I agree with that, I plan to go full #piracy if it happened to me. (At least for the game I already owned there.) <br /><br /> Posted via <a href="https://d.buzz" data-link="promote-link">D.Buzz</a> @ahmadmangazap

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You can lose all your games for abandoning your account for too long or breaking loose 'rules'. @manniman

Yes, but not as much as before... I like the achievement system at least. Is there a specific part of the terms of service you hate? <br /><br /> Posted via <a href="https://d.buzz" data-link="promote-link">D.Buzz</a> @ahmadmangazap

This is part of Sega Genesis Classics Collection on Nintendo Switch, but the game is available on multiple systems including *PC, Xbox One & PS4:* https://store.steampowered.com/agecheck/app/34270/ <br /><br /> Posted via <a href="https://d.buzz" data-link="promote-link">D.Buzz</a> @ahmadmangazap

I lost ALL my games due to not using my account for 5 consecutive years. I will never understand such a policy. @manniman

Looks nice. In the game I mentioned the other day, only shadows and dark backgrounds. Sometimes I want to find and play nice games like this. But then I remember I had to read a book <br /><br /> Posted via <a href="https://d.buzz" data-link="promote-link">D.Buzz</a> @mehmetfix

Daily Gaming Screenshot: Shining Force The battles in Shining Force are quite long, but there's some level of visual variety that tries to make up for it. The same level has multiple terrains, each with its unique background. Screenshots below are from the same battle: https://imgur.com/eDvj0Iy.jpg https://imgur.com/U8rheV8.jpg https://imgur.com/Wr8MoRM.jpg #dailyscreenshots #retrogaming @ahmadmangazap

Wait?!!! ...Is there really a policy like this? Are you sure that's the main reason? 5 years is so little when you consider this as the punishment for it... Have you contacted the support when that happened? !PIZZA !LUV <br /><br /> Posted via <a href="https://d.buzz" data-link="promote-link">D.Buzz</a> @ahmadmangazap

Yes, fiction books develop our imagination and prevent brain laziness. There is a lot of research and experimentation on this subject. There are people who say that reading books even prevents Alzheimer disease. !PGM !LUV @mehmetfix

That's brutal... I'm glad that they're not allowed to do that anymore, but I guess you can't get your games back either way, huh? It's true, things (especially, bad stuff) tends to get forgotten pretty quickly by the internet, people remember but only talk about new news! !LUV <br /><br /> Posted via <a href="https://d.buzz" data-link="promote-link">D.Buzz</a> @ahmadmangazap

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