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Nintendo fans in Europe got some bad news this week. A new court ruling sided with Nintendo’s ongoing practice to not let users cancel digital preorders (via Nintendo Everything).
According to Norwegian gaming site PressFire, the consumer authorities of Norway and Germany sued Nintendo for not letting users cancel digital preorders purchased from the eShop. The case went to court at the end of last year. This week, the court ruled in favor of Nintendo, meaning it can continue the practice for now. PressFire reports that the German consumer authority has appealed the ruling.
When the Norwegian Consumer Council first formally criticized Nintendo’s policy in 2018, it said that Nintendo’s policy conflicts with the EU’s Consumer Rights…tech, The Verge, The Verge - All Posts