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June 19th, 2012, 17:19
Well this is where the UK beats countries like Russia. In Russia, they would just say 3>1 case closed. I had hoped than in the UK they would say - BioWare said 16 endings, but with common sense, it looks like 3 with cosmetic sub-differences.

If I order a tea in Russia and they put one single leaf into the cup plus hot water, I have no rights. I ordered "tea" and I got "tea". Case closed. In the UK, they would say "he was technically served "tea" as per the strict, formal ingredients, but the cafe nevertheless ripped the customer off". Major disappointment in the 'Russian' way the ASA dealt with this. The UK legal-regulatory system is admired for its "substance over form" (common sense) approach.
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