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Don't post Combat Mission on Steam.

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15 minutes ago, Artkin said:

It's not your product. You purchased it but it does not belong to you. 

Errr what?  Someone might want to read the EULA if that is what you are referring to. 

Edited by sburke

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No there isn't. But I was upset comments on my profile all of a sudden were censored. So I went on the forums and complained in their suggestions that it be reversed or we at least be given the option. Then everyone proceeded to tell me to leave if I don't like it, it's their platform, none of the games actually belong to me. Apparently it's in the fine print @sburke

Don't post CM on Steam ever. 

Edited by Artkin

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27 minutes ago, Artkin said:

No there isn't. But I was upset comments on my profile all of a sudden were censored. So I went on the forums and complained in their suggestions that it be reversed or we at least be given the option. Then everyone proceeded to tell me to leave if I don't like it, it's their platform, none of the games actually belong to me. Apparently it's in the fine print @sburke

Don't post CM on Steam ever. 

Still unclear what this is all about.

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The EULA defines what you own about the game. Commenting about the game is not controlled by EULA, posting software about the game is.  So what exactly are you being censored for? 

 

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This License does not provide you with title to or ownership of the software program "Combat Mission: xxxxxx" (the "Software"), but only a right of limited use of the Software, and ownership of the media on which a copy of the Software is reproduced. The Software, including its source code, is, and shall remain, the property of Battlefront.com, Inc. You may make a copy of the Software solely for back-up purposes, provided that you reproduce all proprietary notices (e.g., copyright, trade secret, trademark) in the same form as in the original and retain possession of such back-up copy. The term "copy" as used in this License means any reproduction of the Software, in whole or in part, in any form whatsoever, including without limitation, print-outs on any legible material, duplication in memory devices of any type, and handwritten or oral duplication or reproduction. The manual may not be copied, photographed, reproduced, translated, or reduced to any electrical medium or machine-readable form, in whole or in part, without prior written consent from Battlefront.com, Inc.. All rights not specifically granted in this Agreement are reserved by Battlefront.com, Inc.
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So, your profile got reported, some Steam admin removed some offending content from your profile, and now you are all mad. What does this have to do with Combat Mission?

 

As for "not owning what you've paid for" any game or software activated online is beholden to said activation service, whether it is Microsoft's servers, Steam, or Battlefront. If any of them decide not to activate software you "own" you are up **** creek. Of course, I've never heard of any of them arbitrarily doing that, but I have been personally burnt buying SWAT 4 on Direct2Drive once upon a time. They lost the rights to SWAT 4 and suddenly my game no longer worked...

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Thats not what happened. I said your games dont belong to you. So you should never post CM on Steam. 

This all started when I messaged Steam support due to the censoring of comments on my profile. I wanted to read them. Theyre funny.

 

I bought Men of War on D2D a long time ago. Forgot about them. 

Edited by Artkin

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What in the h*ll are you talking about?

 

I went on Steam and then they said go away, and then some comments were deleted, then Combat Mission, then you don't own your games, then EULA stuff...then I passed the bong.

This is like a an acid trip where I didn't get any.

EDITED: Yes, I know, I mixed my drug metaphors but it seemed to fit into the gibberish theme this thread evokes.

EDITED: I do not condone drug use except on days ending with sunsets.

EDITED: I don't do drugs. I can barely do mornings.

Mord.

Edited by Mord

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You'd make a killing writing instruction manuals for Ikea.

 

LOL. Don't do what? WTF are you talking about?!

 

Mord.

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1 minute ago, Mord said:

You'd make a killing writing instruction manuals for Ikea.

 

LOL. Don't do what? WTF are you talking about?!

 

Mord.

you may have to revisit that not doing drugs thing if you want to understand this. 

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Alright round 3.

Forget the previous censorship comments.

 

When you buy a game on Steam it's not really "yours". They can do anything they want with it or your account at any time no questions asked. 

It just so happens that Steam staff/devs are getting progressively worse IMO. 

 

The topic of Steam was recently brought back to life. So I figured I'd share my enigmatic complaining in light of this. 

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Artkin, if this is how you speak in real life I would murder you after one conversation. LOL. I haven't been this confused since my proctologist sent me flowers and a Thank You card.

 

Mord.

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