Court in Frankfurt He decided Cancel his judgment Regarding cash withdrawal restriction Nintendo eShop, a digital delivery site Big n, An epic that lasted 3 years came to an end.
The controversy began in 2018 Norway Consumer Rights Council and the German Consumer Protection Commission (VZBV for friends) sued for possession of a Japanese company Violated the rights of consumers Through its policies, the full amount of the game’s pre-order can be refunded up to 7 days prior to its issuance. The case was later transferred to a German court. Who defined these policies by protecting Nintendo’s lawyers legally.
However, VZBV was able to appeal and adjourn the hearing. In its indictment, VZBV states Pre-downloaded but inactive title has no value to the end user, Thus they are not valid Terms and Conditions By Nintendo. In light of these facts, the judge ruled that European rules for cash withdrawals could not be applied to digital games and asked for a review of Nintendo’s policies. The latter.
However, it is not yet clear whether these new rules will apply to Europe and other parts of the world.
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