G2A Fights Back

Game News: G2A Fights Back

Steam key reseller G2A has been in more trouble than usual with the gaming community after a partnership with Gearbox went south over demands about changes to the platform. But G2A's not going to take the criticism lying down. OH NO. They're going to stand up for it!

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  • EricHVela FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold always should think ahea

    1 month ago

    G2A's arguments about how they're already doing what was asked of them remind me of that video where it was argued that the Prequel Trilogy used more principle photography in the way of using technically more miniatures than the Original Trilogy... except that those miniatures were used to create CGI models, and using technically more on-location than sets... except that the studio sets were mostly green-screen and still the majority, and that some people actually loved Jar Jar... who were all small children in the example that they gave. A half-spoken truth is still not the truth, and yet, G2A claims that other people aren't telling the whole truth in the same breath that they omit the important factors related to their claims. They should be politicians: Always accusing others of what they, themselves, are doing as a defense to what they do.

  • Marhunter FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold pyro-enthusiast

    1 month ago

    Is G2A a US based company? cause if so I'm kind of shocked that almost every organization dealing with business practices hasn't decided to start going over them with a fine toothed comb for a number of reasons... and its starting to sound like assisting in fraudulent activity, willingly or other wise, is the least of those reasons.

  • huntergorh

    1 month ago

    It feels like the whole "fake news/you're lying" defense with no actual proof has gotten much more popular recently. It doesn't bode well for consumers, especially if the bigger players like Steam or the big three start using it to justify much more harmful decisions.