They do it in order to get people in the store to, ideally, buy things that they make more money on. On deals like this they're likely not making a ton of profit so it doesn't make sense to offer it for online purchase.
Make sure to turn the screen off when you aren’t using it. Also, keep all the burn-in reduction features turned on. Screen savers can help. Beyond that, I’m personally not going too crazy with worrying about burn-in for my CX.
New sets would have 0 hours. That low number either means something broke in the TV early on or, much more likely, the previous owner decided they didn't want the tv/couldn't keep it for whatever reason.
That would be a legit great idea, at least in bigger markets. But, they would have to drastically change how they handle trade-ins. They'd need stores big enough to allow them to test hardware and employees capable of doing it.
Even with it's original messy port, Nier: Automata was a better experience on PCs than consoles. That's the case with the majority of PC ports, even the ones that take a fairly lazy/simple route and just do a 1:1 port are going to be better on PC.
Not exactly. It's a brand new port developed by QLOC. Platinum developed the Steam version. The new port is also based on the Become As Gods Edition, which was an Xbox exclusive version of the game. QLOC also did a brand new port of Evil Within...
The VN was done by a different company. Paradox is taking the Games Workshop approach to the WoD license. Selling it to anyone with a half-way decent idea and not bothering to pay attention to the projects or try to maintain any kind of quality...