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  1. New GOG.com policy now allows users extended refund rights to their games, check out this new FAQ with all the details. Some excerpts: It looks as if this process is not fully automated and requires individual contact with GOG.com customer support. Interestingly there is no specified 'time limit' to how long a game can be played for before it can be refunded (unlike Steam which has an automated 2 hour gameplay limit before the refund requires support to intervene). Hopefully people won't abuse the generosity of GOG.com's policies.
  2. Unfortunately it's not store-wide and only applies to EA published games as detailed further in their policy: However it is still a far-reaching and generous move from EA, and a nice distinction from Steam's more obtuse returns policy (which appears to be 1 refund per customer). Does this mean that we can effectively demo any EA game on Origin without paying a penny? Click here to view the article
  3. Unfortunately it's not store-wide and only applies to EA published games as detailed further in their policy: However it is still a far-reaching and generous move from EA, and a nice distinction from Steam's more obtuse returns policy (which appears to be 1 refund per customer). Does this mean that we can effectively demo any EA game on Origin without paying a penny?
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