Chew on This, Gamers

Gamers, a EULA agreement may contain language you don’t like. If you scroll down the document, you’ll probably discover something disagreeable stuffed between painfully boring paragraphs of litigiousness. Guess what? It’s too late for you to disagree because you’ve already bought the game.

Do you really have a choice? No, you don’t. If the EULA terms were available before you bought the game, you may think differently of your purchase. But, it’s too late. So you’ll wind up staring at an “I Accept” button and having regrets. Go ahead and ask for your money back. Yeah, right.

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