The smash-hit third-person shooter Splatoon 2 thrives on its fast-paced multiplayer battles. Now, Nintendo are changing the way you can set up online matches for your friends.
And they are still selling this game at full price. Nintendo always finds a way to screw customers smh.
Is there a written rule that says you have to drop the price of your games?
That's the worse argument ever... It is screwing customers or not selling a game that's essentially a online game without all its features intact for full price? Don't no one give a damn bout no written rule when they cry about game prices going up $10. But atleast those games you can get at lower prices pretty fast lol.
Worst excuse? That a company has a right to sell a game for whatever price they want to? It's not a need, which means you don't have to have it...so if you don't like the price, don't purchase it. If you just have to play it, there is gamefly, or purchasing it used. You got a problem with a company knowing it's market value.
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