But yeah, they did mess up. I don't think it was intentional. And they did try to make right by it at first, but it got to a point they couldn't honor the glitch without hurting as a company so they are having to do this.
I'm kinda on the fence about this one, I managed to get skyrim out of that 28, that is more than enough for me as it was the only game I was really interested in and the amount more or less covered the budget assigned to it.
I truly hope it doesn't come to revoking keys, that would be too messy, but also I don't count on the rest of the keys to be provided, I don't see any intention at all of doing that.
Problem is, it doesn't matter what they do, if they do what you say they are doing to avoid hurting, yeah, they won't hurt economically, as much, yet, their reputation is pretty much gone, aside a few hard core fanbrats, not saying you are one btw, your statement sound pretty centered.
Also I don't see them recovering from this, I mean, if it had been a single one, maybe, but it has been one f****p after the other after the other on this month alone, and the way they have handled it, I mean, what good is it that tomorrow they offer COD Total Collection for 50 cents if there is literally no guarantee they won't remove stuff from your account at their own whim?
It's funny, I almost never want to backpedal any choice I make, but now it surely sounds like a good idea to have spent 25 on steam on a single game, the one I wanted, that 28 on a dubious site on a pack of games chances are I'm not getting ever. At this point in time, I just want things to remain as they are, to let it go, and never put my foot on that place, ever again.