My Wife and I got a copy each of Borderlands 2 for XBox 360. I have since gone out and gotten the season pass, whereas, we have not for her. Since the DLC and new compatability pack have came out, she has been blocked out of her FREE content for Pre-Ordering, and has been locked down to System Link Only, on her game Log-In. Everytime she would start her game, she would receive the message that she needed to download the Compatability Pack. She has downloaded and re-downloaded the Pack repeatedly, to no avail.
I now have 2 questions to consider:
1; Isn't it illegal to violate a contractual sales agreement? The agreement here being that free content was offered and rewarded for Preordering the game, and Breached upon by the DLC / Compatability Pack! I can remember in the Prior version of Borderlands, when two people connected for co-op play, if one player had not received the newer content, it was marked "unavailable" to the player that did have the newer content, and co-op play was allowed.
2: If any response to an individual regarding this problem is told that they have to buy the Season pass, because they had not yet, to resolve their issue. Wouldn't that be considered Raqueteering, in a Federal Court of Law? Any response that requires an additional purchase to repair a previously working offer, that has now been interfered with, as the only viable solution, I find offensive and potentially in violation of the law!
I hope things can be resolved without the need of further actions by the public / purchaser to resolve this matter!