Okay, so every state as far as I know has some sort of lemon law. Meaning if you sell a defective product, you can get your money back, superseding any return policies the store may have. So my question is...what is the point that you can call a video game a defective product? A friend of mine tried returning Fallout New Vegas for a refund, but Gamestop refused because the game was already opened. With as many glitches as the game has, I am surprised that the game hasn't been recalled altogether. What are your thoughts on the issue? When can a game be called defective?