Neoseeker : News : EA adjusts Origin policy, allowing banned users to play offline
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Turtle Commando Apr 16, 12
Origin does something right for once?

Quick, everybody to the bomb shelter, apocalypse time.
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Lorx Apr 16, 12
Certainly better, but still terrible overall.
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BlackScythe Apr 16, 12
Why would I want to support a service that at ANY time thought it was ok to ban me from product that I PAID for because I disagreed with them or any other arbitrary reason.
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Turtle Commando Apr 16, 12
quote BlackScythe
Why would I want to support a service that at ANY time thought it was ok to ban me from product that I PAID for because I disagreed with them or any other arbitrary reason.
It's funny because Steam does this too...not as severe as Origin, but to the point where SPUF mods get abusive over it.
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Lorx Apr 16, 12
Steam won't remove you from online completely for being an idiot. Ban from forums is a ban from forums, VAC ban is a VAC ban, etc. It's not global.
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Grimdark Apr 17, 12
quote BlackScythe
Why would I want to support a service that at ANY time thought it was ok to ban me from product that I PAID for because I disagreed with them or any other arbitrary reason.
Because you agreed to the Terms of Service and broke one of those terms.
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BlackScythe Apr 17, 12
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quote BlackScythe
Why would I want to support a service that at ANY time thought it was ok to ban me from product that I PAID for because I disagreed with them or any other arbitrary reason.
Because you agreed to the Terms of Service and broke one of those terms.
Did you misread my post? I didn't ask "How" they did it, I asked why I would support a product that does so. Relevant to this comment I have never used Origin and have no intentions to because of issues like this.
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