Ralancian said:Multiplayer game based on popular FPS based on an IP in a massively popular universe. If this doesn't have server issues at launch (at the very best long lobby screens) I'll eat my hat (I don't own a hat).
You know, I can just imagine perfectly the right character in your avatar saying that as the girl in the background (EA) silently charges up her attack to mess you up.Elfgore said:Slow down, EA. Don't want to get to progressive when it comes to the basic consumer rights of releasing a working product.
yep, that's what i was gonna say. the game breaking bugs are the game you turned this into.Soviet Heavy said:I don't see why they're doing this, the game has gone wrong on several fundamental levels already.
For all the complaining I do about Nintendo that is one thing I will take my hat (if I wore one often) off to them over. Their games bloody work on day 1.MetalDooley said:Company declares "We won't release product if it's not ready to be released"...Says a lot about the current state of the industry that this is considered newsworthy.
Just another reason why I love Nintendo games.People can say what they want about their perceived lack of originality etc but at least their games are not released before they're finished.It's very rare for a first party Nintendo games to have any major bugs at launch
Consoles already have a refund policy, I take my copy of the game back to the store I bought it and demand a refund for the faulty product. One thing I like consoles over PC for, the fact it's less of a headache for a refund (until Origin, GoG and now Steam fixed this)Oly J said:Well...Origin does offer refunds I think, and now that Steam does too, I'd say it's only a matter of time before Consoles implement a refund policy just to avoid looking bad, and I think publishers suspect this. The time is coming when someone who bought a broken game can just return it and get their money back (should've been the standard from the get-go really but them's the breaks) Publishers hate that this is happening no doubt, it will probably do nothing for the lying and excuse-making for avoidable issues that DON'T break a game, but it should teach certain companies the value of customer satisfaction...at least I hope this is what's happening