I'm wondering if I could ask a video game related question and to get some advice and opinions from the people on here.
I recently purchased an Xbox 360 game on Amazon (who were selling from a 3rd party company).
The game was advertised as the full / proper game with a photo of the actual product (as you normally get). *I paid for it online via Amazon and the game was delivered to me today.
However, the game i was sent has a yellow printed banner on the disc cover which says: 'promotional copy not for resale'; there also does not appear to be a game manual within the game box as well.
Im wondering if anyone can shed some light on this by helping to answer the following questions:*
1) does anyone know what a 'promotional copy' of a video game is?
2) should this company actually be charging money to sell a 'promotional copy', if it specifically says on the front of the disc cover that it's 'not for resale'?*
3) the product in the Amazon website did not mention that I would be buying a promotional copy; I was certainly under the impression that I was buying the full retail version of the game; and I was expecting the item to contain the in-game manual, especially as I am buying it new.
4) do you think that based on these facts, I am more than entitled to get my money back?
I've not opened the game, I've kept it sealed just in case I can get the proper version of the game.
I've sent a message to the company that's selling it via Amazon but would rather obtain some opinions from you guys on here first, in case they start to defend their reason for sending a promotional copy of a game.
Thanks for reading, would appreciate some opinions.*
Recent purchase of Xbox 360 game - advice please
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