BBC News: Wide-ranging glitches in the blockbuster video game Assassin's Creed: Unity have seen its publisher Ubisoft attacked by players, the press and its own investors. Shares in the firm dipped by as much as 12.8% after Tuesday's launch.
NAW? IS IT? Can we report articles for telling us stuff we've known for three days?
I think it is better that more people are away. Mainly the none hardcore gamers. The more people that are aware of their crap, the less sales they will get
This is BBC, they only report on game news to keep up with whats "cool"
This is nothing compare to Driveclub. At least we have a common front of people complaining about it. Instead of mouth frothing idiot I'm the thread pans doom article popping all over the place.
There working on fixing it. And it's been working fine for me. Online's a bit rough right now, but that's legit the only ish for me right now.
Man, I'm sorry but I can't understand what you're trying to say. If English isn't your first language, that's cool and all but I don't understand anything in that third sentence.
Yeah that sentence/whole comment was pretty rough. I guess i should have re-read it before posting. What i meant to say is that this game is not getting slammed/trolled like DriveClub did for being somewhat of a broken game. The third sentence was reference to a certain fanbase being overly concern about Dc even if it wasn't on their console.
Well at first they were being a bit arrogant about the whole thing so this kind of mainstream coverage needs to be brought to the forefront. I want a refund actually but I wasn't patient and preordered on PSN so that's my bad, but Ubisoft has definitely left a scar. Not talking a total boycott but I will be waiting a couple days after release to make the move on one of their games for now on. Luckily I didn't buy AC 3 or WatchD.
This needs more spotlight or else Ubisoft will continue to not care.
Haven't opened my copie yet...Just might exchange it for Dragon Age.
Do it. I belive DA will offer a better experiance.
exchange for GTAV you will get alot of fun out of it.
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