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    At least they are ashamed, it was a disrespect for any PC user that bought the game.
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    This image confirm that my suspicions are correct. Ubisoft either don't have a clue or don't give a hoot about developing quality games that have longevity in their mp aspect. All they seem to care about is selling suckers as many initial copies at launch as possible, and then getting at least half of those suckers to purchase their dlc. The old rinse & repeat way of doing things... always promising the next game will be the best ever made, but never really delivering.

    I'm willing to bet that the next GRFS:Next will look amazing when the PR rolls out, but will be a another huge disappointment when the game is finally in the hands of gamers. The great news is that there are other options (indie & kickstarter games) that will be released by the time the next travesty GR games is released. Only then will the large publishers & devs be willing to listen to the community and release a quality product. By then it might be too late and gamers might become attached to these other games... I'm hoping anyways.
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    Anyway it is like they told, but that are not a gamers interest, also like selling counts on retailers nobody is interesting on. Don´t forget that many of the Gamers are Developers, too. And didn´t get the chance to make it big. They stumbled very early on inaccurate "images" of law and rights. It is their viewpoint from themselves ( right ) and they see everyone in this biz is taking the big mouth like this. I know there is somebody called " Bill Gates" ......
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    They are NOT in business to satisfy the customer. They are in business to make money. PERIOD. They MADE MONEY. (admittedly, not a lot, and they have LOST a lot of support from PC players who got the shaft.)

    Good job.
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    ****ing joke just like this title.

    Since June this year unplayable from one patch to the failed next patch.
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    Their definition of "Great Job" must be referencing the income this game made, not being a description of quality.

    They must be counting their money and laughing to all the poor suckers who bought this broken unfinished mess.
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    Originally Posted by karl1again Go to original post
    Their definition of "Great Job" must be referencing the income this game made, not being a description of quality.

    They must be counting their money and laughing to all the poor suckers who bought this broken unfinished mess.
    A Mod may appear here to say you are wrong, but people are made for their actions, not words, and in the past months, all they give us, words, empty little words, that we il "soon" see that doesnt mean anything, because we are the only ones that got screwed once again by a greedy company, that doesnt know the meaning of "HAVE WORD" or "PROMISE".

    YOU WANT RESPECT? RESPECT OTHERS, YOU WANT OUR MONEY? PLAY FAIR
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    Originally Posted by ablekill3r Go to original post
    I am surprised they are going to make another game. The sales were terrible, and who knows how many returns there was at retail stores. Just look at the number of active players on any platform at any time. I have seen indie games on steam with larger active player numbers.

    The DEVS did a terrible job.
    The sales were good what are you talking about? Best selling game of the GR series. If you are only talking about PC sales then disregard my comment.
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    ****ing **** people from Kiev. Only one thing i have after grfs port
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