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Microsoft, you've had years to fix this.It's no longer excusable.
on July 15, 2016
Nothing against the seller, I even got it a day early.
Microsoft however... I got home from working a 12 hour day to find the game I wanted to play again. I immediately went and sat at my computer and installed the game (15-30 min install time (time varied as I installed it about 4 or 5 times), launched it, and couldn't get pass "verifying the release date". What in the name that is good is that? Google could tell you when it was released but apparently Microsoft can't. Spent an hour to an hour and a half trouble shooting on my own, trying stupid methods such as adding a file or just hitting "enter" when the release date fails. Nothing. I message tech support at around 1 AM. Tech support was good, no complains there either. She was patient at went through everything I tried as well as a few other methods. Got D*** all results even after 3-4 hours with tech support. So thanks Microsoft, for both stealing my money and robbing me of sleep that night.
TLDR: Microsoft screwed me out of money because they put an awesome game on the failed GFWL (Games for Windows Live) and refuse to fix it.