Default Prime writer Chris Stewart asks why gamers are treated like their spare time is a commodity and so are forced to spend ages waiting for games to install, update and load. Not all games are following this pattern though, as he discovers when he buys Rayman: Origins. Do you have an opinion on this? Please leave comments :)
"An amazing thing happened recently. I bought Rayman: Origins, put it in my PlayStation 3 and was playing the game in mere moments. It wasn’t until later that I realised something incredible had occurred; I didn’t have to wait to play the game. I thought back to my actions: I put the disc in the console, started the game and then played it. Nothing barged between me and my entertainment. No online passes fell out the case to force me into redeeming fiddly little codes to access features I already paid for. There was no patch to download. There was no install. Frankly, I was stunned. Then it occurred to me that I haven’t experienced that with my PS3 in an incredibly long time…"