But is it really that broken? Their newest article on Skyrim claims the game has damaged their trust with Bethesda, also saying that the studio owes the world an explanation.
Is it really that big of a deal? A few glitches makes you want to bash one of the biggest game makers out there? Skyrim is great. Think about how massive this game is, theres honestly no way they could fix EVERYTHING before the release date. And even then The most common glitch I've noticed is that my face sometimes disappears when I put on certain gear. Big, freaking, deal. Bethesda has always sorted out the glitches pretty quickly after the release date. Its just such a massive game its hard to search EVERY corner of it until you actuall have a million people play it. Yeah sometimes the game files get corrupt but that happens in almost any game.
I just think its funny that something like this would damage someones faith in a company that makes amazing videogames, Yet they still remain 100% faithful to games who hardly change anything with a new $60 dollar release. (I won't point fingers, you know who you are!)
Has anyone REALLY had their dragon slaying gameplay ruined by a few bugs? Or do you agree that IGN has lost its mind in recent years.