Finally some good news! I’ve been waiting for quite a while for such a ruling.

Edit: Seems this cites an article from 2012, I didn’t notice that (and it’s still news to me). Though there’s still hope that it’ll happen, EU is slow, but usually eventually gets shit done.

  • ADHDefy
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    Tbf, that’s not what happened with physical games. Idk why it would be any different for digital keys.

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          They’re saying physical games have wear and tear and are subject to people not knowing how to care for stuff. You don’t have any of that for digital purchases.

    • Gabagoolzoo
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      One is a physical collectable and the other is not. It’s like comparing an NFT to a Funko pop, there is a reason the latter never took off. If you think digital goods have value as collectables, then surely you also think NFTs have value as collectables? (The current NFT market would state otherwise…)