Submitted by CriticallySane 723d ago | opinion piece

If Games Are So Buggy At Launch, Why Do We Keep Buying Them?

Critically Sane ponders the question of why we still buy games even though they are buggy and often don't even work at launch. (Diablo III, Industry, SimCity, Total War: Rome II)

OrangePowerz  +   723d ago
The amount of games that don't work is small.

As for why we buy games with bugs? Because often we don't get warned about that in reviews.

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