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February 14, 2006

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Martin

Heya - long time lurker first time poster ;)

In my case and for some other people I know, the problem with eGames isn't really the price - it's trust. One of their titles crashed spectacularly on my father's machine because it had no network support installed at the time.

Why the need for a network connection? After investigation I found out it was for adware.. it was a pain to remove it all. Since then I stay far away from eGames boxes...

No idea if they still do it, but I'm just not willing to risk it.

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