I find it hilarious that you guys insult the site when your issue is with the review. That's like me saying oh "giant bomb, you're a piece of crap site" because I disagree with a review that one of the editors wrote.
Stupid. Ban people because they exploit a glitch? How about you fix your shit instead of banning people. Players make videos to show people how to do it so that the devs get off their asses and fix it. If only a handful of people know about it, then who cares.
I wouldn't like people making videos of how my product wasn't up to par either, but I wouldn't say "oh you paid for it and found a bug? Well I'm not gonna let you play it anymore." Customers are doing your job for you, assbag. Be thankful they are making it public and there isn't just a group of dickheads out there keeping it to themselves and ruining it for everyone without telling anybody.
Games being released glitchy are becoming an epidemic and the ridiculous "oh we'll fix it after launch" mentality that companies have nowadays is bullshit. How about I pay you half of the $70 now and half when the game is working properly? Don't like that idea? Well I don't like paying full price for a game I can't play properly because you didn't QA it well enough.
I agree with this. I went to check out Level 7 the other day. I went in looking for some NES games and was blown away by all the games they had for SMS, Genesis, PSX, SNES. I came away with a Genesis and Spider-Man for the grand whopping total of $25. Great place and will definitely be going back.
“EA has always been an advocate for telling the soldiers’ story. The new Medal of Honor follows that tradition. We felt it was important to tell the story of today’s war and today’s elite soldiers via today’s most relevant medium – videogames,” said Sean Decker, VP and General Manager of EALA. “We are so proud to bring together two powerhouse development teams to make this game a reality; EA Los Angeles and EA DICE. Medal of Honor promises to be an unforgettable entry in the modern shooter genre.”
Tune in to Spike TV’s 2009 Video Game Awards on Saturday, December 12 at 8pm PST for a world-premier first-look at Medal of Honor.