It’s troublesome because Valve is saying it has the right to changes the terms of service at any time.If the user choses to reject the new terms, Valve will not give the user the chance to continue using games purchased under the earlier terms.
Or maybe you need to see a terminal map to see where your airline's gate is.
i Fly helps passengers book their flights, arrive at the right time, park in the right place, get through security, and board their plane without delays, by being armed with the right information to make air travel less stressful.
This is, at least in the United States, entirely legal.
The only way to resolve a dispute is through binding arbitration with Valve.
I’ve heard fellow gamers speak in horrified whispers about this exact problem, but most assumed it would happen only after Steam was bought out by another company.
They haven’t been bought out, but those worst nightmares are coming true.
This gives Steam additional leverage to use against us when they change the terms of service.
The situation reminds me of the Penny Arcade cartoon that made fun of Microsoft’s subscription music service. So long as you don’t mind killing all your favorite games.
I don’t think anyone understood how important the Steam games service would become when it was released in 2003. Valve was a great game developer, but opening a digital game store was an entirely different business with different challenges. If a game is released only through Steam, I will not play it. Valve recently released new terms of service that deny users the right to a class action lawsuit.