An opinion piece via EGMR in which the author looks at Assassin's Creed: Unity's post-release embargo and discusses why it's a bad practice that needs to be looked at.
Quote: "Remember that erring on the side of caution is not being negative, it’s being smart. You only lie to yourself when you defend bad business practices, and it’s not as if publishers are looking out for you or something. So please, do yourself a favour and stop that. And let’s pressure publishers into stopping this anti-consumer practice in its steps before it gets wholly out of line. Because I for one am tired of seeing this, and sure we get our Sunset Overdrives and our Call of Duty: Advanced Warfares but it’s just not enough to excuse nor justify all the other underwhelming games that gamers could, at the very least, have known about before committing to their purchases. "