That controversial policy held up in a German court, though its pending appeal, and takes away players right to cancel their buy in the lead up to launch. It also defines a pre order as a purchase in its own right, despite delivery coming after money is exchanged. Thomas Iversen the Norwegian Consumer Councils senior legal adviser, expressed the agencys frustration over the ruling to Digital Trends. It had sued Nintendo regarding its policy, alongside the German Consumer Protection...

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