I feel entitled to a refund of the money that I have paid since I signed up. This is clearly a breach of contract.
threads started to bash someone's views usually ends up in an argument about such views.
I feel you started this thread just to encourage more QQ and flame which directly contradicts "I try to stay out of nonsense like this"
Sorry, but people who are upset are right to be so - wouldnt doubt if Blizzard announces a large drop out of people from the AP in the Q1 reports.
Anyway I don't care about this but I hate to see bs...''when it goes live'' means what it means,when it friggin goes live you have acces.
I don't see the need to bs people or take them for idiots.
"Mr. Dent, you had ample time to prevent the destruction of your home, the plans to run a bypass through where your house resides have been on display for public viewing for 9 months now."
"You haven't gone much out of your way to call much attention to them, have you. Like TELLING anybody or anything?"
"But the plans WERE on display!"
"On Display!? I had to go down to the Cellar..."
"That's the display department."
"...with a Torch..."
"The lights probably gone"
"...so had the stairs..."
"but you did see the notice, didn't you?"
"Oh yes... it was on display in the bottom of a locked filing cabinet, stuck in a disused lavatory with a sign outside the door saying "Beware of the Leopard.""
They said we'd get access WHEN IT GOES LIVE. That is an instantaneous moment in time. They did not say we would have guaranteed access "while" it was live, but rather GET IT WHEN it was live. Call it semantics all you want, but this terminology has legal ramifications in other industries. Blizzard dropped the ball.
Sure to a pointed due to poor wording on their end there was a breach of contract, but the money paid was for the game, the contract you agreed to was game and access to the current title. All you can do is opt out of you binding agreement and not be stick paying for a year with any negative reprecussions.
I quoted the wrong person here, my post was a few up from this to the gay who said he should be refunded for the time he paid. Sorry for the mistake.
Secondly, Movie tickets have a time-stamp on them telling you which showing you are to see. It's plainly written on the ticket WHEN your showing starts. Annual Pass people have no such stamp or indication as to when their "turn" will be.
Using your theory, if I was handed a ticket I could look at it and say "Hey, this is for a month after the movie is released at 2am!? You told me it would be good for When the movie hits theaters!"