What is humorous about the bundle is that you're able to buy all of the individual games of the bundle if you look at each of them, but they're preventing us from buying the bundle because of the DLC codes for some of the games not being available?
Why not let us just buy the bundle, get the games we can for now and then deal with the DLC later?
Seems silly to me.
I think this is the weakness (feature?) of Amazon's current system for dealing with bundles. Everything in the bundle has to be available or the entire bundle becomes unavailable. In addition, I'm guessing that Amazon's retail storefront doesn't do backorders - ie, it's not going to sell you something that Amazon doesn't have in inventory. That would mean a single inconsquential DLC running out will shut down the whole bundle. Seems silly, but it protects the retailer (Amazon) from customer complaints of non-delivery of product, which is far more serious than simply being out of stock. See what that did to Gamersgate.
(The disappearing key issue was different, of course. The product was sold and it was in our digital inventory, we just couldn't view it due to system congestion.
In other words, Tony Broke Amazon.