What's with Gamers and Their Sense of Entitlement?

A response to those who think game developers somehow "owe" them something.

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Horny Melon3840d ago (Edited 3840d ago )

Because "I PAY FOR THE FREAKIN GAMES!!!!!" The day a developer wants to give a game to me for free is the day I won't feel entitled. Otherwise the developer is the stripper. I got the $1,$5,$10 and they're going to shake their @$$ the way I tell them to shake it.

jackdoe3840d ago

I agree. When I pay $60, I expect my game to work and when it doesn't, I get pissed. I'm looking at you IW and CoD 4 online!

Lord Vader3840d ago (Edited 3840d ago )

Edit for Rhezin:

Shake it baby, Shake it !

Rhezin3840d ago

what horny melon said

CurlUpAndDie3840d ago

yes thet owe us something, thats for damn sure. we pay $60 bucks for a game, it better be T-Tits Camero.

-EvoAnubis-3840d ago

Exactly. If I'm supposed to be spending $60 on these things they better make damn sure that it's worth it. We're the consumers. We're the ones who make sure these guys are still in business. You're damn right we have a sense of entitlement.

Having said that, at times some people can take it too far, and nitpick over the smallest things. It's impossible to please all of the people all of the time. But when a game is released with noticeable glitches, unresponsive controls, and shoddy gameplay; yeah, that's when I start getting pissed off.

PS360WII3840d ago

This article is so right and it has a lot to do with people and the fear of change. Gamers want progress but it better be the same...

Horny Melon3840d ago (Edited 3840d ago )

gamers want progress, marketers want it the same, lowers risk. They just work under the delusion that the market is shaped only by the consumer.

Gamers want change that's why skate is the new tony hawk, and why titan quest is not the new diablo.

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