I agree with @video_game_king! It's your fault you buy broken games. Grow up and realize that video games are business, and business is booming. Capitalism, yay!
Thankfully we have someone like VGK to look out for the video game companies, when you consumers complain about the purchasing decisions you make, knowing full well you are buying a broken game!
I can't tell if you're agreeing with me or mocking me.
I'm mocking the previous user that didn't understand your sarcasm. I agree with you.
This is a really odd back and forth.
I'm not quite sure what yall are even saying at this point. ha. So is it good for people to be pre-ordering games that they know less and less about? Is it okay for companies to sell somewhat busted products and then fix them later? Aren't both kind of bad, self-perpetuating errors, as blindly buying what's broken continues to encourage companies to not take the extra time to make finished games?
It seems like with just about any system of creator and consumer, there's a snowball effect of poor judgment feeding on poor judgment.