No, I never said that... please don't put words in other people's mouths to try to make a point. I am saying that if you want to play the game, there is no choice but to accept the EULA, because there is nothing you can do about it (cannot get a refund, etc). And it may be difficult to get a EULA ahead of time to read (who does things like this for a game? ) and understand everything some lawyer wrote. Your first point doesn't mean that the EULA you will be subjected to won't be altered while you are subjected to it either. The rest of your post appears to be alot of bashing towards me. Game EULA's hold no real power over a game player whatsoever according to actual law, so everything you just said about 'knowing legal reality' blah blah isn't necessarily true. Now, likewise, Steam DRM makes it so the EULA and Steam subscriber agreement are important, because the DRM gives them the ability to do things such as cancel your account, which does directly impact the consumer. So I don't know what you are get all argumentative and hating about. I will end the discussion here.