Wacky posted... First, you overpaid. Great game, but c'mon.
Second, delete the game. Clear your cache.
Third, redownload the game.
(following are obligatory and optional)
Well, I bought a 1600 points card so I actually spent 20 bucks to get it (along with the Walking Dead arcade game, so I'd say that's worth 20 bucks overall). But the amount isn't what matters to me. The point is that I paid money for a game that won't even play properly on my harddrive. And I already waited a few hours for it to download, looking forward to playing it again since I never got into the game very much in the past. Having to download it again is pretty ridiculous.
Iceman83 posted... Games on Demand. LOL. Really man?
Yes. You know, that thing where you can have a game on your harddrive so you don't have to deal with switching discs whenever you want to play it, especially when it's a used disc that might not even play well (and in this case, would likely be more expensive). Yeah, I sure made a terrible decision.
Price-wise it's probably the best way to go, but like I said, I was on the verge of getting SA the other night, but a little research proved that the GoD download has issues. I'd rather not pay the same for an 'acceptable' condition disc-- in my experience, 'acceptable' on Amazon means acceptable as a chew toy or a coaster.
Take the high road- give out all of your free damns right now. When you have no damns left to give, you'll be a happier person. --SquallWindblade