Activision Offering Refund for Wii Version of Guitar Hero III
Straight from the horse's mouth comes news that Activision is now offering a refund to those who bought the Wii version of Guitar Hero III and were upset about the mono audio issue.
Guitar Hero® III Wii Refund
We are committed to providing our customers with quality game experiences and apologize for any audio output issues you may have experienced with the Wii version of Guitar Hero® III: Legends of Rock. Activision has worked with Nintendo to re-master the game and provide a replacement disc to consumers with Dolby digital surround sound and other consumers experiencing audio issues. If you wish to receive a full refund on your purchase price instead of a replacement disc, please click here and download the refund form, which outlines our refund requirements.
However, if you wish to receive a replacement disc for the Wii version of Guitar Hero® III: Legends of Rock instead of a refund, please click here.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused and thank you for your continued support and patience.
I'm impressed that Activision is offering a refund after all this time. Kudos.
It's cool of them to make amends.
I think if more game developers gave refunds every time they missed a somewhat obvious flaw, maybe, just maybe, more of them would make sure those things are addressed properly before a release.
The fact that it's a sound problem in a game based largely on the sound, I do wonder how they missed that.
i'm thinking of money orders, i've done a lot of Ebay-ing with Americans, and i know there are two types of money orders... international from american post offices and american ones.... i think the american ones are pink and the international ones are green.
if its just a checque, it should be alright...
i wonder how the shipping will work.........
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I don't know... It seems like they're trying to take the easy way out. They don't even say what's wrong and it seems like they're trying to avoid a class-action suit. Seriously, how could you miss a game not even having stereo output? It seems like a battle of the wool and the pulling over of some people's eyes...