Missing the product code factory sealed, and Warner Brothers WON"T help you!
C. D. Rowland, Amazon
24 July 2014
Summary: I purchased this game and it was factory sealed. When I opened it up and began to install it, I signed up for Steam (as required to even install the game) and was asked for a product code, but none was included. All that was included in the box were the three disks and an insert with the photo sensitivity seizures warning and the warranty info. No other booklet, and nothing with the product code on it whatsoever.
making them useless. If you contact their customer service you just ...
Shannon Boon, Amazon
23 July 2014
Summary: Consider yourself lucky if you can even get a game that comes with an activation code. WB actually released a huge amount of games with no codes included, making them useless. If you contact their customer service you just get a BS excuse of why they cant provide a code when it was their fault in the first place. Even if I could have gotten a code, I'm sure it would be an extremely disappointing game, lots of bugs and glitches from all the reviews it got.
Summary: I purchased this game new and it was unopened when I received it. When I put the disc in my computer to download it it asked for the pc key code. I looked through the whole box and I couldn't find it. I thought I may have dropped it but it was not anywhere on the floor around me. I looked at the game manual and called Warner Brothers game support. I told them that my new game I purchased was without a key code.
Summary: This game keeps on crashing and we have not been able to use it. It has been very frustrating and we don't seem to find the reason why it crashes on Windows. We get a message that windows will let us know when it figures out how to resolve this issue. It has been 3 days and this issue is not resolved. We would like to get our money back.
Summary: Have spent hours and hours of frustration trying to get through the game bosses who are too hard to beat. You need to be super coordinated to beat Deathstroke or Bane with the keyboard and mouse. Who designs these games? The teenagers may be having a great time (or so they say), but ordinary gamers will hate this frustrating game.
Summary: First of all, this POS game showed up with no activation code on the manual, and it took about a week for Warner Brothers to send me a code, after making me send them three photos of my receipt, game box, manual, screen shot of my amazon account, ect. Then I get to play it and it is a cruddy PC port of a console game which means you spend all your time pounding the left mouse button, then the right mouse button, then the left mouse button, then the middle mouse button -...