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posted by Lars80 on - last edited - Viewed by 1.1K users

I dont expect a refund on episode 1, 2 and 3. But who do i talk to about a refund for episode 4 and 5 that i paid for, but is not yet released?
I dont need the refund, but its the only way i can state that i think this game is crap.

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  • @Xirsche said: Eh, to be fair, the PS3 version can be bought episode-by-episode as well.

    Didn't realize that.

  • Yeah, it's apparently only the PC version that requires full purchase instead of individual. Can't wait for Episode 4, the tension is so..well, tense!

  • You essentially paid for a subscription. This is no different than many of the VIP/Season Pass subscriptions that games like Call of Duty, Uncharted, etc have. If I paid $49.99 for CoD Elite and I do not like some of the content drops, I do not get a refund or partial refund. You paid for the full Season of the Walking Dead.

    As for your comment of "Telltale didn't deliver what they promised", how the hell do you know that? There are still two episodes left and many of the decisions you have made thus far could very well effect the outcome of the game.

    Regardless, you purchased a product that you knew damn well would be released episodically. Whether you enjoy the product is irrelevant.

  • haha life is a bitch!Read the fine print.This game is awsome.If this game makes you feel unpleasant then later in life you will struggle.Wait until you reach the age of 40`s then you will really bitch.Just like the bumper sticker says.:)

  • Lars, they're not going to give you your money back. That was apparent since they broke their promise of releasing a chapter every month. They got enough money from the season pass sales at this point that it doesn't matter if people stop buying individual chapters or pass on this game all together, they reached their sale goal.

    If you truly want satisfaction, the only option left to you now is going outside the box- report them to the BBB. Doesn't matter if it succeeds or not, you will at least get some satisfaction that way.

    And to the rest of you laughing it up and defending this game tooth and nail, you do realize that the choices of your actions shall have consequences for TTG in the end right? The last time gamers and a company laughed in the face of disgruntled customers with abandon one company was knocked offline for a long time and wound up paying more in the end money wise and apologizing in Japan like a humble b*tch while the CEO was replaced. The other other company that did that was voted "Worst Company in America" and lost most of it's stock value. While those two extremes may never happen to TTG, I can at least assure you that they shall lose out on word of mouth, future revenue, and have an increase in pirating of their games. So keep that in mind while you laugh at others and egg them on.

  • @EternallyBored said: And to the rest of you laughing it up and defending this game tooth and nail, you do realize that the choices of your actions shall have consequences for TTG in the end right? The last time gamers and a company laughed in the face of disgruntled customers with abandon one company was knocked offline for a long time and wound up paying more in the end money wise and apologizing in Japan like a humble b*tch while the CEO was replaced. The other other company that did that was voted "Worst Company in America" and lost most of it's stock value. While those two extremes may never happen to TTG, I can at least assure you that they shall lose out on word of mouth, future revenue, and have an increase in pirating of their games. So keep that in mind while you laugh at others and egg them on.

    Bla bla bla... Who in here is laughing it up?? All I saw were people telling him he was crazy in asking for a refund because he "didn't like it". He didn't say he was asking for a refund because of the delay which would be a WAY better excuse for a refund than "I don't like it".

    I don't think there can be one thread where someone doesn't jump in and have something to say about the delay. It's almost like the delay is truly the end of the world.

  • @EternallyBored said: That was apparent since they broke their promise of releasing a chapter every month.

    I must say I'm sick of the sight of seeing stuff like this. Monthly release was never promised, just planned. And plans change. Sound like some kid, "ooh but you promised" but they never promised. Argh!

  • @Lars80 said: I wanted what they promised me.
    A game where i make the decisions, and where my decisions make a difference. Neverwinter nights gave me more than the walking dead has. And that game is 10 years old.

    Keep comparing modern games to the games of the 90s (The Golden Age), bro-
    No faster way to stay bitter than that!

    I wish I had a link to the instant refunds, I can see this is going to be pages and pages of people trying to convert a person stuck on games that were made from a different era (when quality mattered) and he's gonna keep coming back to references to things that arent being done anymore in the industry that you cannot counter and it will continue until someone falls asleep at the k/b

  • @Xarne said: Keep comparing modern games to the games of the 90s (The Golden Age), bro-
    No faster way to stay bitter than that!

    I wish I had a link to the instant refunds, I can see this is going to be pages and pages of people trying to convert a person stuck on games that were made from a different era (when quality mattered) and he's gonna keep coming back to references to things that arent being done anymore in the industry that you cannot counter and it will continue until someone falls asleep at the k/b

    You should read the topic before you reply.
    This has nothing to do with 10 dollars. 10$ is just a symbolic figure i couldnt care less about. Could be 1 $ or 100 $. Still not make much of a difference to me. This has to do with telltale not delivering what they "planned". Id pay 50$ per episode if i thought the game was worth it.
    You can be their advocate thinking they will give you a goldwatch and a diploma. But guess what, they wont. ;)

    And you dont have to tell me i am the sucker. Because i know i am.
    I gave telltale my money, and i dont expect to get it back.
    Wont make the same mistake again. This is the last time i spend money on a game from them.

  • @Lars80 said: You should read the topic before you reply.
    This has nothing to do with 10 dollars. 10$ is just a symbolic figure i couldnt care less about. Could be 1 $ or 100 $. Still not make much of a difference to me. This has to do with telltale not delivering what they "planned". Id pay 50$ per episode if i thought the game was worth it.
    You can be their advocate thinking they will give you a goldwatch and a diploma. But guess what, they wont. ;)

    And you dont have to tell me i am the sucker. Because i know i am.
    I gave telltale my money, and i dont expect to get it back.
    Wont make the same mistake again. This is the last time i spend money on a game from them.

    you've changed your opening salvo to something much more simpler, how convenient. That was not your initial post, if you came here saying you werent happy and just wanted your money back; I wouldnt have responded.

    Gold watch;Diploma- Im a TTG lackey now because I told you to stop comparing NeverWinter Nights; a AAA title released like 20yrs ago to TWD an indie-produced $5 per ep game? C'mon champ, you're better than that.
    And I never said you were a sucker.

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