I put all my content into one directory then split into sub directories for movies, etc. I had issues in the past sharing folders but I mapped my shared directory to a network drive and it either showed up under NFS or SMB with no bother.
If the outcome of the ASA investigation is that Steam has to remove the current promotional material on the store page, is this not an admission that it was false advertising?
I fully intend to make another refund request if the investigation does not go in Steam's favour.
I've written a complaint to the ASA too. Also had no luck at all with Steam's useless CS. In my request I even included screenshots of users profiles who had played it more recently and for longer than me but they got their refund.
I'm thinking of writing in to the BBC Consumer Watchdog to...
I'm trying for the 2nd time for my refund. My response to their pre-scripted reply was to include screenshots of users with more more playtime than me who have had their game refunded.
It'll show up on their recent activity but not show in their list of games.
I've put in a polite Steam support ticket for a refund based on the Consumer Rights Act 2015. Tried the automated refund and it was declined last night. I've got 14 hours playtime.
I've played about 13 hours and I doubt I'll be playing it again anytime soon.
I got bored of going to different planets and finding the exact same buildings and things there.
This game is a yawnfest tech demo.
Tesco Bank have about six branches in the whole of the UK so it might be difficult going to one as the e-mail suggests.
Also that logo attempt is laughably bad. The font isn't even the same. :p
Seems scammers will just pick any old bank to try and copy.
Just got an e-mail tonight saying Ancestry will stop supporting Family Tree Maker next year.
Linking your account to the software might not work when they stop support. It'd be pretty useless without it.
I done mine and ended up finding out a lot! I tried to do the hard copy thing to show people but it didn't work out. Spreading from Ireland to Prussia!
The easiest option was to invite them to your ancestry family tree to view it (assuming you have one).