I have news for you: video game retailers DO NOT accept opened box returns unless the game inside is defective. IE unreadable disc or something like that. They won't let you return it just because you don't like the game. In this day and age refunds should not be issued for people who don't like the game. There are plenty of resources to research and see if you'll enjoy a game first before buying it. Roguelikes aren't for you, that's cool, and I respect that, but I think you shouldn't have put your money out so quickly if you were on the fence as to rather you'd like it or not.
Really surprised a news reporter for a fan site would post this to be honest.
Yes it is news but its sheds a negative light on the game you are trying to drum up interest for going to have a horde of metacritic trolls submitting identical tickets.
^completely disagree, it shows that the company that makes the game care about the people playing it, even if they didn't enjoy it, and the person wasn't bashing the game in any way/shape/form, they just said it wasn't for them. Not everyone likes click to move, and that's okay. I see zero negitivity in this post.
I seriously wonder if that can be abused like having a gaming party overnight and immediately after that asking for a refund.
I'm planning to grab a copy when price drops, but my friends are too poor. I'm not trolling, a cleaner earns just over 200 euros every month and that's a full-time job so wtf No love for poor European countries