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Ninja Gaiden II Freezing Temporary Fix

"If you're one of the people experiencing the freezing problem in Ninja Gaiden II since the last title update was released, we have the temporary fix for you! According to a majority of the people having this problem, you can play Ninja Gaiden II without any problems by deleting your hard drive's cache and playing the game offline. It might take some time for Tecmo and Microsoft to come up with a patch, so this solution might help you.

By deleting your game cache in your hard drive, all of your game updates will be erased, forcing you to download them again the next time you sign into XBOX Live. Here's how to delete your game cache:..."

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slymaddox3326d ago

Sometimes I wonder if developers couldn't just fix issues with a patch would there be so many problems with todays games and consoles. It used to be that they had to get it right the first time or they were screwed.

Kyur4ThePain3326d ago (Edited 3326d ago )

I do believe that is the case.
I HATE the fact that devs are able to put out patches and updates and what not because, as you say, they can always fix their problems later. It's a curse, not a blessing.

mirroredderorrim3326d ago

I agree with your header 10,000,000,000,000,000- etc - %.

Filet of Children3326d ago

We shouldn't need a bloody temporary fix, we should have a game that works. For $60 a pop, this kind of thing shouldn't be a concern.

juuken3326d ago

...Are you *kidding* me?
They can't guarantee a full fix for the game?

Nice going Microsoft.

TheDeadMetalhead3326d ago (Edited 3326d ago )

I know I've said this before, but I'm gonna say it again. And I'll probably say it in the future:

If I paid $60 for a goddamn game, then I expect it to work! It's the same way with GTA IV and the 60 GB PS3!!

Game companies shouldn't get the chance to fix their mistakes. Nor should they need to (...Wow! Nor sounds awesome! I'm going to use that more from now on!^__^). If they tested this stuff adequately and wasn't in such a goddamn rush to release it, then it would save game developers and the gamers themselves a lot of problems!

It's ironic if you think about it: As the cost for games and game systems get higher, the quality gets lower. And that's just not right!

When did video games go from being about quality and giving gamers a good game to play to an excuse to make money?

Tawnokoi3326d ago

Does anyone know if any other games are affected by the update?

(If not, I wonder why it's only NG2...)

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