Black Ops II accidentally shipped with Mass Effect 2 disc

Matthew

TS Evangelist
If you plan to pick up Call of Duty: Black Ops II this week, you may want to rely on a digital service rather than a retail store. According to many users on Steam, Reddit, the Call of Duty forums...

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ikesmasher

TS Evangelist
*applauds packagers*

hey, they paid for what they thought was a good game, now they are getting an actual good game!
 

mccartercar

TS Booster
Im unsure on the matter, but is it not against Steam's TOS to do as advised and buy and register keys from foreign countries?
 

Ahmed90

TS Enthusiast
Im unsure on the matter, but is it not against Steam's TOS to do as advised and buy and register keys from foreign countries?
thy cant do anything about it specially in EU since its already legalized by thy law reselling such products are allowed

//ontopic Russian and Polish versions have the English option on steam but steam don't download the English language files

""Could not load default asset ?fonts/720/consolefont? for asset type ?font? - this issue appears to be related to users in Russia and Poland running their clients in English. Setting the game back to the correct language appears to resolve the issue.""
http://forums.steampowered.com/forums/showthread.php?t=3001693

so be careful wait for a fix before you buy
 

---agissi---

TechSpot Paladin
Also if your buying the game on a Russian VPN whats to stop them from sniffing all your data (Just as they will hello) and taking your key along with it. I dont use steam so Im unfamiliar with the process but if the key is sent through the VPN they have a copy of it, encrypted or not. Maybe thats why the website is called CDKeysHere?
 

Ahmed90

TS Enthusiast
Also if your buying the game on a Russian VPN whats to stop them from sniffing all your data (Just as they will hello) and taking your key along with it. I dont use steam so Im unfamiliar with the process but if the key is sent through the VPN they have a copy of it, encrypted or not. Maybe thats why the website is called CDKeysHere?
russian keys are allover the place you can use any VPN you like or anyway to get russian/ukrainian IP even if you gave your account info to a friend who live there its not an issue at all the key will be registered to your steam account and email so it is safe from CDkeyhere or any CD keys seller
 
G

Guest

This....this takes the cake of today's tech news.

"Buy one overrated game and get another overrated game inside!"
 
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Ahmed90

TS Enthusiast
Hum interesting.. I wonder why their games are $30 such as in this case whereas ours are $60.
as far as I know its because of some Russian law that sell at cheap prices that is affordable for our people or get out of our market
and its not 30$ the price even before release was as low as 20$ and some suppliers can go all the way to 14$