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    Asus faces EU probe for online price fixing

    Meanwhile Valve/Steam is under scrutiny for geo-blocking European sales regions.
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    Re: Asus faces EU probe for online price fixing

    So... Zenimax won't be holding onto the $500m they just won from Oculus, then?

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    Re: Asus faces EU probe for online price fixing

    Finally. Tired of trying to buy games from other EU members countries and to be automatically redirected to the one I am in. Effing scumbags...

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    Re: Asus faces EU probe for online price fixing

    It will be corrected...no more cheaper games in other countries...
    The more you live, less you die. More you play, more you die. Isn't it great.

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    Re: Asus faces EU probe for online price fixing

    Quote Originally Posted by darcotech View Post
    It will be corrected...no more cheaper games in other countries...
    And forget about sales there? HAHA right, russian market is way too big for corporate greed to ignore. They just wont block it the same they are now, probably doing something else, bypassing the rule.

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    Re: Asus faces EU probe for online price fixing

    Quote Originally Posted by aniilv View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by darcotech View Post
    It will be corrected...no more cheaper games in other countries...
    And forget about sales there? HAHA right, russian market is way too big for corporate greed to ignore. They just wont block it the same they are now, probably doing something else, bypassing the rule.

    Let's hope...anyway with Humble Bundle and other sites I am now at 50 games not even installed... :-(
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    Re: Asus faces EU probe for online price fixing

    Quote Originally Posted by aniilv View Post
    And forget about sales there? HAHA right, russian market is way too big for corporate greed to ignore. They just wont block it the same they are now, probably doing something else, bypassing the rule.
    Like...lock the game into the language for the market it was sold in.

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    Re: Asus faces EU probe for online price fixing

    Quote Originally Posted by BobF64 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by aniilv View Post
    And forget about sales there? HAHA right, russian market is way too big for corporate greed to ignore. They just wont block it the same they are now, probably doing something else, bypassing the rule.
    Like...lock the game into the language for the market it was sold in.
    That's a little harsh. A lot of immigrants may know the language but prefer to play a game or watch a movie in their mother tongue.

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    Re: Asus faces EU probe for online price fixing

    Quote Originally Posted by aniilv View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by darcotech View Post
    It will be corrected...no more cheaper games in other countries...
    And forget about sales there? HAHA right, russian market is way too big for corporate greed to ignore. They just wont block it the same they are now, probably doing something else, bypassing the rule.
    Since when was Russia in the EU?

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