SegmentNext - The most disappointing thing for a gamer – apart from a game being canceled – is his favorite game being delayed. Delays were always a part of our industry and there have been some painful experiences.
I accept delays, because I prefer a game to be complete instead of broken. We have dealt with a lot of broken games at release the past few years, and I look at delays as a good thing now days. Back in the day I wasn't happy about them, but now days it's a lot easier, because it at least says they might be fixing some problems before they finally release a game. That's how I feel anyways.
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