Warcraft 3, like many classic Blizzard Entertainment games, are beloved by PC gamers. So when it was announced that a remake was in development fans were excited. Now that it’s out Warcraft 3: Reforged has become another massive blemish on Blizzard’s once acclaimed reputation.

First off, the game’s updated cutscenes are not updated. IGN did a comparison video showing off the game’s teased cutscenes to what was available in the game. And it’s not good. If you though Aliens: Colonial Marines use of a vertical cut was bad Blizzard just topped it.

That’s not all, the game is apparently a bugged filled mess. With gamers going to Reddit and the Blizzard forums explaining they can’t get into a multiplayer match, access the single-player, and other problems. And those seeking a refund got another problem.

Apparently, Blizzard is refusing refunds. Going as far as to apparently ban anyone trying to help others obtain one. But things are even worse.

One of the best things about PC games is the community’s custom creations. With motivated and passionate fans creating custom mods and even games for other gamers to use or play. Most of the time these are free and those who create them just ask for credit for their work. But that’s not the case with Warcraft 3: Reforge. Blizzard claims all ownership of anything created using the game’s tools.

This is just 1 of many stumbles Blizzard Entertainment has caused. The list already contains the debut of Diablo Immortal during BlizzCon 2018’s keynote event and the banning of BlitzChung after supporting the Hong Kong protests.