07/02/2013 02:04 AM
Posted by Philoi
By you agreeing that the company can do as they wish... you are effectively forfeiting your rights to take action against that company.
This is just blatantly false. I'm not saying you'll always win in a case against a large business, that's far from what I'm saying.. but what you said just isn't true. Certain laws will override other laws or contracts. Don't forget this. Although, readers. Do take this person's advice and read the contract and the code of conduct etc etc.. you folks should read them, they're interestingly but not surprisingly designed solely to protect Blizzard and basically nothing else.
Maybe the words I used were ill-suited for my argument.
Obviously, you still have your rights to litigation. Anyone can hire a lawyer, pay him/her $1000, and get them to file a lawsuit against a company.
By agreeing to an EULA and losing your rights to Blizzard, I meant agreeing to the EULA destroys your ability to beat them in court.
I can agree with everyone who is upset about the lack of team deathmatch and big multiplayer arenas. I'm not really interested in PvP, but it should have been there.
All I'm saying... is that there is nothing we can do about it. Should it be that way? No. But that's how it is.
The only thing that will ever work in this situation is a boycott. If the company has done wrong... DON'T. BUY. THEIR. !@#$. There are actually several games I've wanted to play that I didn't purchase, simply because I disagreed with the way the developer/publisher made/sold that game.
Hopefully all of the issues with this game are fixed in the future. Until then, play the game or don't, people.