Months anticipating the release of Monster Hunter: Iceborne all leading to a massive disappointment. The game wasn’t the problem, it was everything else.
Yeah, that sucks man. I once had a $60 game charged on my card, which I didn't purchase.I called up Sony and told them the situation. Because I didn't download or play it, they were able to reverse the purchase "just this once" they said, and put a 6 month purchase ban on my account. This is why we should: A. Never keep card details saved in our account B: Be thankful for return policies from GOG and Steam.
Now that's rough, buddy. It doesn't even make sense. They need to figure out their purchasing and return policies. You'd think they would have that down by now... Other platforms figured it out. Time for Sony to start taking notes.
You should get it right that this is a SONY owned company but PlayStation is its own company. So stop using SONY, PlayStation needs to address this not SONY. It sucks for you though
@jaycptza playstation is not it's own company. If so show me playstation on the stock market. You even contradict yourself a sony OWNED company but it is it's own company? Call customer service it doesnt say playstation customer service it says sony playstation. Look on your actual playstation it doesn't just say playstation says sony playstation
That sounds like someone stole your card info, or hacked your account. Hopefully you put a hold on your card as well after that.
I read this and came out thoroughly confused.
That's exactly how I felt going through it. Thoroughly confused. It broke is the best way to sum it up. A digital copy of Monster Hunter cannot be played on my PS4 and it's ripping me apart inside. All I want to do is hunt big monsters.
Is this gigaboxgames.com's first post? Never seen or heard anything from this site. I guess Monster Hunter means a lot to them on PS4.
Monster Hunter means a lot to a lot off people, not just PS4 users.
Pretty sure his PS4 got corrupted data somehow; It happens. Unfortunate, but hopefully rebuilding the database worked. Customer service at Sony should be able to see the error messages though, one would hope, and you should be able to send an email ticket as well, and if it's beyond their ability to fix, send to someone higher up. I don't think Sony messed up; I think you might have a corrupted OS, and perhaps the beginning of hard-drive failure.
I don't know how this website could publish this as an article, it's obviously the guy's hard drive that is failing or his OS that is corrupt, why would anyone write an article about that and call MHW:Iceborne a disaster ? Juste replace your hard drive for like 50$ and move on or even better, get an SSD or SSHD and you can call it an upgrade ;)
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