that Valve would change with an upgrade license to use Steam to prevent lawsuits. In return, the company offers users pay the cost of a single arbitration for any claim they want to present regardless of the verdict, provided the claim is less than $ 10,000.
These are the reasons offered by the company to implement the change:
In short or go through the hoop or lose everything you have invested money in Steam and those games where you spent your salary will no longer be yours. And that brings us back to reflect on the issue of digital downloads as the future of the industry. Because with the Steam message comes to say that we can buy a set with conditions, then they can arbitrarily decide to change them and if we disagree we lose the ability to play. Not you but I sounds pretty bad.
Leaving aside whether this time could really affect change, what matters is to understand that in the future, the company may change terms affecting most importantly our accounts and would have no way to defend against the change. Come on, do not even have the possibility of staying with games that have Steam but without subscription. Do you think that in the future be regulated more this sort of thing? Are they betting on the physical format or are following the trend to digital?