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Submitted by lightwarrior179 574d ago | opinion piece

Early Pre-Ordering: An Exercise in Futility

This isn’t a rant against the very concept of pre-ordering. However, this is a rant against games that open up pre-orders at the release of the slightest bit of information.

In the eye of the recent press-launch of the first details of Bungie’s ambitious Destiny, the company also announced that pre-orders were open. Naturally, Bungie’s weight holds great meaning to many and I am sure many rushed to pre-order. (Aliens: Colonial Marines, Bungie, Destiny, Industry, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

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