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Amazon.com Offering Full Refunds For Opened Copies of Mass Effect 3?

by on 03/20/2012
 

It’s being reported throughout the interwebs this morning that Amazon.com has been granting full refunds to customers not happy with Mass Effect 3. This long thread on the BioWare Social Site, users on those forums and twitter have been saying they have been given refunds for the game. The companies normal 30 day policy remains in effect for any returns of ME3, so if you are really that truly upset over the ending then you have 30 days from purchase to make the return of the game.

We are still waiting for an email back from Amazon about their policy on accepting open returns of the game. While we wait you can see one of our “investigative” techniques in action to see if this is in fact happening. Not 100% confirmed but does support the claims.

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  • 03/20/2012 at 4:31 pm

    Sure
    you can be pissed that it wasn’t what you wanted but you don’t see 13
    year old Twilight fans crying over the fact that Bella chose Edward over
    Jacob.

    Maybe that will put things in perspective for you.


    • 03/21/2012 at 12:46 pm

      Nah, you seem to be the one moaning. The majority of the dislikers give constructive critique  and doesn’t do personal attacks, like you do.


    • 03/27/2012 at 10:33 am

      It wasn’t so much that fans didn’t get what they wanted. It’s that a lot of things were promised that in the end weren’t delivered.That fact and added to it that anyone with common sense was looking at the ending with a ‘WTF just happened’ face because the ending made no sense at all caused a lot of angry fans. Especially since the fans know that the company can do ten times better and they feel like they are being cheated because the reall ending will probably come as DLC. They are pissed at the marketing strategy, not the way it actually ended.


      • 04/26/2012 at 1:56 am

        Are you really trying to imply that Bioware was the first company to do this?  Does the name Peter Molyneaux mean anything to you?  Promises every game to be this enchanting experience.  Give the man credit, he has big eyes.  Every game he has ever worked on, save B&W, was the same way, big promises and little actual working ideas.  Except no one seems to think he did bad things, only that he is a god among game creators.  Same thing with Bioware.  Some people think that the company is the best thing since sliced Nintendo, but most of the stories are not really all that compelling, just pretty good.  People need to get off their goddamn high horses on both the developer’s and gamer’s side.  So you spent 60 bucks on a game that didn’t end the way you wanted, go play a Nintendo game that has a ‘thank you for playing’ ending for a wake up call.


    • 04/11/2012 at 8:07 pm

       Are you really comparing pissed off Mass Effect fans who were promised a unique ending depending on their playstyle to a bunch of Team Jacob retards?


  • 05/24/2012 at 2:50 pm

    So, what keeps players from purchasing the game, using the key, then sending it back with that being their original intent? I admire Amazon’s customer support, but surely there are restrictions to the refund?


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