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Following community displeasure at a confused description of Colin McRae Rally that released on Steam last month, Codemasters is offering slighted customers a full refund.

“At Codemasters, we care about our customers and pride ourselves on listening to our community,” reads Codemasters’ statement on the game’s Steam page. “We understand that some people who bought Colin McRae Rally on Steam are upset and feel that it isn’t the game they thought it would be.”

Colin McRae Rally launched on Steam for PC and Mac July 31 with a product description that stated “from the developers of the multi-million selling franchise and based on content from the 90% Metacritic rated Colin McRae Rally 2.0.″ Sadly, it turned out that it was not based on the 2000 PlayStation version, instead the 2013 mobile game. Those who wish to claim a refund can do so until August 19 and are instructed to visit their account transactions page where a “Refund” button for Colin McRae Rally is located.

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