If you bought Guitar Hero Live, Activision might refund your money

If you bought Guitar Hero Live in the US between December 1st, 2017 and January 1st, 2019, publisher Activision is offering to refund your money. The company launched a “voluntary refund program” earlier in February, around two months after it cut off access to the vast majority of Guitar Hero Live’s song library. Buyers have until May 1st to submit a claim, preferably with either a sales receipt or a credit card statement confirming the purchase. As Polygon notes, Activision launched this program soon after a lawsuit over false Guitar Hero Live advertising was dismissed. It doesn’t give an official reason for the refunds, but they’re almost certainly related to Activision shutting down Guitar Hero TV: Guitar Hero Live’s unique... Continue reading…

In response to lawsuit, Activision is offering refunds on Guitar Hero Live

It's been a rough couple of months for Activision. First, they lost Destiny after their break-up with Bungie, causing their stock to tumble. Then, Activision-Blizzard announced hundreds of layoffs, ...

Mon 11 Feb 19 from Techspot

Following lawsuit, Activision starts refund program for Guitar Hero Live

Move comes after December server shutdown cut off 90% of the game's music library.

Mon 11 Feb 19 from Arstechnica

Activision offers 'Guitar Hero Live' refunds after songs vanish

Activision appears to be learning a hard lesson about the risks of tying a music game to a subscription service. The publisher has launched a "voluntary refund program" for ...

Mon 11 Feb 19 from Engadget

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