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Can I please have my copy of The Witcher 2 replaced with the real version?
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ReynardFox: Can I please have my copy of The Witcher 2 replaced with the real version?
Depends. You aren't the Aussie who is suing Subway are you?
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ReynardFox: Can I please have my copy of The Witcher 2 replaced with the real version?
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tinyE: Depends. You aren't the Aussie who is suing Subway are you?
lol what?
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tinyE: Depends. You aren't the Aussie who is suing Subway are you?
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ReynardFox: lol what?
http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/breaking-news/two-men-sue-subway-over-short-footlongs/story-fn3dxix6-1226560507842
Probably.
Two New Jersey men.

What does this have to do with my thread?
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ReynardFox: Two New Jersey men.

What does this have to do with my thread?
Oopsie, I just googled for "Australian sues Subway". My bad.

It was an attempt to answer a "lol what?" subquestion.
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ReynardFox: Two New Jersey men.

What does this have to do with my thread?
SHIT I'M SORRY! I thought they were from Australia, not just down there. My bad. Teach me to make a joke without researching it first. Somehow those guys being from Jersey doesn't make the story funny, only typical.
Heh, no worries guys.
Post edited January 25, 2013 by ReynardFox
Bump. I really would appreciate an answer on this from one of the GOG staff...
probably have better luck getting their attention contacting support
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ReynardFox: Can I please have my copy of The Witcher 2 replaced with the real version?
I second this request

Might have to ask CDPR first, though - I think they'd have to resubmit the game for classification before GOG can distribute the normal version here...

EDIT: ...or would that be Namco Bandai's responsibility? /cringe
Post edited January 26, 2013 by DreadMoth
Couldn't you have just set your region to the US and not have had this problem? I thought GOG made a big deal about that, you could pick any region to buy the game in.
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StingingVelvet: Couldn't you have just set your region to the US and not have had this problem? I thought GOG made a big deal about that, you could pick any region to buy the game in.
The region you were in when you made the purchase is the region your game stays in. I wish I'd known this before I bought it. Also, there was no censorship in the initial version that I bought on day one.
Post edited January 26, 2013 by ReynardFox
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StingingVelvet: Couldn't you have just set your region to the US and not have had this problem? I thought GOG made a big deal about that, you could pick any region to buy the game in.
No, they were forced to reimplement geo-ip by that court case they lost to Namco Bandai.
It would need to be re-submitted and re-classified first