Originally posted by Onesixty:
It was one thing back in the day, there was no internet, on Amiga I bought games and if they had a bug, didnt work for some reason or I didnt like the military balancing, it was too bad.
I do think people ask too much from the game makers sometimes, they seem to have lost the creative touch even after marketing and distributers restrict them only to have the public say i didnt like you chose red yellow green and blue as players colours.. Sometimes the game is what it is and take it or leave it..
But Ive seen some bad introductions of games- and in 25 years of being a paying customer, this goes down in my books as a doosey. Patch after patch with major issues still left while broadcasting a luncheon for the locals where the game was made "for testing NEW content".. yeah right..