It's Sunday and I feel like a bit of R&R so I boot up the ole PC and choose a single player game to play, my choice.
It's created by a company who now uses Steam, because its using steam built in protection and steamworks features so if you have it on steam it needs to be on when you play. Fair enough.
I login into to Steam successfully and pass all their adverts which have no interest for me and start the game. I receive a message that this game is N/A please try later.
Where does it say in the contract that I can only play a single player game when you decide its okay?
Why do we put up with this, because we have no law to support us...